First Goal Contest – Rangers at Devils, Game 6 ECF

While the Kings practiced for the first time today in anticipation of the Stanley Cup Finals, their opponent has yet to be decided. If The New Jersey Devils win tonight, they’ll take on Los Angeles. If the Rangers win, the Eastern Conference Finals will conclude on Sunday with a dramatic Game 7…

Along with the action in New Jersey tonight, our special edition of the First Goal Contest continues to roll right along (original article here). As previously announced, one lucky reader is going to win their choice of a team signed LA Kings stick or jersey at the end of the playoffs! If you’re interested, it’s pretty simple to play – each morning we’ll post the teams playing that particular day and you need to guess who will score the first goal of the game. To make things a little easier, you can even take a player from BOTH teams. For example, here’s what an entry would look like for tonight’s game:

NY Rangers (Richards) at New Jersey (Parise)

Please note that the maximum number of correct entries today would be one, as you’re trying to guess the first goal in the game – not for each team.

To see the most updated leaderboard, click here.

Please place your entry below.

Good luck!

Recent Articles

This Date in LA Kings History: October 25

On October 25, 2002, Adam Deadmarsh scored his only hat trick in an @LAKings’ uniform against the New York Rangers. Alexander Frolov scored his first career goal, and Jason Allison recorded three assists in a 6-2 win at Madison Square Garden.#LAKings #GoKingsGo pic.twitter.com/pG7jOCBQKI
— The Kingstorian (@Kingstorian) October 25, 2020

Follow @MayorsManor
//
Note to webmasters/reporters: When recapping […]

This Date in LA Kings History: October 24

On October 24, 1982, the @LAKings acquired Terry Ruskowski from Chicago for Larry Goodenough and a third round pick (Trent Yawney). Ruskowski, who served as team captain for two seasons, scored 125 points and had 360 penalty minutes in 226 games with the #LAKings.#GoKingsGo pic.twitter.com/i3lYUh77uB
— The Kingstorian (@Kingstorian) October 24, 2020

On October 24, 1984, the […]

This Date in LA Kings History: October 23

On October 23, 1979, Marcel Dionne scored four goals and Triple Crown linemates Charlie Simmer and Dave Taylor combined to score four points in the @LAKings' 7-4 win against the Colorado Rockies.#LAKings #GoKingsGo pic.twitter.com/LaCuCPdjnb
— The Kingstorian (@Kingstorian) October 23, 2020

On October 23, 2000, Ziggy Palffy scored his league leading eighth goal of the season in […]

Major News Items

Anatomy of a Draft Pick – How the Kings Decided on Byfield

It seems that nearly every year there is a debate among two players either at or near the top of the NHL Draft board. This year was no exception, with Quinton Byfield vs. Tim Stuetzle being a common theme among … [Read More...]

More Prospect News

About John Hoven

John Hoven is a member of the of the Professional Hockey Writers Association and co-hosts Kings of the Podcast. He is also the founder and editor of MayorsManor.com, which has been named Best Sports Blog in Los Angeles by LA Weekly and Hockey Blog of the Year by Yahoo Sports. Click "ABOUT OUR TEAM" above for a full bio.

Comments

  1. NY Rangers (Boyle) at New Jersey (Parise)

  2. Vinnie Girardi says

    Kovy for NJD and Callahan for NYR

  3. Brien Biggs says

    Zach Parise

  4. Anthony Flores says

    New York (Gaborik) at New Jersey (Elias)

  5. Rangers (Gaborik) at New Jersey (Kovalchuk)

  6. NY Rangers (Richards) at New Jersey (Kovalchuk)

  7. NYR(Callahan) – NJD(Parise)

  8. Going with the captains!
    NYR (Callahan) at NJD (Parise)

  9. NY Rangers (Callahan) at New Jersey (Kovalchuk)

  10. NJ – Carter; NYR – None

  11. NYR (Prust) at NJ (Parise)

  12. NYR-Gaborik. Njd-Clarkson

  13. New Jersey (Zajac) vs New York (Gaborik)

  14. S Cordova says

    NYR (HAGELIN) NJ (PARISE)

  15. NY Rangers (Boyle) at New Jersey (Elias)

  16. NY Rangers (Richards) at New Jersey (Parise)

  17. colo king fan says

    NY (Callahan) at NJ (Kovalchuk)