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Los Angeles Kings: 4 Reasons They Are the Best 8th Seed in NHL History

After a historic run through the 2012 Stanley Cup playoffs, the Los Angeles Kings have climbed the mountain to be crowned the NHL's best by defeating the New Jersey Devils in Game 6 to capture the franchise's first Stanley Cup since entering the league in 1967. All of the Kings' accomplishments were as an eighth seed out of the Western Conference. They were not a division winner or even in the upper echelon of the conference during the season.
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