The Kings played miraculous hockey throughout the entirety of the NHL Playoffs and were dominant once again on Monday night, taking home their first championship in franchise history.
Jonathan Quick made 16 saves and helped lead the Kings to a 6-1 victory over the New Jersey Devils, after a hard-fought battle between the two clubs in Games 4 and 5.
Jeff Carter scored a pair of goals to help extend the Kings lead and ultimately hoist the Cup.
Up 4-1 with under four minutes remaining, Trevor Lewis scored on an empty net and but 15 seconds later Matt Greene threw another one past an unsuspecting Martin Brodeur to cap off a historic Playoff run.
The Kings players appeared giddy after finally locking up the win and were overjoyed to finally hoist the Cup.