THI’s Playoff Special Game Five: Quick comes up huge to return series to L.A.

The Kings are heading home for a Game Six, after Jonathan Quick and the Kings beat the Sharks. And while my excitement level is peaked, Jesse’s right there to tether me back to reality.

Game Five was a record-setting performance for Quick, who set a franchise record for saves in a playoff game. We talk about Quick and how he erased any doubt who the number one goalie is. We also take a look at whether the Sharks now might have a goaltender controversy between Antii Neimi and Antero Niittymaki.

We also have some praise for the offense, especially the Wolfman Line, and wonder why they were given the short end of the stick in ice time when it’s clear they are the best line for either team. We also flip it on its head and take a look at why the defense is struggling, especially with players like Drew Doughty.

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