Dustin Brown’s 2 shorthanded goals help Los Angeles Kings crown Vancouver Canucks

The Los Angeles Kings defeated the Vancouver Canucks 4-2 on Friday night to take a 2-0 lead in the series. Dustin Brown had 2 shorthanded goals and also tallied an assist. Brown would tie an NHL playoff record with 2 short-handed goals in a game. He would become the 13th player to score 2 short-handed goals in a playoff game. John Madden was the last person to score 2 short-handed goals, which he did it in 2006. Trevor Lewis and Jarret Stoll also scored for the Kings. For the Canucks, Jannik Hansen and Samuel Pahlsson scored. Jonathan Quick is showing why he should win the Vezina Trophy this year. He had a excellent game, stopping a whopping 46 shots out of 48. Roberto Luongo stopped 22 out of 26 shots. Keith Ballard returned to action for the Canucks since suffering from a concussion in early February. He picked up as assist tonight. Daniel Sedin once again did not play due to a concussion. Let’s hope he gets better soon because the Canucks really miss him. I got questions for you viewers. Do you think the Canucks will come back and win the series after losing their 2 home games against the Kings? In my opinion, I think the Canucks are going to lose this series and they don’t have that hunger like they did in the regular season. Also, what do you think the Canucks need to do to get back in the series? In my opinion, I think the Canucks need to play with the hunger like they did in the regular season and they must eliminate mistakes that they make and they must also capitalize on the Kings mistakes. Do you think the Canucks should start Schneider or Luongo in Game 3 on Sunday? I think the Canucks should start Schneider because I think that why not take a gamble when you’re down 2-0 in the series. If the Canucks can’t beat the Kings at home, then it’s going to be harder to beat them in Los Angeles.