What’s left to say about these Los Angeles Kings?

We’ve discussed their post-season dominance for weeks already. We’ve compared them to dominating post-season teams of years gone by. Some of us have debated the fact that despite their seeding (No. 8 in the West), they are far from a traditional “underdog” or upset story. Others have embraced the whole “eighth seed” thing.

We’ve talked about Darryl Sutter’s coaching job. We’ve talked about players like Dustin Brown, Drew Doughty, Anze Kopitar and others. We’ve obviously talked about Jonathan Quick, who is enjoying one of the best playoff goaltending performances ever.

So on Monday night, as I watched the Kings outskate and outwork the Devils to every puck despite being up 4-0 in the game and about to take a commanding 3-0 lead in the series, I realized that I had nothing left to say about this team, and I’m assuming others are reaching that point, too.

That’s not meant as a knock on the Kings at all. In fact, the truth is that they’ve simply been “too good” to leave us with much discussion. It’s pretty much inevitable now. The best team in the National Hockey League is on the verge of being crowned champions.

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