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01-09-2014, 03:48 PM
Join Date: Feb 2004
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The Kings were also first overall in goals for after the Carter trade; so they had an acquisition that changed their team in a big way. The early season offense that largely generated those stats wasn't the same offense that won the Cup.
Carter only played 15 or so regular season games for the Kings and scored 6 goals, I think. The Kings were a black hole on offense in 2011/12 that happened to get hot at the right time, have a hot goalie and get some favourable match-ups along the way to the Cup (Vancouver, St. Louis, Phoenix, New Jersey is about as great a run as you can get).
Edit: The Kings also scored 63 goals in 21 games after the Carter acquisition; I can't believe that led the league.
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