For the second time in franchise history, the Kings came back from an 0-2 series deficit to win in six. For the second time in a calendar year, Dustin Penner scored a series-clinching goal that no Kings fan will forget. The Kings extend their consecutive playoff series winning streak to five. Jonathan Quick stole 99.9% of game one, and then gave it back — call it a wash. His playoff performance last year has earned him a few coupons anyway. Justin Williams single-handedly (well, not really, but superlatively in any case) with a tip and a diving poke check, kept the Kings from going down an almost certainly insurmountable 0-3 in the series. Jeff Carter scored very timely Carter-esque goals (would it be weird to retire a Scott Howson jersey at Staples? Probably, yeah.) Dustin Brown drilled his own head into the post on a breakaway. Jake Muzzin played like a veteran. Robyn Regehr made me nervous but was still big and mean — you know what, he is kind of Matt Greene Jr.. Trevor Lewis was a tenacious, speedy fore-checking back-checking machine. Tyler Toffoli took some shots and studied Jeff Carter. The Blues were a really, really good team and now they’re done. The didn’t have a shot on goal in the last almost five minutes of the game. Darryl Sutter said Dustin Penner “just matched his regular season.” No kidding. Next up, it’s the Sharks or the Ducks. T.H.E.D.U.C.K.S. Sweet fancy Moses.