The Los Angeles Kings will look for a second straight road victory in the Western Conference final on Tuesday night as they play in Phoenix against the Coyotes in the second game of the series.
The Kings pulled out a 4-2 win for their supporters on the NHL lines in Game 1 of the best-of-seven set on Sunday night, with Dustin Brown scoring the winner and Jonathan Quick making 25 stops.
The Kings remained perfect on the road in the playoffs so far, making them an intriguing road underdog.
The Kings will try to spoil to the party on Tuesday; they are 40-27-15 this season, while the Coyotes are 42-27-13. Los Angeles is 23-43-16 on the totals; Phoenix is 30-39-13.