The Stanley Cup playoffs are over and the Los Angeles Kings are one win away from becoming the first team to advance to the Stanley Cup finals in eight seasons.
The Kings, who are in the midst of their fifth consecutive Stanley Cup playoff appearance, advanced to the Western Conference Final against the Pittsburgh Penguins.
They will face the Edmonton Oilers in the second round on Tuesday.
Here is a look at how the playoff games played out.1:15 p.m.
Kings have to win Game 7 to make it to the Finals: Kings coach Darryl Sutter said the Kings will have to beat the defending Stanley Cup champion, Pittsburgh Penguins, to get into the second Round.
He added that he doesn’t think the Kings are likely to make the playoffs if they lose Game 7.
The series is tied 2-2.
Sutter, who also coached the Detroit Red Wings to the Cup last season, said he doesn´t expect the Kings to make playoffs this year.
But if the Kings do not advance, they will be eliminated from playoff contention and possibly lose a game.
The Penguins have won six straight Stanley Cup Finals games: The Pittsburgh Penguins have not lost a game in their last seven games.
The last time they lost consecutive games in the playoffs was on Dec. 4, 1996.
Pittsburgh beat the Detroit Wings 4-1.
They were the last team to defeat the New York Islanders in the Stanley Cups final.
Penguins will have no shot to make Final: Penguins coach Mike Sullivan said he didn´t think the Penguins would make it past the first round.
However, he said he thought they had a shot to win it all if they win Game 6.
They are coming off back-to-back games against the Capitals, the last time the Penguins won both.
Penguins are in position to make playoff: The Penguins had the best chance to win the Cup when they won the 2003 Stanley Cup with a 2-1 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs.
They have a chance to do it again this year with a victory in Game 7 or a tiebreaker if they tie the series.
Penguins goaltender Ben Bishop had a goal and an assist in Game 6 and will get the start in Game 5 against the Edmonton Ducks.
Kings are the only team that could advance in Round 1: The Chicago Blackhawks have the best shot at advancing in Round One, according to Sports Illustrated.
The Blackhawks are the team with the best record in the Eastern Conference.
Chicago will play the Columbus Blue Jackets in the first-round, and the Blackhawks will play Montreal in the third-round.
The first round of the playoffs will be played Thursday.