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An illustrated guide to LA Kings, NJ Devils and 2012 Stanley Cup Final (INFOGRAPHIC)

Greg Wyshynski
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The Stanley Cup has been raised by the champs. The lockers have been cleaned out by the runners-up. The last flip-flopped player has departed from the Staples Center party.

The Los Angeles Kings and New Jersey Devils closed out the 2011-12 season with a Stanley Cup Final that finished a little better than it started. Puck Daddy infographic ace Dan Gustafson of SixteenWins.com looks back at how the Cup was won, in handy illustrated form:

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(Dan will be working with Puck Daddy on creating some whimsical and informative NHL graphics throughout the season. If you have any requests, email us at puckdaddyblog@yahoo.com. Visit Dan at Sixteen Wins and follow him on Twitter here.)

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