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The biggest goals from Kings’ Stanley Cup run

Vancouver Canucks v Los Angeles Kings

LOS ANGELES, CA - DECEMBER 31: Manny Malhotra #27 of the Vancouver Canucks hangs his head on the way to the bench as Willie Mitchell #33, Dustin Penner #25, Slava Voynov #26 and Justin Williams #14 celebrate Williams’s third-period goal during the NHL game at Staples Center on December 31, 2011 in Los Angeles, California. The Kings defeated the Canucks 4-1. (Photo by Victor Decolongon/Getty Images)

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Los Angeles Kings fans suffered a long time to get to tonight. Some particularly sturdy ones have been there with the team since it was founded way back in 1967.

Chances are, though, that all of them will savor every memory from an impressive 16-4 run through the playoffs.

That said, we’d guess that these five goals rank as the most “iconic.”

April 22: Jarret Stoll eliminates the Vancouver Canucks in OT.

May 22: Dustin Penner knocks the Phoenix Coyotes out of the playoffs - also in overtime.

May 30: Anze Kopitar fools Martin Brodeur on the breakaway in Game 1 to win it in OT.

June 2: Jeff Carter generates sudden death for the New Jersey Devils in Game 2:

June 11: Carter, Dustin Brown and Trevor Lewis score three goals during major penalty in Game 6: