Both the Pittsburgh Penguins and Los Angeles Kings are one win away from advancing to the conference finals of this year's Stanley Cup Playoffs. If they wind up meeting in the Final, the Penguins and Kings would present one of the biggest contrasts in style we've seen in years.
The Penguins enter this weekend's action leading all teams in playoff scoring. They piled up 25 goals while beating the New York Islanders in six games to win their Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series, and scored 16 more while winning three of the first four against the Ottawa Senators in their second-round series.
Pittsburgh is averaging 4.1 goals per game; only the Boston Bruins (3.22) and Senators (3.18) are above three goals per game.