VIDEO: Los Angeles Kings react to Game 1 OT win

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It may not have been pretty, but the Los Angeles Kings found a way to win the opening game of the 2012 Stanley Cup final in Newark on the strength of Anze Kopitar’s breakaway winner. Neither team was happy with their overall play and found the ice conditions challenging.

Ken Campbell caught up with several Kings following the game to get their reactions to the overtime victory.

REPORTER: Ken Campbell | PRODUCTION ASSISTANT: Alan Bass | PRODUCER: Ted Cooper

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