One of the biggest Cinderella stories in the history of the NHL continues Tuesday night.
The Kings look to take a 2-0 series lead over the Coyotes as the two teams do battle in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals.
The two teams are set to face off at 9 p.m. ET at the Jobing.com Arena in Arizona. You can watch all the action on the NBC Sports Network. If you can't get to a television, you can watch the live stream online here.
Despite being the eighth seed in the conference, Los Angeles in just the three wins away from reaching the Stanley Cup Finals. They beat the Canucks and the Blues in the first two rounds
Being on the road won't faze the Kings. L.A. is undefeated away Staples Center in the postseason, winning all six of their games on the road.
The Kings haven't had trouble scoring in the playoffs, despite finishing 29th in goals per game during the regular season. They put in four goals in their Game 1 victory.
Phoenix, the third seed in the West, will look to slow down Dustin Brown. He's put in seven goals in the postseason. Mike Smith was among the best goaltenders in the NHL during the regular season, saving 93 percent of the shots that came his way.
The Coyotes are not a team with a lot of star power. Their leading scorer, Radim Vrbata, was the only player on the team to finish in the top 50 in goals scored.
Los Angeles is favored to win Game 2 at most sportsbooks, with their odds being set at minus 125.