April 20, 2014; San Jose, CA, USA; San Jose Sharks left wing Raffi Torres (13) is congratulated for scoring a goal against the Los Angeles Kings during the second period in game two of the first round of the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs at SAP Center at San Jose. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

NHL Playoffs 2014, Kings vs. Sharks final score: San Jose blows out Los Angeles 7-2

The San Jose Sharks are probably the most consistently picked team to come out of the Western Conference each year but they never seem to make it to the Stanley Cup Finals. But while there are still a lot of game ahead of the Sharks in the postseason, they’re racking up the goals and blowing out the Los Angeles Kings on a nightly basis it seems.

Game 1 saw the Sharks utterly destroy the Kings and while Game 2 stayed closely contested for two periods, the flood gates burst open in the third period and the ice was drenched in Kings’ blood. After jumping out to a 2-0 lead int he first period, the Kings proceeded to give up 7 unanswered goals in what has to be their most embarrassing loss in recent memory.

Jonathan Quick, who has been touted as one of the finest netminders in hockey but he was obliterated by the Sharks in stunning fashion.

San Jose is only up 2-0 in the series but it feels like they’ve already swept the Kings twice over and are going for the three-peat. The most amazing aspect of the sharks two-parter blowout of Los Angeles is that the Kings can still win the series.

That seems highly unlikely though as the way they’re losing is more than demoralizing and the epic flameout by the Kings is a wonder to watch.

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