New Jersey Devils' goalie Martin Brodeur makes a save as Los Angeles Kings' Trevor Lewis appraoches in the third period during Game 4 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup finals, Wednesday, June 6, 2012, in Los Angeles. The Devils won the game 3-1. (AP Photo/Mark Terrill)
We're still in it
The New Jersey Devils' Adam Henrique celebrates with teammates David Clarkson (23) and Alexei Ponikarovsky after Henrique's goal with 4:29 left put the Devils in front of the Los Angeles Kings in Game 4, 2-1. The Devils won, 3-1, to avoid elmination in the Stanley Cup Finals.
New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur makes one of his 21 saves as the Los Angeles Kings' Trevor Lewis tries to follow up in the third period.
It's behind you
New Jersey Devils center Adam Henrique scores the game-winning goal past Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick with 4:29 left in the third period.
All good things must end
Kings goalie Jonathan Quick, here being pressured by the Devils' Dainius Zubrus, saw his streak of 139 shutout minutes end in Game 4's 3-1 loss to New Jersey.
After two scoreless periods, New Jersey's Patrik Elias (26) beats Los Angeles goalie Jonathan Quick 7:56 into the third period in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final at the Staples Center on Wednesday. Despite the Kings tying it just over a minute later, the Devils scored two more goals for a 3-1 victory for their first win in the series.
Blondes have more fun
A member of the Los Angeles Kings ice crew during a timeout in Game 4. With the Devils winning their first game of the series, the two teams return to New Jersey for Game 5 on Saturday. If the Devils win there, Staples Center will host Game 6 on Monday.
Stick to it
New Jersey's Travis Zajac (right) defends Los Angeles' Slava Voynov in the second period of Game 4.
Shutting the door
New Jersey goalie Martin Brodeur stops a shot by Los Angeles left wing Dustin Penner (25) in the second period. Brodeur finished with 21 saves on 22 shots as the Devils forced a Game 5.
Leader of the pack
New Jersey's Stephen Gionta (11) guides the puck as teammates Anton Volchenkov (28) and Patrick Elias (26) and Los Angeles' Dustin Brown (23) look on during the opening period of Game 4.
The Kings' Simon Gagne (12) and Colin Fraser (24) fight for control of the puck with the Devils' Patrik Elias in the first period of Game 4 in Los Angeles.
Los Angeles goalie Jonathan Quick snags a New Jersey shot in the second period during of Game 4. Quick stopped 21-of-23 shots by the Devils, but his Kings dropped a 3-1 decision.
By a step
Kings center Anze Kopitar (11) skates in front of Devils right wing Petr Sykora during the opening period at the Staples Center.
New Jersey left wing Zach Parise (9) battles for control of the puck against Los Angeles defenseman Willie Mitchell during the first period of Game 4.
Devils goalie Martin Brodeur stops a shot by the Kings' Anze Kopitar in the scoreless first period of Game 4.