NHL Hall of Famer and LA Kings great Luc Robitaill tells Jay Mohr where the Game 2 win vs. the San Jose Sharks ranks amongst the all-time greats and his thoughts on Raffi Torres' hit on Jarret Stoll...
Mohr: "The Kings comeback last night was so crazy.... you can't even draw that up."
Robitaille: "It was absolutely amazing. And you're right, you definitely can't draw this stuff up. It was one for the ages that we're going to remember for a while. We played well enough to make a comeback in the 3rd period, but you never know what's going to happen. It was pretty neat being in that building."
Mohr: "I didn't think the Raffi Torres hit was that dirty. He stayed on his feet. He made an effort to get in front of Jarret Stoll. but the league saw differently. Dirty or clean hit"?
Robitaille: "There's been worse hits but the problem is there is so many angles we couldn't see. There's a few angles where he leaned upward and that's what the league wants us to get rid of. They want guys to come in and go through the body so they don't target the head. Everyone is talking about concussions and protecting the head. The minute you cut upward the first thing you're going to hit is his head. There is an angle from the other side in which you'll see that and will change your opinion of the hit."