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Jordan Nolan played quite possibly his best ever professional game tonight.
Nolan clocked in at just over 11 minutes of ice time, but he had a serious impact in that time. He recorded four hits, including one each on Steve Bernier and Marek Zidlicky that sent them flying, and recorded an assist.
He played physically all night, and his presence on the forecheck created the turnover which led to the Kings' first goal.
You do what you can with the ice time that you are given, and the 22-year-old rookie did a lot with very little.
It will be a huge boost if the Kings can get play like that from their fourth line all series.