LA Kings Parade 2014: Route, Date, Schedule, TV Info and More

After last night's marathon Game 5, are the Los Angeles Kings going to have anything left for their Stanley Cup celebration on Monday? Of course they are. 

This is becoming a regular occurrence for the franchise, having secured its second Stanley Cup Final victory in three years.

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti tweeted out his happiness at the Stanley Cup's return to the city:

He also released a statement ahead of the event, per BuzzFeed's Hunter Schwarz:

Alec Martinez will be the man of the hour.

The 26-year-old defenseman scored the game-winner in the 3-2 double-overtime victory over the New York Rangers. He pounced on a rebound from Tyler Toffoli's shot, beating the Rangers to the puck and firing into a largely open goal.

After the game, Martinez sounded nothing like somebody who just won his team the Stanley Cup.

"Fortunately, the rebound came to me and I was able to put it in," he said, per The Associated Press, via "The New York Rangers are a hell of a hockey team. We knew it was going to be a tough series."

More than likely, he won't be as restrained at the team's parade on Monday.

Martinez and his teammates have thoroughly deserved this, having played the full 21 games through the first three rounds and then three overtime games in the Stanley Cup Final, two of which went into double overtime.


Weather Forecast

Will it quite literally rain on the Kings' parade? One can imagine few fates more ironic than that.

According to The Weather Channel, that seems only a remote possibility. The forecast is calling for a zero percent chance of precipitation with a high of 73 and a low of 58.

Nobody wants to have a parade when it's cold and wet, so it's good that rain shouldn't even be a threat on Monday. Having the ...

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