Much has been said about the Kings learning from their losses against the Canucks and Sharks. Not as much though has been said about the the experience gained from Kopitar's injury. Not just by Kopitar himself. I'm talking more about the rest of the team. The cup run was really one of the only times I can remember where not one player wasn't extremely valuable to the win. How much of this was due to them understanding that they can't depend on one guy to pull the weight which they clearly would have learned by losing their top forward a year ago? I know a few people on here mentioned something similar way back when the injury first happened. It's hard to find something to talk about that doesn't involve the lockout so have at it. What do you guys think?