Tyler Toffoli, Anze Kopitar and Ilya Kovalchuk also scored for the Kings, who put the video game out of reach with a three-goal second duration. Toffoli scored 75 seconds into the game to end the goal dry spell at 136 minutes, 51 seconds. The Kings' centre got the puck on a pass from Blake Lizotte simply outside the Calgary zone, made a good relocation past 2 Flames protectors and put a wrist shot past Rittich for his third objective of the season.

Jeff Carter had an objective and assist, Jonathan Quick made 23 conserves and the Los Angeles Kings snapped a three-game losing streak with a 4-1 victory over the Calgary Flames on Saturday night.

Kings down Flames with explosive 2nd:

Ilya Kovalchuk appeared like the Kovalchuk of old on Saturday, snapping home a power-play objective in the LA Kings 4-1 win over the Calgary Flames. 1:04

When his backhand went off the skate of Calgary defenceman Mark Giordano and discovered its method into the internet, Carter put Los Angeles up by two 15 seconds into the 2nd. Kopitar scored the Kings initially short-handed goal of the season five minutes later when he beat Rittich on his glove side on a breakaway.

Kovalchuk then added a power-play objective at 8:58 with a slap shot from simply beyond the left faceoff circle after a cross-ice pass from Michael Amadio. It was the Kings' very first objective with the man-advantage in six video games and snapped skid where they were 0 for 19.

Los Angeles Kings defenseman Drew Doughty, bottom, upends Calgary Flames left wing Matthew Tkachuk, throughout the 3rd inning. (Alex Gallardo/Associated Press)


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