LOS ANGELES (AP) — Adrian Kempe scored in time beyond regulation, Pheonix Copley made 27 saves to win his fourth straight begin, and the Los Angeles Kings beat the Calgary Flames 4-3 on Thursday evening.
The Kings needed to struggle again after squandering a two-goal lead within the third interval, however Kempe scored his thirteenth objective on the push from Viktor Arvidsson with 1:37 left in time beyond regulation to comb their three-game homestand and get their fourth victory in a row.
Gabe Vilardi had a objective and an help, and Phillip Danault and Blake Lizotte scored 10 seconds aside early within the third interval for Los Angeles.
Tyler Toffoli had a power-play objective, and Dillon Dube and Jonathan Huberdeau additionally scored, however the Flames couldn’t get their third straight highway win. Dan Vladar allowed 4 objectives on 32 pictures.
The Kings appeared to be in management after a backhand objective from Danault 1:29 into the third interval off a tenacious forecheck by Alex Iafallo, and Lizotte made it 3-1 by swatting in Vilardi’s rebound at 1:39.
Toffoli buried a wrist shot for his fifth power-play objective at 6:46 to tug inside 3-2, and the Flames caught a break when Kevin Fiala put his penalty shot broad simply over a minute later.
Calgary tied it at 3 with 6:28 to go when Dube netted his eighth objective off Noah Hanifin’s cross.
It was tied 1-all after the primary interval, with Vilardi placing late to cancel out Huberdeau’s sixth objective.
Vilardi tipped in his personal rebound from shut vary with 2:19 to go after redirecting Sean Walker’s shot from the correct level. Vilardi had not scored since Nov. 29, going 10 video games with no objective however remained the workforce chief due to his scorching begin.
Huberdeau opened the scoring 3:23 into the sport, beating Copley on a breakaway arrange by Milan Lucic’s stretch cross. It was Huberdeau’s first objective and fifth level throughout a three-game streak.
The Kings activated F Brendan Lemieux from injured reserve on Thursday. Lemieux has not performed since Nov. 12 due to a lower-body harm.
Flames: At Anaheim on Friday evening.
Kings: At Arizona on Friday evening.
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