Game 6 (4-1-1)


PHOENIX - The Los Angeles Kings didn't need much offense but it was enough as they managed to beat their divisional rivals from the desert for the third-straight victory.


After a scoreless first period, captain Dustin Brown wasted no time scoring as just 56 seconds into the second period, he scored on the power play, which proved to be the game-winner. Then, later in the period, it was Los Angeles' fourth line that provided the insurance as Kyle Clifford got his first goal of the year, finishing a great 2-on-1 pass from tough guy Kevin Westgarth,


With the win, Jonathan Quick reached a milestone as he won his 100th win in a Kings uniform. The feat only took him 185 games which makes him the quickest goaltender to reach the plateau in franchise history. Also, Quick earns his second-consecutive shutout, extending his streak to 128:10 without allowing a goal.


In the special teams department, the Kings were 1-for-4 on the power play. So, albeit little by little, Los Angeles is playing better with the man-advantage. As far as the penalty-killing goes, the Kings went 4-for-4, continuing their success in that department.


So, it's a big win for the Kings tonight and after an off-day tomorrow, are back at home on Saturday night when they will play host to the Dallas Stars.




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