The Los Angeles Kings gained their third victory in a row, with a 3-2 win over the New York Islanders at Nassau Coliseum on Thursday. The Kings are 3-0-0 on this five-game road trip so far.
With the win The Kings record now, 37-23-14, moved ahead of the Calgary Flames for third place in the Pacific Division.
The Islanders struck first at 5:31 in the second period with a goal from Frans Nielsen.
Then at 10:37 Nick Shore tied the game 1-1. The assists were credited to Dustin Brown and Alec Martinez.
It was Shore's first career NHL goal. "It’s exciting obviously. Brownie helped me out there, just put it off my foot. A lot of credit goes to him there." Shore told reporters after the game.
"It feels good anytime you score a goal or anything like that. But most importantly, we came out with a 3-2 win and I think where we’re at right now, we’re looking to get two points every time we go out. We were happy with that tonight."Read more... Join the Conversation...