Tyler Toffoli and Elias Lindholm led the way with a goal and two assists apiece as the Calgary Flames scored four goals in the first period and then withstood a furious late push from the Los Angeles Kings to hold on for a 6-5 win.
Jonathan Huberdeau, Andrew Mangiapane, Brett Ritchie and Adam Ruzicka also scored for Calgary (7-6-2), which won back-to-back games after snapping a seven-game winning streak.
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Arthur Kaliyev with a pair, Kevin Fiala, Anze Kopitar and Adrian Kempe provided the offense for Los Angeles (10-7-1).
The Kings’ four-game winning streak has come to an end.
Jacob Markstrom got the win to improve to 6-3-2, making 24 stops including a sprawling stop of Kopitar from 10 feet as he finished all alone with 22 seconds left.
Jonathan Quick, with 23 saves, took the loss to fall to 6-5-1.
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