Kempe and Grundström’s doubles helped Los Angeles beat Calgary in the NHL with a score of 8:2
MOSCOW, March 21 – RIA Novosti. The Los Angeles Kings defeated the Calgary Flames during the regular season of the National Hockey League (NHL).
The match in Los Angeles ended in 8:2 (4:0, 2:1, 2:1) in favor of the hosts. Among the winners, the doubles were marked by Karl Grundström (9th and 56th minutes) and Adrian Kempe (29, 33) with one puck each for Drew Doughty (12), Gabriel Vilardi (13), Viktor Arvidsson (16) and Mikey Anderson. (53). Noted guests Tyler Toffoli (21) and Noah Hanifin (50).
8 : 2
Los Angeles’ Russian defender Vladislav Gavrikov spent 21 minutes and 23 seconds on the ice, smashing a shot on goal and making two powerful moves, and finished the game with a “0” utility score. Calgary defender Nikita Zadorov spent 14 minutes and 5 seconds on the ice and earned a 14-minute penalty, his utility rating was “-1”.
“Los Angeles” is in second place with 92 points in 71 games in the Pacific Division, while “Calgary” is in fifth place with 77 points. In the next game, the Kings will face the Winnipeg Jets and Lights will face the Anaheim Ducks on the way.
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