Anze Kopitar scored two goals and set up another while captain Dustin Brown recorded a goal and an assist as the Los Angeles Kings remained perfect at home with a 5-1 triumph over the struggling New York Islanders on Saturday.
Defenseman Drew Doughty also had a tally and an assist while Justin Williams extended his points streak to nine games with a goal for the Kings, who improved to a franchise-best 8-0-0 at Staples Center and stretched their overall winning streak to six games.
Kopitar gave Los Angeles the lead just 83 seconds into the contest and doubled the advantage at 5:02 with his sixth tally of the season. Rob Schremp halved the deficit 37 seconds later, but Williams beat Dwayne Roloson with a backhander at 3:15 of the second period to regain control for the Kings.
Brown scored on a penalty shot at 7:46 of the third and Doughty converted a power-play chance with 4:34 remaining as the Kings posted their sixth straight win over the Islanders.
Defenseman Jack Johnson notched two assists and Jonathan Quick made 18 saves for Los Angeles, which completed a 5-0-0 homestand having allowed only four goals.
Roloson stopped 29 shots for New York, which has lost eight straight on the road and 10 in a row overall.