Los Angeles 4, Chicago 0

Saturday, February 25, 2012 8:00 PM

Final Scoring Summary

Team Records

Team W/L Home Away Streak
Chicago 33-23-4-3 21-7-1-3 12-16-3-0 L2
Los Angeles 28-22-5-7 16-13-0-4 12-9-5-3 W1


KINGS 4, BLACKHAWKS 0: Captain Dustin Brown overshadowed Jeff Carter’s debut with four points and his second career hat trick as Los Angeles snapped a four-game slide while handing Chicago its second consecutive loss.

Brown recorded all three of his tallies on special teams, opening with a pair of power-play goals in the first period and scoring shorthanded in the second to complete the hat trick.

Defenseman Willie Mitchell, who signed a contract extension with the Kings on Friday, added a goal and an assist. Jonathan Quick made 19 saves in his seventh shutout of the season as Los Angeles moved back into a tie for the No. 8 spot in the Western Conference.

The lowest scoring team in the NHL, the Kings traded for the veteran Carter on Thursday. That move lifted some of the pressure from Brown, who has also been the subject of trade rumors.

After clinching is first multi-goal game of the season in the first, Brown forced a turnover with the Blackhawks on the power play early in the second period. The 27-year-old quickly turned up ice and received a perfect feed from Mitchell in the slot before slipping it past Corey Crawford for the hat trick and his 17th tally of the season.

GAME NOTEBOOK: Chicago was once again without captain Jonathan Toews (upper body). ... After scoring 15 goals in four straight wins, the Blackhawks have totaled one in the last two games. ... Jarret Stoll recorded three assists for the Kings.

Top Game Performances

Chicago   Los Angeles
N/A Points Dustin Brown 4
N/A Goals Dustin Brown 3
N/A Assists Jarret Stoll 3
N/A Power Play Goals Dustin Brown 2
N/A Short Handed Goals Dustin Brown 1
Ray Emery 1.000 Save Percentage Jonathan Quick 1.000
Ray Emery 20 Saves Jonathan Quick 19

Team Stats Summary

Team Shots Goals Power Play Penalty Kill Penalty Mins Face Offs Won
Chicago 19 0 0-6 1-3 11 27
Los Angeles 30 4 2-3 6-6 17 33

Upcoming Games

  • Los Angeles will play its next game on the road against Nashville. The Kings have a W/L % of .333 after a win and .543 after a loss.
  • Chicago will play its next game on the road against Anaheim. The Blackhawks have a W/L % of .606 after a win and .433 after a loss.
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