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Kings rally late to beat Blackhawks 4-3

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LOS ANGELES (AP) With just a few minutes left in their first game back from the All-Star break, the Los Angeles Kings appeared to be headed to yet another frustrating one-goal loss.

When that championship drive finally awoke inside the Kings, not even the Chicago Blackhawks could shut it down.

Jake Muzzin scored the tiebreaking goal with 3:37 to play, Jeff Carter had two goals and an assist, and the Kings roared back to snap their four-game losing streak with a 4-3 victory Wednesday night.


Rank Player G
1 A. Ovechkin, Was29
2t R. Nash, NYR28
2t T. Seguin, Dal28
4 S. Stamkos, TB26
5t J. Pavelski, SJ24
5t V. Tarasenko, StL24
7 P. Kane, Chi23
8 J. Tavares, NYI22
9t M. Pacioretty, Mon21
9t T. Tatar, Det21
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Rank Player SvPct
1 M. Hutchinson, Wpg.935
2 P. Rinne, Nsh.931
3 B. Elliott, StL.930
4 C. Price, Mon.929
5 C. Anderson, Ott.927
6 B. Holtby, Was.922
7 C. Schneider, NJ.921
8 S. Mason, Phi.921
9 M. Fleury, Pit.920
10 S. Varlamov, Col.920
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