But in a game that went back-and-forth all night, Kings center
"I think they kind of got crossed up at the blue line there," Carter said. "He [the Flames' Sean Monahan] kind of fumbled the puck and I just jumped on it."
Carter, smiled, adding: "It's one of those plays. I made a read and either it's going to work out or they're going back three-on-two on our net."
“We played last night, got in late, this has been a long stretch of games again,” Kings Coach
Enroth, starting in goal to give
"You know what, we get out of the first period and our team doesn't give up a scoring chance and the score is 1-1," Sutter said. "That's part of being a backup goalie — you've got to come in and steal a game sometimes."
Said Carter: "Again, not our greatest game. But this time of the year, we'll take two points and win."
Quick is expected to be in goal for the Kings' remaining two games, including Thursday's pivotal meeting with the Ducks that will in all likelihood decide the
A year ago, in the final week of the regular season, the Kings missed the playoffs, eliminated officially after losing to the Flames.
This year, the roles have been reversed.
One difference: The Kings have won 12 times in overtime this season and twice in shootouts.
It was clear that it was going to be one of those nights for Enroth early in the opening period, when he vacated the crease to play the puck behind the Kings' net. Unfortunately, he and
Kopitar made up for that gaffe by setting up
The Flames went ahead on a power-play goal by
"Wins haven't come easy for us on the road, losing five in a row on the road before this one," Lucic said. "It took all the way until the end to get it into overtime. First shift of overtime we make it count."
The Kings were playing without defensemen
“It feels good. Obviously we haven't been playing the way we've wanted to,” Kings defenseman