Linemates Johnny Gaudreau and Sean Monahan had a goal and two assists each to lead the
The Flames moved into third in the
Anze Kopitar and Nic Dowd scored for the Kings, who remain six points behind the
Monahan opened the scoring at 8:15 of the first period when he took a drop pass and fired a shot to the top corner over Quick's glove hand.
Only a few minutes later, Quick made a nice play to stop a shot from the slot by Monahan. The Flames kept the puck in L.A.'s zone, and Stone took a pass from Gaudreau before blasting a shot past Quick at 11:36 to put the Flames up 2-0.
Kopitar scored for the Kings with 1:20 to play in the opening period when he redirected a pass from
Giordano put the Flames back up by a pair 47 seconds into the second period before Gaudreau converted on breakaway chance 50 seconds later by lifting a backhand shot over Bishop's left pad.
Dowd cut Calgary's lead to 4-2 at 5:31 by redirecting Paul LaDue's point shot past Elliott for his first goal since Dec. 22, ending a 33-game drought.
The Kings couldn't get much going after that as the Flames tightened up defensively to record their second straight win and 12th in their past 13 games.
Versteeg rounded out the scoring with an empty-netter with 24.8 seconds to play in the game.
When: 6 p.m. PDT, Monday.
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