Drew Doughty took matters into his own hands after the Kings let opportunities slip out of theirs early and late.
Ultimately, the Kings grabbed first place in the Western Conference.
For most of Thursday night, they were locked into a tie game with the Ottawa Senators despite missing a wheelbarrow full of chances in the opening 25 minutes.
Then came Doughty, who knocked the puck loose and took it down the left wing before looking off a pass and beating Senators goalie Mike Condon 32 seconds into overtime, giving the Kings a 4-3 victory.
“I don’t know if I’ve ever had a two-on-one for that long in my career with the puck,” Doughty said. “I was looking to pass the...