With great power comes great comeback ability.
The Kings’ power play was like a slot machine that hadn’t paid off in weeks. It got good looks in the first three games of the season but found itself 0 for 16 going into Saturday.
It came alive just in time. Down by a goal, the Kings stormed back on the Buffalo Sabres with man-advantage goals by Dustin Brown, Tyler Toffoli and Drew Doughty for a 4-2 win at Staples Center.
Doughty’s one-timed point shot with two minutes remaining was the game winner, with Brown in front of the net to disrupt the opposition.
“It sounds stupid, [but] we’re really happy with the way the power play was going,” Doughty said. “We were...