The Ice Dogs broke a four-game International Hockey League road winless streak with a 6-5 shootout victory Friday night over the Minnesota Moose.
Ice Dog goalie David Littman, who has given up only one goal in seven shootout chances, stopped all three Minnesota shooters. Tracy Egeland, Dan Lambert and Patrik Augusta scored for the Ice Dogs in the shootout.
Littman stopped 26 shots for Los Angeles.
Rob Kenny sparked the Ice Dogs with two goals, including his first short-handed goal of the season at 3:34 of the third period to force overtime. Viktor Gordiouk and Darcy Martini added a goal and an assist each for the Ice Dogs.
Minnesota's Chris Govedaris set a franchise record with four goals, two in the first period and two in the second. Littman, however, stopped his shot in the shootout.