O’Donnell, Quick Lead LA Kings to 3-2 Victory At Edmonton on NHL Video

Brad Richardson and Dustin Brown scored a goal and added an assist each and…get this…Sean O’Donnell scored the game-winner late in the third period to help lead the Los Angeles Kings to a 3-2 win over the Edmonton Oilers at Rexall Place in Edmonton on Tuesday night.

O’Donnell’s goal was his first in 157 games, dating back to December 22, 2007, when he was with the Anaheim Ducks.

Goaltender Jonathan Quick was once again the Kings’ best player, making 27 saves, including more than a handful of difficult ones.

Quick is now 20-10-3 on the season with a 2.60 goals-against average and a .904 save percentage. His twenty wins ties him for the league lead with New Jersey Devils superstar goaltender Martin Brodeur.

Game highlights from NHL Video on YouTube:


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2 thoughts on “O’Donnell, Quick Lead LA Kings to 3-2 Victory At Edmonton on NHL Video

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  1. Quick has been the difference in this run to the top of the Western Conference. I just hope that he doesn’t burn out. Brodeur plays a ton of games, but also has a much easier travel schedule.

  2. It should be noted that Matt Greene, despite one really blatant giveaway on a weak clearing pass that gave the Oilers two glorious chances that Quick stopped, played awfully well. He saved a goal by clearing the puck from the crease after a shot trickled past Quick and he had at least two big hits…two of them came on the same play, one right after the other. Drew Doughty also played well and if you haven’t seen it, you should watch the highlights above for his open-ice hit on Sam Gagner.

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