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Daneau's second goal gives Kings OT victory over Red Wings

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Detroit — Philip Daneau Scoring the second goal of the game with 1:12 in overtime, the Los Angeles Kings secured a 5-4 win against the Detroit Red Wings at Little Caesars Arena on Monday.

Dano scored it on his intended pass Trevor Moore Red Wings defense deflected off skate in 2-1 Philippe Froneck.

“We still have a lot of work to do, but we are getting better,” said Daneau. “We know the last two games have been defensively unacceptable (10 goals conceded), but tonight was a step in the right direction.”

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Daneau winner came later Victor Arvidson With 90 seconds left in the third period, the Kings had a chance to seal the game with a 4-3 lead.Arvidson was skating toward an empty net, but he hesitated before shooting, allowing the Red Wings to get ahead. Dylan Larkin Dive to keep the puck away from him.

“It was a great play,” said Red Wings manager Derek Lalonde. “He never gave up on it. I think that’s a good message for the team.”

Oscar Sandqvist He then tied the score at 4-4 with 41 seconds remaining and pushed the puck into the net through the left post.

Kings manager Todd McClellan said, “We had a lot of experienced players on this team and they did a great job of calming everyone down for overtime.” [Arvidsson], but we can’t put ourselves in that situation often. ”

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Anze Copital When Adrian Kempe Each has goals and assists, Moore and Kevin Fiala Recorded 2 assists each Jonathan Quick 29 saves for the Kings (2-2-0) who are on a two-game winning streak.

“I thought we looked like the team we were supposed to be,” McClellan said. “There were some strange circumstances, but we put in a good effort and got the two points.”

David Perron 2 goals and 1 assist Ville Fusso Recorded 31 saves (2-0-1) in Detroit. Tyler BertuzziExpected to miss 4-6 weeks with upper body injury Jakub Vrana (personal reasons).

“I think the way we’ve played has been a good first weekend for us,” Larkin said. “The first three games weren’t perfect, but I like the way we approach each period.”

Adam Earn 2-1 to give the Red Wings a 1-0 lead at 4:26 of the first period, Gabriel Biraldi Scored after 19 seconds to draw 1-1.

Kempe scored for the fourth time of the season to give the Kings a 2–1 lead at 14:40.

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Perón tied the game at 2-2 with a one-timer from a cross-slot pass from 9:15 of the second period. Dominic Kubarik.

Daneau led Los Angeles 3-2 on his own one-timer at 16:18, but Perón again tied it 3-3 with a power play goal from the left circle at 11:14 of the third period.

Kopitar won 4-3 at 13:16. Husso made Kempe’s first save, but did not realize that the puck had slipped out from under the padding and Kopiter dove in and crossed the line.

“We weren’t able to build momentum off the target,” said Lalonde. “We scored three times where it looked like we would have scored right after, but it’s a good sign that we got a point after a draw in the third period.”

kings defenseman Alexander Edler It was a late scratch after being hit in the face with a puck during a warm-up. Alex Iafaro Lower body injury in 3 periods.

“Edler didn’t play. That’s never a good sign, but we’ll know more in the morning,” McClellan said. “There is no update on Iafallo yet.”

Note: kings defenseman Sean WalkerReplacing Edler was a plus two at 11:41 in icetime. … Red Wings radio analyst Paul Woods called his 3,000th game. The 67-year-old played his entire NHL career of 501 games for Detroit from 1977-84.