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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Carl Grundstrom scored twice to help the Los Angeles Kings beat the Ottawa Senators 4-2 on Saturday night.

Viktor Arvidsson had a power-play goal and Arthur Kaliyev also scored to help the Kings end a five-game losing streak. Cal Petersen made 30 saves and Anze Kopitar had three assists.

Filip Gustavsson allowed three goals on 36 shots, and Connor Brown and Michael Del Zotto scored for the Senators, who lost their fifth straight game. Ottawa is 1-7-1 on the road, including five defeats in regulation in a row.

Kaliyev netted his fourth goal to push Los Angeles’ lead to 3-1 with 6:46 left in the second period, finding himself alone at the right post to send in a pass by Alex Edler.

But Brown scored off the rush, getting the Senators back within a goal with 1:27 left in the period.

Los Angeles had to withstand a five-minute power play in the third after Brendan Lemieux received a match penalty during a confrontation with Brady Tkachuk had them grappling from the clinch on the ice. Tkachuk indicated that Lemieux bit him on the hand.

Grundstrom, who served the penalty, came out of the box to score an empty-netter with 33.9 seconds remaining.

The Kings started the scoring with Arvidsson’s fourth goal, tipping in a pass by Kopitar on the power play 4:59 into the game.

Del Zotto tied it at 1 with 18.9 seconds left in the first. Josh Norris won the faceoff and got it back to Del Zotto, who fired a shot that deflected in off the stick of Kings forward Alex Iafallo.

Grundstrom put Los Angeles back ahead 2-1 midway through the second period, barreling into Gustavsson as the puck crossed the line. Officials decided the contact happened because Zach Sanford forcibly sent Grundstrom into the goalie, confirming his fourth goal after a brief conversation.

NOTES: Kopitar got his fifth multipoint game of the season. It was the 250th such game in his career, which ranks fifth in the league since making his NHL debut in 2006. … Ottawa claimed C Adam Gaudette off waivers from Chicago on Saturday. Gaudette, who had one goal and one assist in eight games for the Blackhawks this season, was scratched along with G Matt Murray and D Lassi Thomson. … The Senators assigned F Parker Kelly to the AHL to free up a roster shot.

UP NEXT

Senators: Host Vancouver on Wednesday night.

Kings: Host Anaheim on Tuesday night.

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Blackhawks Outlast Red Wings 8-5

Dylan Strome scored three goals and the Chicago Blackhawks had their highest-scoring game of the season in an 8-5 win over the Detroit Red Wings on Wednesday night.

COLUMBUS, OH – JANUARY 11: Dylan Strome #17 of the Chicago Blackhawks controls the puck during the game against the Columbus Blue Jackets at Nationwide Arena on January 11, 2022 in Columbus, Ohio. Chicago defeated Columbus 4-2. (Photo by Kirk Irwin/Getty Images)

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Alex DeBrincat added two third-period goals for the Blackhawks, who led 4-0 in the first period but twice allowed Detroit to get within one goal. DeBrincat’s empty-netter with 1:43 remaining finally put the game away as Chicago ended a four-game winless drought.

Dominik Kubalik, Sam Lafferty and Brandon Hagel also scored for Chicago.

“It was a great night,” Blackhawks interim coach Derek King said. “But most games we’re not going to be up eight goals on a Colorado or a Minnesota. It would be nice, but we need to clean it up a bit when we do have a lead.”

Robby Fabbri, Tyler Bertuzzi, Pius Suter, Moritz Seiter and Dylan Larkin scored for Detroit. Larkin banked in a shot off a goalpost to cut Chicago’s lead to 6-5 with 4:35 left in the game.

DETROIT, MICHIGAN – DECEMBER 01: Robby Fabbri #14 of the Detroit Red Wings skates against the Seattle Kraken at Little Caesars Arena on December 01, 2021 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

“We got it to 4-3, but you can’t spot teams four, first of all,” Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill said. “We made terrible decisions with the puck and we’re not winning that way here. Ultimately, we gave them a whole bunch of chances.”

Chicago is one of seven NHL teams to score eight times in a game this season. The Florida Panthers have the most goals in a game this season with nine, doing it twice.

Strome scored twice in the first period and completed the hat trick in the third with his second power-play goal of the game, putting the Blackhawks ahead 5-3. He had four goals this season coming into the game.

King recently put Strome on Chicago’s first line with Hagel and Patrick Kane.

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“Hages and Kaner have helped him a lot,” King said. “He feels confident when he’s out there, and hopefully he can build on that.”

DETROIT, MICHIGAN – OCTOBER 14: Tyler Bertuzzi #59 of the Detroit Red Wings celebrates a goal against the Tampa Bay Lightning at Little Caesars Arena on October 14, 2021 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

Fabbri, Bertuzzi and Suter scored in the second period to get the Red Wings within one. DeBrincat’s first goal put Chicago ahead 6-3 in the third, but Seider scored on the power play before Larkin added his 20th of the season. Hagel restored the Blackhawks’ two-goal advantage with his 11th.

“I thought we had too many guys who weren’t even close to their ‘A’ games,” Blashill said. “When you do that, you’re going to have tough nights.”

Chicago outshot Detroit 38-33.

NOTES: Lafferty’s goal was his first of the season. … Detroit goalie Alex Nedeljkovic allowed four goals in the first period. He was replaced by Calvin Pickard to start the second.

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Chicago: Hosts Colorado on Friday.

Detroit: At Pittsburgh on Friday.

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