Kings 4, Columbus 1

The Kings scored on a 5-on-3 advantage, and an even bigger advantage after Antoine Vermette broke his stick. Jarret Stoll passed, from the middle of the left circle, to Anze Kopitar in the middle of the right circle, and Kopitar scored on a one-time shot with 57 seconds left in the period.

Kopitar now leads the NHL in goals (10) and points (21).

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