Kings 3, Blues 3

The teams traded goals in the middle of the third period.

The Kings took a brief 3-2 lead when Scott Parse, from the left boards, centered a pass to Jarret Stoll in the high slot. Stoll’s wrist shot beat Mason.

Then, just 27 seconds later, a puck trickled through traffic and found the stick of Paul Kariya. Quick couldn’t get over in time to cover the shot, partly because Jack Johnson put an accidental block on him, and Kariya scored on a wrist shot.

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