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Rank the Players: Kings Go Big in Second, Hang on in Third

LA lights up Gibson in the second and kills six of seven penalties to earn a win.

NHL: Anaheim Ducks at Los Angeles Kings Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

That was terrifying fun! Rank the Players after a 3-2 REGULATION win in Anaheim:

Once again, the offense was driven by Jeff Carter, who picked up two goals on the power play with Toffoli and Pearson on his wings. Along with a goal from Drew Doughty (who was excellent at both ends tonight), it seemed like those three goals would be more than enough for the Kings to win in Anaheim. In the end, they were, but not until the Ducks had picked up two goals on 17 third-period shots, and until Ryan Kesler had let the potential tying goal squirm off his stick.

More in the recap.