LOS ANGELES – Nikita Scherbak achieved in his Los Angeles Kings Championship, a 5-1 victory against the Vegas Golden Knights at the Staples Center on Saturday.
Scherbak was ordered to leave Montreal Canadiens on December 2.
Derek Forbort had a goal and help, Jake Muzzin had two assistants and Jonathan Quick which saved 29 points for Los Angeles (11-18-1), who lost two levels.
Oscar Lindberg reached, and Marc-Andre Fleury made 20 savings for Vegas (16-14-1), which is 7-2-0 in the last nine games.
Since then, it was the first game for kings Drew Doughty her season "unpleasant" and that the team "played with a lack of emotion".
Matt Luff Los Angeles led 2: 1 in 12.30 seconds with a power that reached a one-point point in the remaining free-run with tic-tac-toe pass Brendan Leipsic and Adrian Kempe.
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Jeff Carter has reached 3: 1 at 16:46. He caught Fleury and put the pack back into the ridge, where he hit the right arm of the golden knight defender Nate Schmidt and rejected in.
Forbort extended the lead to 4-1 in 2:48 of the third period on a shot from the point that passed through the screened Fleury.
Nate Thompson He reached 5-1 at 18:33, scoring on a one-step off cross-led pass from Muzzin.
Lindberg led the Golden Knight 1-0 at 4:23 of the first period with his first goal of the season. Quickly saved Tomas NosekLindberg returned and reached five holes.
Scherbak tied 1-1 at 8:12, shot between the legs of Schmidt and scored on the side of the glove.
Kings on Kyle Clifford he left the game after having suffered injury in the second period Pierre-Edouard Bellemare.