The Los Angeles Kings prevented the Edmonton Oilers from winning 3-1

The Los Angeles Kings put in a stingy performance to score a 3-1 win over the Edmonton Oilers in a thrilling game Wednesday night at Rogers Place.

The Kings took the lead before five minutes old when Trevor Moore fired a long shot past Oilers netminder Stuart Skinner to block.

Connor McDavid almost tied it up. His shot flew past Kings goalkeeper Cal Petersen and into the net, but Los Angeles forward Viktor Arvidsson turned it over just before it crossed the line.

Kings defenseman Alex Edler sent McDavid down with a thunderous blow on the blue line early in the second set.

Edler was slapped with a knee penalty during play. McDavid was called to re-examine Edler for a later term. The Oilers tied it in as defenseman Ryan Murray held off the Kings' cleanup effort and threw a puck ahead of Zach Hyman, who beat Petersen with a backhand for his eighth straight.

Moore struck again just as another penalty for McDavid expired to make it 2-1 Kings.

Skinner kept the Oilers to within one-third by stopping at a wide-open Phillip Danault. Moore completed the hat-trick in a goal net with 53 seconds left. This article was written by EDUKASI CAMPUS. 

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