PHILADELPHIA (TICKER) —The Los Angeles Kings seek a fourth victory in five contests when they open a five-game road trip on Thursday against the Philadelphia Flyers at the First Union Center.
Los Angeles has won three of four, including a 3-2 triumph over San Jose on Monday.
Derek Armstrong, Ziggy Palffy and rookie Alexander Frolov scored for the Kings, with Frolov tallying the go-ahead goal with 6:19 left in the third period. Jamie Storr recorded 24 saves in the win.
Philadelphia is 1-0-2 since being shut out in back-to-back games. On Tuesday, the Flyers skated to a 2-2 tie against New Jersey.
Donald Brashear scored a goal and set up Keith Primeau’s marker and Roman Cechmanek stopped 34 shots in the triumph.
The Flyers defeated the Kings in Los Angeles on January 22, 4-1.
Philadelphia has won six of seven at home against Los Angeles.