Jones finally gives up a goal, but Kings beat Leafs
Martin Jones (right) had his shutout streak halted at 177 minutes, 16 seconds.
Toronto, ON (SportsNetwork.com) -
Jeff Carter notched the go-ahead goal and one assist, with Mike Richards contributing two helpers, as Los Angeles downed Toronto, 3-1, at Air Canada Centre.
Drew Doughty and Kyle Clifford also lit the lamp for the Kings, who have won five straight games, including the first two on a four-game road trip.
Martin Jones had his shutout streak halted at 177 minutes, 16 seconds, but nonetheless moved to 4-0-0 on his young career with a 38-save performance.
NHL has a chance to make example of Thornton
Dan Di Sciullo, NHL Editor
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) -
When Boston enforcer Shawn Thornton finally sits down for his disciplinary hearing with the league on Friday, nearly a week will have passed since the Bruins forward made his regrettable decision to physically assault an unsuspecting Brooks Orpik.
So, the justice Thornton receives for his ugly behavior in last Saturday's win over Pittsburgh won't exactly be swift, but hopefully, the extra time is being used to make sure the punishment fits the crime.