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Jonathan Quick earned his first shutout of the season with 27 saves, Tyler Toffoli scored his first NHL goal on a power play in only his second game with Los Angeles and the Kings beat the Phoenix Coyotes 4-0 on Monday night. Rookie defenseman Jake Muzzin also scored with the man advantage, while Anze Kopitar and Jeff Carter each had a goal and an assist for the defending Stanley Cup champions. Quick's 25th career shutout gave the Kings their 11th victory in 15 games and their 10th in the last 11 at Staples Center. The Conn Smythe Trophy winner, who set a franchise record with 10 shutouts last season, is seven behind Rogie Vachon's club record. It was the third straight shutout loss for the Coyotes, who are still in the thick of the Western Conference playoff race despite not having a winning streak of more than two games. The Coyotes, coming off consecutive losses at St. Louis and at Columbus, haven't scored in a span of 185 minutes, 10 seconds since rookie Rob Klin...
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