GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- Radim Vrbata broke out of a scoring slump in a big way, then Daymond Langkow provided the dramatic finish. The result was a 3-2 overtime victory for the Phoenix Coyotes against the Los Angeles Kings on Saturday night.
Vrbata scored twice, then had an assist on Langkow's game-winner with 43.7 seconds left in the extra session.
Langkow's shot from in front of the net bounced off the stick of Los Angeles defenseman Jack Johnson and past goalie Jonathan Quick to give Phoenix its third victory in four games.
"It was nothing fancy," Langkow said. "I saw a little opening there on the short side and just threw it."
Kings forward Dustin Brown called it "a weird play."
"The guy gets a stick on it at the last second and Quickie's in position, but it just finds a way," he said.
Vrbata had gone seven games without a goal.
"It's always frustrating, but you can't change your game too much," he said...