The Los Angeles Kings opened a three-game western Canadian trip on a positive note.
There's a good chance things could get even better with a visit to Edmonton up next.
Looking to win consecutive games away from home for the first time in almost two months, the Kings try for a seventh straight road victory over the struggling Oilers on Sunday night.
Mike Richards and Dustin Brown each had a goal with an assist while Anze Kopitar scored in his third straight game as Los Angeles (22-15-8) won 4-1 win at Calgary on Saturday. With this victory over his brother and Flames coach, Brent, Darryl Sutter is 7-1-4 since replacing the fired Terry Murray as Kings coach.
The Kings, who have totaled 13 goals while earning five points in the last three games, scored the first three of the game in the second period Saturday.
"All 20 guys were needed for this win," said Kopitar, who recorded his 399th career point. "I think we're moving around a lot more than we did. We de...