NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Wayne Simmonds and Drew Doughty scored in the final 1:46 and the Los Angeles Kings won their sixth straight game, 3-2 over the New Jersey Devils on Sunday.
The winning streak is the Kings' longest since also winning six straight in 2002.
Michal Handzus also scored to help the Kings post their first 5-0 trip in team history. U.S. Olympian Jonathan Quick made 26 saves.
Travis Zajac and Johnny Oduya scored for the Devils, who coughed up a late lead for the second straight game. New Jersey came back to beat Toronto in overtime Friday night.
Doughty scored the winner on a power play with 27.3 seconds left. His shot from straight on beat the screened Martin Brodeur. The goal came 32 seconds after Devils defenseman Andy Greene was penalized for tripping.
Simmonds tied it with 1:46 to play with a long backhander from the edge of the left faceoff circle. Brodeur was flush against the goal post, but he was screen by Ryan Smyth and the puck found the net from a bad angle.
Zajac, who scored the winner on a power play in overtime against Toronto on Friday night, gave New Jersey a 2-0 lead 5:54 into the second period, beating Quick with a shot from the right faceoff circle after taking a cross-ice pass from Dainiun Zubrus.
It was a shot that Quick should have stopped.
Quick never had a chance on Oduya's goal, which snapped a 26-game goal drought for the defenseman. Zach Parise made a cross-ice pass to Oduya, who was late joining the play, and his shot hit off the skate of Kings defenseman Jack Johnson and went past Quick, who was making his 50th start of the season.
The Kings had 10 shots in the second period and they didn't find the back of the net until Handzus got his 12th goal of the season with 29 seconds left in the period. Scott Parse set up the goal with a pass from behind the net after Alexander Frolov helped keep the play alive by forcing Mike Mottau's turnover.
NOTES: Patrik Elias, the captain of the Czech Republic Olympic team, missed his eighth straight game because of a concussion. ... Johnson returned to the Kings' lineup after sitting out Saturday against Boston with an arm injury. ... Brodeur became the second goalie in NHL history to play in 15 or more games in consecutive months. Terry Sawchuk is the other, doing it in December-January 1954-55. ... The matinee attracted a sellout crowd.