Andy Andreoff, Brayden McNabb and Milan Lucic scored to lead the Los Angeles Kings past the Tampa Bay Lightning 3-1 on Sunday night.
Jonathan Quick stopped 24 shots to help the Kings win their sixth consecutive home game. They have won 11 of their last 13 at Staples Center.
Brian Boyle scored for Tampa Bay, which got eight saves from Andrei Vasilevskiy and 17 from Ben Bishop off the bench. Vasilevskiy started in place of Bishop, who left Saturday night's game at San Jose after accidentally being poked in the eye by an errant stick.
After Boyle tied the game 27 seconds into the second period, McNabb put the Kings back in front 12 seconds later on a soft goal, prompting Lightning coach Jon Cooper to turn to Bishop.
Anze Kopitar got his 400th career assist, setting up McNabb's first goal of the season by winning the faceoff.
Lucic made it 3-1 by reaching out and tipping Jeff Carter's pass past the right skate of Bishop. After scoring 18 goals in his final season with Boston, Lucic has 10 in his first 26 games with Los Angeles.
McNabb added an assist for his seventh career multipoint game.
The Lightning came into the game tied with the New York Rangers for fewest even-strength goals allowed but had no answers for the Kings, who blitzed the Pittsburgh Penguins for five goals on Saturday.
Andreoff put Los Angeles ahead 1-0 on a fairly innocuous slap shot from the top of the circle midway through the first period. Vasilevskiy seemed to misjudge the shot, which sailed past his stick hand for Andreoff's second goal of the season.
Nick Shore and Drew Doughty had assists on the play after Shore found Andreoff heading into the offensive zone ahead of a flat-footed Andrej Sustr.
Other than Andreoff's goal, Tampa Bay largely controlled the first period but had little to show for it. Doughty thwarted a promising 2-on-1 break in the opening minutes by giving up his body to break up Tyler Johnson's pass, and Quick made key stops against Jason Garrison and Jonathan Marchessault near the end of the period.
A sprawling Quick also denied Nikita Kucherov with a spectacular kick save early in the third.
NOTES: After winning 10 of its first 11 games in Los Angeles, Tampa Bay has lost four straight on the Kings' home ice. . Johnson returned to action after missing the previous three games with an undisclosed injury. . Kings C Trevor Lewis missed his second consecutive game with an upper-body injury. . Los Angeles plays 10 of its next 11 games away from home, opening a six-game road trip at Columbus on Tuesday.