LOS ANGELES (AP) — Devin Setoguchi scored twice and goalie Peter Budaj stopped 24 shots for his first shutout in three years as the Los Angeles Kings beat the Calgary Flames 5-0 on Saturday night.
Jeff Carter, Kyle Clifford and Trevor Lewis also scored for the Kings, who got their first regulation win this season. Budaj's shutout was his first since Oct. 28, 2013.
Brian Elliott had 34 saves for the Flames, who lost for the third time in four games. Elliott has allowed nine goals his last two starts.
Setoguchi registered his first two-goal game since Jan. 31, 2014. He scored with 14 seconds left in the first period when he caught a rebound on the doorstep and swept it past a diving Elliott to make it 2-0. His second came with 3:51 left in the second when he jammed a loose puck under Elliott's pad to push the lead to 4-0.
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Lewis made it 5-0 when scored his second goal in two games 72 seconds into the third period. Elliott stopped Drew Doughty's point shot but kicked it right to Lewis in front of the crease, who buried the rebound.
The Kings got out to a hot start in the first period, outshooting the Flames 15-5 and scoring twice in the final minute to jump out to a 2-0 lead.
Carter opened the scoring when he sniped one past Elliott from the right circle with 58.7 seconds left to play in the first, 45 seconds before Setoguchi's first.
Clifford scored his first goal of the season when he finished off a feed from Nick Shore by banking it off the crossbar at 8:11 in the second period, making the score 3-0.
NOTES: Five goals was a season-high for Los Angeles. ... Setoguchi's first-period goal was his first since March 1, 2014. ... Flames RW Kris Versteeg was scratched with a groin injury. ... Kings C Jordan Nolan was a healthy scratch. ... Kings D Tom Gilbert sat out the second game of his three-game suspension for boarding. ... Flames D Jryki Jokipakka and D Dennis Wideman were healthy scratches, and C Hunter Shinkaruk was a healthy scratch after being called up in the afternoon to replace Versteeg.
Flames: At Anaheim on Sunday in the finale of a four-game road trip.
Kings: At Toronto on Tuesday to begin a five-game road trip.