The first period ended 1-0 Ducks, with a power play goal.
With 3:41 into the third period, Anze Kopitar broke a 1-1 tie, leading the Kings to their 2-1 victory against the Ducks.
The Kings and Ducks had 6 power play opportunities each. There were three that involved previous King, Dustin Penner, who was signed as a free-agent to the Ducks this summer. During the first period Drew Doughty got 2 minutes for boarding and Slava Voynov got 2 minutes for hooking both on Penner. Then Penner got 2 minutes for hooking against Willie Mitchell.
The Kings had 28 shots on goal and the Ducks had 33. Goaltender Jonathan Quick stopped 27 of 28 shots.
The final two pre-season games will be in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand. One will be Friday September 27 at 7:30 p.m. against the New York Rangers and the other will be Saturday, September 28 at 7:00 p.m. against the Colorado Avalanche.
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