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Kings’ win fifth in a row with a shutout of the Canadiens

Trevor Moore scored two goals, Pheonix Copley made 18 saves in his third career shutout, and the Kings beat the Montreal Canadiens 4-0 Saturday at Arena for their fifth consecutive victory.

Carl Grundstrom and Trevor Lewis also scored for the Kings, who have won nine of 11 overall in their impressive 13-3-3 start to the season.

It was the first time the Kings have shut out the Canadiens on L.A.’s home ice.

The Kings thoroughly dominated Montreal, giving up only one shot on goal in the first period and largely throttling any significant scoring chances in another strong defensive effort.