Campbell collects first shutout as Kings spoil Habs’ home opener

Campbell collects first shutout as Kings spoil Habs’ home opener

Jack Campbell made 40 saves and Adrian Kempe and Michael Amadio scored first-period goals as the Los Angeles Kings spoiled the Montreal Canadiens’ home opener with a 3-0 victory on Thursday night.Jeff Carter added a goal and two assists, putting the game away with a third-period score as the Kings improved to 1-1 on their early season four-game trip through Canada. It was the second consecutive season the Kings shut out the Canadiens in Montreal.Campbell recorded his first career shutout in his eighth career start, taking over in net for the third consecutive game after veteran goalie Jonathan Quick came away suffered a lower-body injury in practice Saturday.Campbell appeared to lose his shutout with 9:01 remaining in the game when the puck trickled into the Kings’ goal. Referees initially waved off the goal, but overturned the call on replay ruling that the goal happened in “one continuous motion.”The Kings countered with a coach’s replay and Montreal’s Andrew Shaw was ruled to have interfered with Campbell on the play.The Kings took an early lead when Kempe scored 3:56 into the game. Kempe took the puck at center ice, moved inside the blue line and beat goalie Carey Price over his right shoulder to the short side of the goal.

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