The Los Angeles Kings broke out of their offensive malaise Saturday, tying a season high in goals as they defeated the visiting Vegas Golden Knights 5-1.

"It's probably one of our more dominant wins; it was a full 60 minutes," said defenseman Drew Doughty. "When your team does that, you're going to win more hockey games and hopefully we realized that tonight."

It was only the sixth time in 30 games that the kings have scored four or more goals. Los Angeles has a league-low 23 points and, with 66 goals, is last in the league in scoring.

Philadelphia 6, Buffalo 2: Claude Giroux had a shorthanded goal and three assists, leading the Flyers over the host Sabres. The Flyers scored six straight goals after Buffalo took a 2-0 lead.

Tampa Bay 7, Colorado 1: The host Lightning won its sixth consecutive game, behind two goals and two assists from Steven Stamkos.

Washington 4, Columbus 0: Alex Ovechkin scored his NHL-leading 22nd goal and Braden Holtby recorded his 34th career shutout.

N.Y. Islanders 3, Detroit 2: Matt Martin scored a tiebreaking goal with 16:36 remaining in the third period for the visiting Islanders, who trailed 2-0 after the first period.

Ottawa 2, Pittsburgh 1 (OT): Ryan Dzingel scored on a power play at 1:20 of overtime after the Penguins were whistled for too many men on the ice.

Boston 6, Toronto 3: The host Bruins ended a three-game skid, and David Krejci (goal, assist) passed Cam Neely for 10th place on Boston's career scoring list.

N.Y. Rangers 5, Florida 4 (SO): Kevin Hayes had two assists and scored the decisive shootout goal in Sunrise, Fla.

San Jose 5, Arizona 3: Lukas Radil's third-period goal put the Sharks ahead to stay after San Jose blew a three-goal lead.

Note: The Ducks extended general manager Bob Murray's contract for two seasons, through the 2021-22 season.

Associated Press