Bernier Records Shutout As Kings Top Oilers, 2-0

Edmonton, AB (Sports Network) - Jonathan Bernier stopped 32 shots for his third shutout of the season as Los Angeles topped Edmonton, 2-0. The Kings have 94 points to remain in fifth place in the Western Conference, two ahead of Nashville and one back of Phoenix. Dustin Brown scored both goals with Trevor Lewis assisting on both for Los Angeles, which has won its past four games.

Nikolai Khabibulin made 31 stops for the Oilers, who have lost their past 10 games. Both of the goals in this game came in the second period. The first came at the 5:11 mark when Lewis threw a pass from the left side to the front where Brown tapped it in.

With 5:04 to play it was a 2-0 game as Lewis stripped the puck off an Oiler and fed it over to Brown for a quick shot into the net. Bernier, who made seven stops in the first period, made 25 over the final two frames to preserve the shutout.

Game Notes

Edmonton radio play-by-play announcer Rod Phillips announced his last game. He has been with the club for 37 years and announced 3,542 games...Edmonton plays at Minnesota on Thursday...The Kings play at Vancouver on Thursday...Edmonton has been shutout four times in its last 17 games...Bernier has four shutouts in his career.

For more news on tonight's game, be sure to read the SB Nation blog Jewels From The Crown.

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