Ryan Smyth and Andrei Loktionov provided the offense for Los Angeles, which improved to 4-8-0 in January with its second consecutive win.
Tim Thomas made 32 saves for the Bruins, who suffered their first regulation loss on the road since December 16 at Montreal. Boston had gone 6-0-3 in its last nine games as the visitor.
The Kings got on the board via the power play. Smyth parked himself outside the crease and tipped Jarret Stoll’s one-timer from the left point. Thomas made the initial save, but Smyth banged home the rebound at the 10:50 mark of the first period.
Loktionov netted an insurance goal from in close at 3:30 of the third period.
The Bruins announced before the game that forward Marc Savard is out indefinitely after suffering a moderate concussion during Saturday’s win at Colorado…Los Angeles has won five straight over Boston…Quick has 13 career shutouts.