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Luc Robitaille had two goals and Sean O'Donnell scored at 1:42 of overtime as the Los Angeles Kings beat the Calgary Flames 4-3 Monday night.

Fred Brathwaite made 39 saves for the Flames, but wasn't able to stop O'Donnell's fluke goal which gave the Kings their first overtime win of the season.

Ziggy Palffy passed the puck from behind the net into the slot, and O'Donnell's wrist shot deflected off the skate of Calgary's Clark Wilm and into the net. The goal was O'Donnell's second of the season.

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  • The Flames are winless in nine games (0-8-1). The drought is one game longer than their longest streak of last season, and put them within two games of the club record set in 1985-86.

    Robitaille's sixth multiple-goal game this season increased his career scoring total to 545 goals, passing Maurice Richard for 18th place on the career list.

    Robitaille, who also assisted on Palffy's goal, moved into a tie with Mike Bossy for 35th place on the point-scoring list at 1,126.

    Palffy had three assists and Jozef Stumpel, who failed to score for the first time in six games, also assisted on three goals.

    Jarome Iginla scored twice and Phil Housley also scored for the Flames, who have lost six straight road games.

    Housley and Iginla scored 52 seconds apart in the third period against Jamie Storr to tie it with 13:25 left in regulation.

    Housley's 10th goal, on thpower play, came on a long screened shot. Iginla's 15th came on a deflection of a shot by Andrei Nazarov from the left boards.

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