Carter out indefinitely for Kings

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"It's nice to contribute", said Cammalleri, who played his first five National Hockey League seasons with the Kings, then played for three other clubs, including Montreal, before rejoining Los Angeles this season.

Los Angeles Kings left wing Adrian Kempe, left, of Sweden, stands at his bench while hats rain down on the ice after scoring his third goal of the game during the third period of an NHL hockey game against the Montreal Canadiens, Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017, in Los Angeles.

Los Angeles center Anze Kopitar is off to a strong start.

He is the type of player who's at his best when you don't notice him, and through two and a half periods of Wednesday's game he was virtually invisible. Los Angeles goalkeeper Jonathan Quick has a 1.74 GAA in four appearances this season and is 4-2-0 in his career against Montreal with a 2.14 GAA. But the Kings will have to adjust without one of the better centers in the National Hockey League.

Michael Cammalleri's smile was subtle.

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Both were beacons of hope entering this season for a Kings team desperately searching for offense.

Carter was checked into the boards by Canadiens defenseman Jeff Petry. A strong defensive game that has allowed goals while the offense capitalized with 13 goals thus far. "After I had my second one I was just feeling very comfortable on the ice". "Everything came to me and went in". With AP Photos.Los Angeles Kings center Jeff Carter is out indefinitely after undergoing surgery to fix a cut on his left leg. Carter was hurt on a hit by Jeff Petry during the Kings' 5-1 victory over Montreal to extend the best start in franchise history to 5-0-1.

"Obviously it's exciting to see any player get a hat trick in a game", Kings coach John Stevens said.

Kings: Head out on their longest trip of the season, a six-game, 11-day trek that starts Saturday in Columbus and ends in St. Louis. "It's a special feeling to be back and I appreciate being here".

Goal-less second period: There were no goals in the second period, but Montoya was busy in the Canadiens net, making 17 saves. It was the first goal of the season for Byron and Andrew Shaw also picked up his first point of the season with an assist on the play.

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Cammalleri was a healthy scratch the previous two games.

"This is tough right now", Montoya said.

Just when it seemed the Kings' unblemished start to the season would be punctured, it regenerated like an iguana growing a new tail.

It was Montreal's sixth loss in a row and it was the third time in the sequence they failed to score more than one goal on at least 35 shots. He knocked in a loose puck in the third period for a 3-1 lead midway through the third period. Just before the puck landed, Cammalleri swiped it into the left side of the net for his first goal of the season.

When Jake Muzzin's pass was tipped into the air, Cammalleri swatted the puck floating a foot above the ice past Montoya to tie the game. "He looks like a guy who should be able to score and to see him have success at this level".

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