Six Kings scored goals during a 6-2 rout of the defenseless Calgary Flames on Saturday night at Staples Center. Two had three points apiece in the team's eighth victory in its last 10 games. The goaltender needed to make only 17 saves in a bounce-back performance.

Jeff Carter, Jake Muzzin, Trevor Lewis, Justin Williams, Anze Kopitar and Colin Fraser scored for the Kings. Slava Voynov matched his career high with three assists, Williams added two assists and goalie Jonathan Quick made 17 saves in a winning return to the Kings' net.

So, naturally, the Kings were all smiles after winning so handily, right?

Of course not.

They won in comprehensive fashion, but their game was far from complete.

"We're still trying to play a complete game," Kings coach Darryl Sutter said. "We're coming off a game when we didn't, and the game prior to that we had to score (four) goals in the third period, which you're not going to do very often. Or ever again."