LOS ANGELES – Nikita Sherbach scored in his debut for Los Angeles Kings, winning 5: 1 against Vegas Golden Knights at Staples Center on Saturday.
Scrabak was declared a denial by Montreal Canadians on Dec. 2.
Derek Forbort had purpose and help, Jake Mussin had two assists and Jonathan Burke did 29 saves for Los Angeles (11-18-1) who lost two rights.
Oscar Lindberg marked and Mark-Andre Fleury make 20 saves for Vegas (16-14-1), which is 7-2-0 in the last nine games.
It was the first game for kings ever since Drew Duddy called the season "disturbing" and that the team "played with a lack of emotions".
Matt Luf gave Los Angeles 2: 1 at 12:30 from the second period with the goal of the "power of play", noting once in the slot for the tick-tact-finger pass Brendan Lacy and Adrian Kempes.
Video: VGK @ LAK: Luff holds one-time for PPG
Jeff Carter make it 3-1 at 16:46. He caught Fleury from position and sent the puck back into the fold where he hit the right skate of the defender of Golden Knights Nate Schmidt and diverted to.
Forbort increased his lead by 4: 1 at 2:48 of the third period of shot from the point passing Fleury.
Nate Thompson he made it 5-1 at 18:33, marking a one-hour play from Cross-ice pass from Muzzin.
Lindbergh gave the Golden Knights 1: 0 at 4:23 of the first period with their first goal of the season. After fast retention Thomas NoseckLindberg handled his opponent and scored five holes.
Scrabblack tied him to 1-1 at 8:12, shooting between Schmitt's legs and a straight with the glove.
Kings ahead Kyle Clifford left the match after hitting the upper end of the field during the second period Pierre-Edward Bellemaire,