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Mike Cammalleri's goal late in the 3rd period lifts Flames to 2-1 victory over Kings

Sunday, 12.01.2013 / 1:05 AM The Canadian Press

LOS ANGELES, Calif. - Michael Cammalleri scored with 23 seconds remaining and the Calgary Flames got a 2-1 victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Saturday night.

Cammalleri beat Ben Scrivens with a short backhand from the edge of the crease after getting the puck from Mikael Backlund. It was the 10th goal for the former Kings forward, making him the first Calgary player to reach double digits. The veteran centre spent his first five NHL seasons with the Kings.

Blair Jones had a short-handed goal during a 5-minute penalty kill in the second period for Calgary.

Karri Ramo made five of his 21 saves during the Kings' long power play, helping end a string of 11 consecutive games in which the Kings gained at least one point in the standings.

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