SEATTLE -- Matty Beniers and Eeli Tolvanen each had a goal and two assists for the Seattle Kraken, who ended their eight-game skid with a 4-0 win against the Anaheim Ducks at Climate Pledge Arena on Tuesday.

Oliver Bjorkstrand and Jordan Eberle also scored, and Joey Daccord stopped all 12 of the shots he faced for the Kraken (29-29-13), who were 0-6-2 in their past eight. It was Daccord’s third NHL shutout, each of which has come this season.

“That’s what winning does, right?” Seattle coach Dave Hakstol said of the improved mood in the locker room after the game. “There's only one way to get to that feeling, and you have to do the work. You've got to grind through. I mean, it's been a long haul here over the last 7-10 days."

John Gibson made 32 saves for the Ducks (24-44-4), who are 1-8-1 in their past 10 games.

“I felt we were just flat to start,” Anaheim forward Troy Terry said. “Someone told me they hadn’t won in a while. You could tell they were just hungrier than we were, and it’s unacceptable to start the game like that.

“Whatever the reasons were, I just thought they kind of jumped out early and kind of dictated the game, which led to us taking too many penalties because they had the puck. Once you kind of get in that cycle, it’s hard to break out of.”

ANA@SEA: Tolvanen wires in the backdoor feed from Beniers

Tolvanen gave Seattle a 1-0 lead at 7:50 of the first period with a one-timer from the slot off a pass from Beniers from below the goal line.

“He's just a really smart player,” Beniers said of Tolvanen. “So, he does a really good job of reading the play and reading off me and [Bjorkstrand] and being in good spots.”

Eberle made it 2-0 with a power-play goal at 16:51 when his centering pass from the left side of the net deflected off defenseman William Lagesson’s skate and over Gibson’s right shoulder.

"They wanted the puck more, they outskated us and they won all the puck battles,” Anaheim coach Greg Cronin said. “We stood around and watched. It was completely unacceptable.”

Bjorkstrand pushed it to 3-0 with another power-play goal at 5:08 of the second period. Tolvanen’s centering pass deflected off defenseman Pavel Mintyukov’s skate and found Bjorkstrand in the slot for a one-timer past Gibson.

Beniers made it 4-0 at 15:55 with a one-timer from the right face-off circle off a return pass from Tolvanen on a 3-on-1 rush.

“[Beniers is] an unbelievable player,” Tolvanen said. “Every time he touches the puck, you have to get open. ... It's not a coincidence he won the Calder [Trophy] last year."

ANA@SEA: Beniers nets it post and in, stretching the lead to 4-0

NOTE: Logan Morrison made his NHL debut for the Kraken after being recalled from Coachella Valley of the American Hockey League on Sunday. The forward had three shots on goal in 14:21 of ice time. “It was a pretty special experience,” Morrison said. “Before [the game], I expected a lot, and it definitely exceeded that. The fans were unbelievable, it's such a nice rink and I had a great time."