Game summary: Los Angeles 5, Dallas 2
The Dallas Stars lost their third straight game and dropped to 5-4-0 on the season after falling 5-2 to the Los Angeles Kings Thursday night. Brad Richards and Brandon Segal scored for the Stars. Kari Lehtonen got the start and gave up four goals on 15 shots. He was pulled in the third period and replaced by Andrew Raycroft, who stopped all eight shots he faced.
The Stars are 0-3-0 in the first three games of their six-game homestand.
The Stars have 99 shots over their last three games, but only four goals.
The Stars outshot the Kings 32-24.
The Stars were 1-6 on the power play and are 2-25 on the power play over the last six games.
The Stars won 33 of 68 (49 percent) faceoffs in the game.
Steve Ott won 8 of 12 faceoffs and Adam Burish won 5 of 6.
Philip Larsen picked up an assist in the game, his first of the season and the second of his NHL career.
Thursday's attendance was 11,306.
Scratches: Barch, Woywitka, Robidas(suspended)
Power play units
Penalty kill units