Jonathan Quick made 32 saves in his return from a groin injury, and Tyler Toffoli scored two of the Kings’ four third-period goals in a 4-1 victory over the Ducks at Staples Center on Saturday. 

Quick missed 59 games after injuring the groin in the first period of the season opener Oct. 12 against San Jose, and his return was complimented by a timely end to the Kings’ recent offensive power outage. 

Dustin Brown added his 10th goal of the season, and Jeff Carter scored an empty-net goal, securing a much-needed two points in the Kings’ chase for a wild card in the Western Conference after losing four of their previous five games. 

Andrew Cogliano scored, and Jonathan Bernier made 29 saves for the Ducks. They head into the bye week alternating wins and losses over their last nine games.

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