Brad Richardson scored twice and Dustin Brown also recorded a goal for the Kings, whose loss -- coupled with the Phoenix Coyotes' victory over Anaheim Saturday -- put them into a statistical tie with the Coyotes with 91 points atop the Pacific Division.
The Kings, however, still held first place with three games remaining due to a head-to-head tiebreaker.
Jonathan Bernier turned aside 20 shots for Los Angeles.
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