Jack Campbell makes 40 saves for 1st NHL Shutout vs Montreal

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Jack Campbell makes 40 saves for 1st NHL Shutout vs Montreal

October 12, 2018 11:42 am

MONTREAL, QB – Jack Campbell made 40 saves for his first NHL shutout for the Los Angeles Kings in a 3-0 win against the Montreal Canadiens in their home opener at Bell Centre on Thursday.

“I thought he was really seeing the puck well, he was really tracking it well,” Los Angeles coach John Stevens said. “It really kind of stabilizes your team, especially on the road when a team like Montreal comes hard. So he was terrific tonight.”

Jeff Carter had a goal and two assists, and Adrian Kempe and Michael Amadio scored for the Kings (2-1-1).

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