Quick records 10th career playoff shutout as Kings roll past Oilers, pull even in series_freckle removal gel

Quick records 10th career playoff shutout as Kings roll past Oilers, pull even in seriesJonathan Quick stopped all 31 shots he faced and the L.A. Kings rebounded from a pair of lopsided losses to blank the Edmonton Oilers 4-0 in Game 4 of their first-round playoff series on Sunday.

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Gemma Karstens-Smith · The Canadian Press(Mark J. Terrill/The Associated Press)

Jay Woodcroft says his Edmonton Oilers simply need to be better.

After posting a pair of lopsided wins and taking a 2-1 lead in their first-round playoff series against the Kings, the Oilers faltered Sunday, falling 4-0 to L.A. in Game 4.

It's no surprise that L.A. rebounded with a big push, said Woodcroft, Edmonton's head coach.

"I think they're a competitive hockey team any time they play and that's not unexpected," he said. "We know the level we have to compete at and we certainly have more to give. To a man we can all be better."

Edmonton outscored L.A. 16-2 in Games 2 and 3 but couldn't get a single puck past Jonathan Quick on Sunday.

WATCH | Oilers have no answer for Quick in loss to Kings:

Grundstrom and the Kings shut down Oilers, even series at 2-2

14 hours agoDuration 2:57Carl Grundstrom's two goals helped Los Angeles shut out Edmonton 4-0, as the series is now tied 2-2.TEAM PAGE: Los Angeles Kings

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