Sports Update for Friday, Dec. 13

HOCKEY LA Kings snap 11-game road skid, hold off rival Ducks 2-1 ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — The Kings hadn't won outside of Los Angeles in more than seven weeks. Their streak of road futility is finally over, even if they didn't venture very far away from LA to get it done. Jeff Carter and Matt Luff scored, Jonathan Quick made 36 saves and the Kings snapped their 11-game road winless skid Thursday night with a 2-1 victory over the Anaheim Ducks in the second Freeway Faceoff of the season. Tyler Toffoli had two assists for the Kings, who had been 0-10-1 away from home since their last road win Oct. 22 in Winnipeg. Los Angeles has won just three road games all year, but its six-game road trip got off to a solid start just 30 miles south of Staples Center on the I-5. "I don't even want to
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