Parise reaches 700 points, Wild top Kings 3-1

Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jack Campbell, left, deflects a shot by Minnesota Wild left wing Zach Parise during the first period of an NHL hockey gam

Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jack Campbell, left, deflects a shot by Minnesota Wild left wing Zach Parise during the first period of an NHL hockey gam

Minnesota Wild right wing Nino Niederreiter (22), of Switzerland, celebrates his goal with defenseman Matt Dumba (24) during the first period of an NH

Minnesota Wild right wing Nino Niederreiter (22), of Switzerland, celebrates his goal with defenseman Matt Dumba (24) during the first period of an NH

Minnesota Wild center Eric Fehr, left, battles for the puck with Los Angeles Kings center Trevor Lewis, right, during the third period of an NHL hocke

Minnesota Wild center Eric Fehr, left, battles for the puck with Los Angeles Kings center Trevor Lewis, right, during the third period of an NHL hocke

Minnesota Wild defenseman Jared Spurgeon (46) takes the puck away from Los Angeles Kings center Jeff Carter (77) during the second period of an NHL ho

Minnesota Wild defenseman Jared Spurgeon (46) takes the puck away from Los Angeles Kings center Jeff Carter (77) during the second period of an NHL ho

Minnesota Wild left wing Zach Parise (11) is congratulated by teammates, including defenseman Ryan Suter (20), after his goal during the second period

Minnesota Wild left wing Zach Parise (11) is congratulated by teammates, including defenseman Ryan Suter (20), after his goal during the second period

Los Angeles Kings center Anze Kopitar (11), of Slovenia, clears the puck under pressure from Minnesota Wild right wing Nino Niederreiter (22), of Swit

Los Angeles Kings center Anze Kopitar (11), of Slovenia, clears the puck under pressure from Minnesota Wild right wing Nino Niederreiter (22), of Swit

Minnesota Wild defenseman Nick Seeler, right, clears the puck away from Los Angeles Kings center Adrian Kempe, left, of Sweden, during the second peri

Minnesota Wild defenseman Nick Seeler, right, clears the puck away from Los Angeles Kings center Adrian Kempe, left, of Sweden, during the second peri

Minnesota Wild defenseman Matt Dumba, right, collides with Los Angeles Kings left wing Tanner Pearson during the second period of an NHL hockey game i

Minnesota Wild defenseman Matt Dumba, right, collides with Los Angeles Kings left wing Tanner Pearson during the second period of an NHL hockey game i

Minnesota Wild right wing Nino Niederreiter, left, of Switzerland, scores as Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jack Campbell, right, center Trevor Lewis, s

Minnesota Wild right wing Nino Niederreiter, left, of Switzerland, scores as Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jack Campbell, right, center Trevor Lewis, s

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Zach Parise had a goal and an assist to reach 700 points in his NHL career, leading the Minnesota Wild to a 3-1 win over the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday night.

Nico Niederreiter scored on the power play and Devan Dubnyk made 27 saves for the Wild, who have won eight of 10.

Jake Muzzin had a goal and Jack Campbell stopped 21 shots, but the Kings were unable to put together their first three-game winning streak of the season.

Parise put the Wild ahead 2-1 at 14:42 of the second period, getting his 700th point in 887 career games. Parise is the fifth NHL player born in Minnesota with 700 points, and his 339 career goals are the most among active American-born players.

The Kings got a power play with 1:54 remaining and pulled Campbell for an extra attacker with 1:15 to go, but Mikael Granlund added an empty-net goal at 19:57.

The Wild tied it 1-all on Niederreiter's power-play goal at 14:23 of the first period. Niederreiter had gone 22 regular-season games between goals dating back to the end of the 2017-18 season before scoring on a wrist shot in the paint off a pass by Parise.

The Wild have scored a power-play goal in five of their past six games, going 7 for 23 since Oct. 27.

Muzzin's first goal of the season gave the Kings a 1-0 lead at 4:42. Muzzin took the puck from his own zone all the way down the ice and scored on a wrist shot from the left circle.

Alec Martinez got his third assist in the past two games.

The Kings held a moment of silence prior to the game to honor the 12 people killed in a mass shooting at a bar in Thousand Oaks on Wednesday. Both teams held up signs that said "Enough" and wore stickers on their helmets that said the same.

NOTES: Wild C Eric Staal returned to the lineup after not playing against San Jose on Tuesday because of illness. ... The Wild scratched RW Matt Read, D Nate Prosser and C Matt Hendricks. Hendricks has not practiced the past two days after playing against the Sharks, when he made his return after missing seven games because of a lower-body injury. ... The Kings scratched D Paul LaDue and C Michael Amadio.

UP NEXT

Wild: Continue their seven-game road trip at Anaheim on Friday.

Kings: Host the Calgary Flames on Saturday.

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