Carter added two more goals for the Kings less than five minutes apart a short while later.
Peter Budaj turned aside all 19 shots he faced in Tuesday's 7-0 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs.
The Kings are 1-5 in their last 6 road games and 4-1 in their last 5 games following a win.
"We've played like that for quite a while, sometimes you get some scoring, sometimes you don't", Sutter said. "That gets overlooked. So to play the historic teams is something I look forward to, always playing in those Canadian cities". He's now won three games in a row and he has an impressive overall record of 7-3-0 this season.
"They taught us a lesson tonight", Leafs centre Nazem Kadri said. With the Kings winning most puck battles and the Leafs defence alternating between retreating and turning the puck over, it was a disaster from the outset.
Dustin Brown, Tanner Pearson, Tyler Toffoli, Kyle Clifford and Dwight King also scored for the Kings.
"I think everyone kind of got the message, if we're not going to skate during the game we're going to skate the next day", Gardiner said. I thought we'd be ready to play today. He has two shutouts this season and 13 in his career.
The loss was every bit as ugly as the final score suggested, a dominating display by one team vs. a non-competitive effort by the losing one. Nearly two minutes later, Toffoli finished off an odd-man rush for the 3-0 lead. "Just makes you a better player at the end". The guys did a great job in front of me and they kept the shots to a minimum. Now, while Toronto doesn't need to make a trade, it doesn't mean they shouldn't.
Toronto goalie Frederik Andersen allowed four goals on 26 shots, and then Jhonas Enroth came on and made 14 saves.
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Now, authorities say Erickson could be in another vehicle: a gray 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee BGT9579 with a ladder on top. Responding to a disturbance call Tuesday afternoon, officers got into a confrontation with Daniel Erickson.
The Kings took a 5-0 lead after two periods.
Quick suffered a groin injury in the first period of the Kings' first game of the season October 12 and is not expected to return until January. They came with brand new logos, too, and they've looked pretty good so far. "They showed us that we have a long way to go".
Should the Leafs manage another victory on Tuesday night against the visiting Kings, it would match a streak not witnessed in two years.
"Obviously, L.A.'s plan is to wear you down and make you make mistakes", Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock said Monday. Anze Kopitar set him up for shot from the left slot. They are tied for the league lead in five-on-five shot attempts and will try to keep firing against a Kings team that consistently surrenders fewer than 30 shots per game.
Carter scored his second against Enroth on a bank shot from a spot behind and to the side of the Leafs' net.
NOTES: Kings G Jeff Zatkoff (groin) was reinstated from injured reserve and Los Angeles sent G Jack Campbell to their Ontario (Calif.) AHL team. Campbell had one appearance, playing the third period of the 4-0 loss to the Anaheim Ducks on November 1.
That work will continue in a couple of practice days (that Babcock referred to as "doing our penance") before weekend back-to-backs at home to Philadelphia on Friday than off to Pittsburgh to face Sidney Crosby and the Penguins on Saturday.
Kings: Play at Montreal on Thursday night.