LOS ANGELES (AP) — Calgary Flames goalie David Rittich was more than happy to share the credit after getting his first career shutout.
It was a perfectly reasonable position from Rittich after seeing the hard work put in on both ends of the ice by defenseman Travis Hamonic and the Flames.
Rittich stopped 21 shots and Hamonic scored to help the Flames to a 1-0 win over the Los Angeles Kings on Saturday night.
“I get a shutout, but they didn’t have too much because our team played pretty good,” said Rittich, who has won three straight starts and five of his past six. “I have to say thank you to the locker room because they played really good.”
The Flames have won five of their past six games.
Jack Campbell made 35 saves for the Kings, who have been held to one goal or fewer…