ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP)_ Craig Johnson scored for Los Angeles 13:46 into the game, Pavel Trnka countered with an Anaheim goal less than two minutes later, and that ended the scoring as the Kings and Mighty Ducks skated to a 1-1 tie Friday night.

Anaheim outshot Los Angeles 35-20, including 5-1 in the overtime.

Mighty Ducks goalie Guy Hebert faced 15 fewer shots than did Jamie Storr, his Kings counterpart, but Hebert was forced to make more spectacular saves, including several times when he smothered the puck with heavy traffic in the crease.

Storr, however, came up with several good saves in the overtime, with the puck in Los Angeles' end for most of the extra period.

Johnson's goal, his third, came when Aki Berg fired a shot from the top of the left circle, and Johnson, parked in front of the goal, raised his stick and ticked the puck, redirecting it past Hebert.

Trnka, a defenseman, scored his second goal of the season on a slapshot from the left circle. Steve Rucchin set up the score, flipping the puck to Trnka from behind the goal line.

Although Anaheim was on the attack most of the second period, outshooting Los Angeles 14-5, the Mighty Ducks couldn't capitalize. They also had a two-man advantage for 29 seconds, but got off only a couple of weak shots.

Both teams seemed to slow in the third period, with their defense setting the tone.

The game drew a lively crowd of 17,174, the Mighty Ducks' first sellout since their home opener.

Anaheim leads the all-time series against Los Angeles 15-13-6.