Brooks Orpik is not easily impressed.

His Penguins managed that with a 4-1 victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday night at Staples Center.

The Kings managed to send through only 31 of 50 attempted shots — and 12 of those came in the final period, when the final score was already determined.

“We gave up one breakaway in the third, but besides that I don't think we gave up one odd-man rush,” Orpik said. “We were just responsible. From the top to the bottom of the lineup, we just thought defense-first, and against a team like that, you have to do it because they are so responsible.”

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