CALGARY, Alberta -- Sean Monahan joined some pretty exclusive company Wednesday night.
It's the first time a Calgary rookie has scored 21 goals in a single season since Jarome Iginla in 1996-97.
"It's pretty cool," Monahan said. "Obviously, he was a big part of this team and this franchise. To be there, it's pretty special. It's an honor."
Monahan already has five shootout goals on eight shots -- four of them have been winners -- which is tied for third in the NHL. In his career, Iginla had only 10 shootout goals on 42 attempts.
"I just try and find something that's open. I've had a couple of the same goals but I've changed it up the last couple times," said Monahan, who put the Flames ahead after the teams were tied 1-all after three shooters. "I'm getting more confident, I guess, in being in that situation."
Ramo also had a big stop in overtime as Jarret Stoll tried to jam the puck over the goalie's outstretched pad but couldn't despite repeated attempts.
"In the past weeks, he's been our best player, and when your goalie is the best player, I think it's an easy thing to figure out," Flames coach Bob Hartley said. "He's going to give your team lots of confidence. ... When they tied the game 3-3, no one panicked, everybody stayed in the game."
Starting for the ninth time in the past 10 games since coming back from a knee injury, Ramo had a shutout streak of more than 124 minutes before the Kings got on the scoreboard.
It was also the Flames' 49th one-goal game, which ties the 2010-11 Florida Panthers for the most in NHL history.
"We're very optimistic," Hartley said. "I'm unbelievably proud of my group, but at the same time, come next September, we're going to still be a team that missed the playoffs in the past year and we'll have to find a way to be better and more consistent."
"The adversity coming back down from 3-0 is positive but being down 3-0 is not going to cut it," Kings captain Dustin Brown said.
After Stajan put the Flames ahead 3-0 with 4:32 left in the second period, the Kings pulled within one 1:27 later as Stoll and Kopitar scored 24 seconds apart.
Stoll started it with a deflection of Slava Voynov's point shot at 16:09. Kopitar then scored his 26th as he took the puck in front of the net, carried it behind the net and back out the other side, then made a slick move to elude Monahan as he curled into the slot to zip a backhand past Ramo.
Los Angeles then tied it with 7:42 left in the third. After Calgary rookie winger Bryce Van Brabant's clearing attempt was intercepted at the Flames' blue line, Jake Muzzin's shot was deflected in by King, who was screening Ramo.
"It's just getting pucks to the net. It was a nice tip. It was a good play by our D-man to get it through," King said. "Once you get a spark like that, things turned around for us."
It was the 15th goal of the season for King and his third in his past four games.
Calgary opened the scoring when Galiardi scored the lone goal of the first period with 8:02 remaining.
Monahan then put a shot past Jonathan Quick to make it 2-0 at 4:00 of the second period.
The Flames took advantage of another Kings turnover to surge in front by three as Stajan had a bouncing puck come to him and scored his 14th of the season.
"We had a lot of snowball games early in the year," Galiardi said. "We'd let one in, and before we knew it, there would be four. We've gotten better at managing our emotions and coming together and sticking together when we let in a few, and that's why we've been handling adversity better."
Quick faced only 18 shots.
There were no penalties on either team in the game. For the Kings, it was the first time that had happened since Feb. 19, 1977. That had never happened for the Flames since the team moved to Calgary. ... Kings D Drew Doughty (shoulder) and D Robyn Regehr each missed their second game as they nurse minor ailments. ... Stajan (personal) returned after missing three games. ... Flames LW Paul Byron (personal) missed his fourth game. ... The Kings had won six games in a row in Calgary.