Craig Anderson made 40 saves, and the Buffalo Sabres exploded for six third-period goals in a 6-0 shutout of the visiting Los Angeles Kings on Tuesday.The game was scoreless until Tage Thompson’s power-play marker at 1:21 of the third period. That tally opened the floodgates for the 14th six-goal period in Sabres history, and the second such outburst within the last week. Buffalo also had six goals in the first period of its 9-4 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets on Dec. 7.Thompson had two goals and an assist, and Dylan Cozens recorded three assists. In other multi-point performances, Victor Olofsson and Alex Tuch each collected a goal and an assist and Rasmus Asplund had two assists.Peyton Krebs and JJ Peterka scored Buffalo’s other two goals.Buffalo ended a two-game (0-1-1) winless streak with its first shutout of the season, and Anderson’s first shutout in three seasons. Anderson’s last shutout was on March 26, 2019, when the veteran goalie was a member of the Ottawa Senators.The Kings are 1-2-1 in their last four games, with their only two shutout losses of the season coming during this stretch.