Brodie, scored his first of the season on the power play from Jiri Hudler and Lee Stempniak with only thirty seconds remaining in the contest as the Flames improved to 4-2-2 on the season with the victory.
With 2:12 remaining in the game, Kings' superstar Anze Kopitar hooked down Flames defenseman Dennis Wideman to give the Flames the man advantage in the final minutes of regulation time.
For Brodie it was only his fifth goal of his National Hockey League career, and third game winning goal. However the first two (in a 5-2 win over the Minnesota Wild on November 27, 2011 and in a 6-3 win over the New Jersey Devils on January 10, 2012) simply were not as dramatic.
Monday was also a special evening for Flames forward Michael Cammalleri. The Flames veteran played in his first game of the season after missing the first seven games because of a hand injury, and recorded a multi-point game (one goal and one assist) against his former team. Mark Giordano and Hudler also recorded multi-point games for the Flames with two assists.
Rookie Sean Monahan scored again for the Flames as he notched his sixth of the season on the power play.
Goaltender Karri Ramo recorded his first victory in a Flames uniform as he made 27 saves. Expect Joey MacDonald to be the goaltender for the Flames on Tuesday when they face the Phoenix Coyotes.