Ryan Getzlaf had the Ducks' goal.
Playing their first game with new coach Marc Crawford, the Kings
used four power-play goals to spoil the home debut for the new look
Ducks, who aside from dropping "Mighty" from their name have new
uniforms and a new logo.
After Avery scored on a rebound 8:02 in, Dallman drilled a
50-foot slap shot past Anaheim starting goalie Michael Leighton
during a power play 3:45 later to make it 2-0.
Getzlaf beat Kings starter Mathieu Garon with a shot from the
right circle 58 seconds into the middle period to draw Anaheim
within a goal. But Dallman assisted on a deflected power-play goal
by Moulson at 7:55 of the frame, and netted his second of the game
5:05 later to push the lead to 4-1.
The Kings scored four goals against Ilya Bryzgalov, who replaced
Leighton midway through the second period.
Dallman was a free agent signed to a two-year deal by new Kings
general manager Dean Lombardi on July 10.
The teams will meet in Los Angeles next Monday before opening
the season in Anaheim on October 6.