The Kings got into penalty trouble in the first, and the high-paced Steelers made them pay for it scoring twice, as they led 2-0 after 20.
The Steelers added three goals in the second period to take a 5-0 lead after 40.
The Steelers upped their lead to 6-0, then Riese Gaber scored his 12th of the year, with Jaymes Knee picking up an assist.
Offensively, three Steelers had two goals including Connor Barley who scored the game-tying goal two weeks ago as the Steelers move to 2-0 against the Kings this year.
The Steelers outshot the Kings, 31-18
The Kings are back in action tomorrow as they head to Winnipeg to take on the Blues.