— Anze Kopitar had a game-high four points (all assists) while Jack Johnson had two goals and one assist. Five other Kings had multi-point nights, and goals went to Wayne Simmonds, Dustin Brown, Michal Handzus, Andrei Loktionov, Kyle Clifford and Ryan Smyth.
— In the battle of the rookie defensemen, Jake Muzzin was paired with Jack Johnson while Thomas Hickey was paired with Davis Drewiske. Hickey played 16:06, including 2:48 on the power play, had a minus-1 rating, two hits and two blocked shots. Muzzin played 20:14, including 3:20 on the power play, had a minus-1 rating, one shot on goal, two hits and three blocked shots.
— In the battle of the rookie centers, Loktionov had a goal, an assist and three shots on goal in 14:41 but lost 7 of 8 faceoffs. Schenn, in 14:41, had a high-profile fight, plus one shot on goal and lost 6 of 11 faceoffs.
— Jonathan Quick stopped 24 of 27 shots for the Kings, including 16 of 17 in a busy second period.
— The Kings outshot the Ducks 42-27, including 23-7 in the first period and 14-3 in the third period.
— The Kings went 4-for-7 on the power play, including a 5-on-3 goal, and went 3-for-3 on the penalty kill.
— Faceoffs continue to be a sticking point for the Kings, as they won only 23 of 60 (38 percent).
— Johnson and Alexei Ponikarovsky tied for the team high with six shots on goal. Johnson and Brown each had three hits. Muzzin had three blocked shots. Johnson played a game-high 25:32 while Kopitar led all Kings forwards at 20:50.
— There were two fights in the game, with Kevin Westgarth and George Parros in the first periods — two Princeton minds exchanging fists — and Brayden Schenn and Luca Sbisa in the third period. Drew Doughty and Bobby Ryan also received matching double-minor roughing penalties in the third period.
— The Kings are scheduled to report to the practice facility at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow. No official word on whether there will be on-ice practice.