March 9 postgame notes
-The Kings are 10-3-0 in their last 13 games, outscoring their opponents 46-28. In four games this week, they scored 19 goals against Nashville, St. Louis, Dallas and Calgary.
-The Kings have won seven of their last eight at Staples Center and are 8-2-1 overall at home.
-The Kings’ +4.6 SOG differential is second-best in the league. Only Boston’s 4.9 (32.0 SOG for / 27.1 SOG against) is better.
-The Kings have appeared in 17 consecutive games without heading to overtime. This is the longest one-season non-OT stretch since the team went 22 games without heading to overtime in 2002-03. The team also appeared in 17 consecutive games without heading to OT between 3/17/07 and 10/14/07, spread over parts of two seasons.
-The Kings won 32 of 69 faceoffs (46%). Mike Cammalleri won 16 of 24 faceoffs for Calgary. No other player took more than 20 faceoffs (Jarret Stoll; 8-for-20).
-Jeff Carter has goals in four straight games (6-0=6) and 13 goals in the last 13 games.
-Slava Voynov recorded his second three-assist game of the week. He has 10 points (2-8=10) in the last eight games.
-Jake Muzzin has three goals in the last three games, six points (4-2=6) in the last seven games, and is tied with Justin Schultz of Edmonton in rookie defensive goal scoring with five goals. He is a plus-7 in the last four games.
-Dustin Penner extended his career-high assist streak to five games (0-5=5).
-Trevor Lewis recorded his career-high fourth goal tonight.
-Colin Fraser recorded a game-high six shots on goal and had a goal, an assist, a plus-2 rating and won six of eight faceoffs in 11:00 of ice time.
The Kings are not practicing on Sunday.