March 16 postgame notes
-The Kings have played in 21 consecutive games without heading to overtime, the longest non-OT stretch since finishing 22 consecutive games in regulation time between January 27 and March 14, 2003.
-The Kings have won 10 of their last 14 games (out-scoring opponents 51-35) and 12 of their last 17 games (out-scoring opponents 59-40).
-The Kings have won nine of their last 10 home games and are 10-2-1 overall at home. The best 13-game start at home is 12-1-0, set in 1992-93.
-The Kings are 10-1-1 when scoring first.
-The Kings have scored four-or-more goals in six of their last 12 games.
-The Kings and their opponents have combined for an average of seven goals per game over the last nine games.
-Jonathan Bernier has allowed one or two goals in six of his seven starts. He has not lost a game he has started this season – both of his losses came in relief. He has stopped 147 of the last 158 shots he has faced (.930).
-Kyle Clifford had his first career multi-goal game in the win.
-12 different Kings recorded points in the win.
-The Kings ended a three-game winless streak (0-1-2) against the Sharks.
-The Kings are currently 1-2-0 in their six consecutive games against Pacific Division foes.
-The three power plays represented the fewest combined power plays between the Kings and their opponents in one game this season.
Sunday practice: 12pm at Toyota Sports Center