April 13 postgame notes
-Los Angeles (2-1-1) won the season series with Anaheim (2-2-0). Excluding shootout goals, the Kings outscored the Ducks 14-13 in the series. Saturday’s game was the only game between these teams this season in which the teams combined for fewer than seven goals.
-The Kings have won five straight over the Ducks at Staples Center (since Nov. 16, 2011) and are 10-1-3 at home against Anaheim since the start of the 2008-09 season.
-Dustin Brown (4-2=6), Drew Doughty (2-4=6) and Anze Kopitar (0-6=6) tied for the scoring lead in the season series. Nick Bonino (3-1=4) led the Ducks in scoring against the Kings.
-The Kings are 21-9-2 in their last 32 games.
-The Kings’ 24-14-4 record is the fourth-best 42-game mark in club history.
-The Kings’ 16-4-1 record at home is the best 21-game home mark in club history.
-The Kings are 18-2-2 when scoring first.
-The Kings are 103-1-11 in the last 115 games when leading after two periods (since April 4, 2009).
-Mike Richards has points in six straight games (3-4=7).
-Drew Doughty has six points in the last six games (4-2=6).
-Jonathan Quick has stopped 45-of-48 shots the last two games and is now 13-5-2 lifetime vs. Anaheim.
Sunday, April 14 is a recovery day. The Kings’ next practice will be at 10:00 am at Toyota Sports Center on Monday, April 15 prior to the flight to San Jose.