April 23 postgame notes
-The Kings finished with a 1-1-1 record against the Wild. Since Minnesota joined the league in 2000-01, Los Angeles was held without a win at Xcel Energy Center in only three seasons: 2006-07, 2007-08 and 2012-13. Six of the last seven games between the Kings and Wild in St. Paul have been decided by one goal.
-The Kings are winless on the road in April (0-3-2) and have three wins in 12 road games (3-6-3) since the beginning of March.
-Jonathan Bernier’s shutout streak over Minnesota ended at 89:06 with Charlie Coyle’s first period goal.
-The Kings have killed off 17 consecutive power plays over the last 7 games. They are 49-for-54 on the penalty kill (90.7%) over the last 19 games.
-The Kings’ eight-game power play goal scoring streak ended with a 0-for-1 performance. They did not record a power play shot on goal.
-Minnesota out-hit Los Angeles 24-17. Kyle Brodziak and Cal Clutterbuck tied with a game-high six hits. Jordan Nolan (three hits) was the only King who registered more than two hits.
-Ryan Suter logged 32:17 of ice time for Minnesota, marking the third-highest TOI of his career. He has logged more than 30 minutes five times in the Wild’s last nine games.
-Drew Doughty logged 28:09 of ice time to lead Los Angeles. Anze Kopitar’s 21:14 of ice time ranked second on the Kings.