May 14 postgame notes
-Jonathan Quick earned his sixth career playoff shutout, a franchise record. Two of his playoff shutouts have come against San Jose. The other shutout over the Sharks was recorded in a 4-0 road win on April 16, 2011.
-Quick has now stopped 202 of 212 shots in seven playoff games this year, good for a .953 Sv%.
-Quick’s 25 career playoff wins place him one behind Kelly Hrudey for the most all-time playoff wins by a Los Angeles goaltender.
-The Kings have won five straight playoff games. They have won all four playoff home games – a club record for consecutive home playoff wins – and have won 11 consecutive at home, dating back to the regular season. The Kings’ last home loss was a 1-0 setback to Vancouver on March 23. The Kings are 23-4-1 overall at home this season.
-The longest regular season home winning streak is 12 games, set between October 10 and December 5, 1992.
-In their 11-game home winning streak, the Kings have held their opponent scoreless in the first period 10 times.
-The Kings have an all-time record of 17-24 in Game 1s.
-When winning Game 1 of a playoff series, the Kings have won 10 of 16 series.
-Slava Voynov recorded his first career multi-point game in the playoffs. He leads the Kings with a plus-7 postseason rating.
-Mike Richards has six points (1-5=6) in the last four games.
-Slava Voynov led all skaters with 23:54 TOI.
-The Kings won 31-of-64 faceoffs. Mike Richards and Jarret Stoll were 6-of-11, while Jeff Carter was 6-of-12. Anze Kopitar was 9-of-22. For San Jose, Logan Couture – who was 68.2% at the faceoff dot in the Vancouver series – was a game-best 11-of-18.
The Kings have scheduled a practice at the Toyota Sports Center at 11:00 am on Wednesday, May 15.