May 16 postgame notes
-The Kings have won six straight playoff games. The club record is eight, set between Game 5 of the Vancouver series and Game 3 of the Phoenix series last season.
-The Kings have won a club record five straight playoff games at home. If last season’s home playoff record is considered, they have won six straight playoff games at home.
-Including the regular season, the Kings have won 12 straight at home. They are 24-4-1 overall at home this season. The only other time the Kings won 12 straight at home was between October 10 and December 5, 1992.
-The Kings are 18-24 all-time in Game 2s. When winning Game 2, the Kings have 11-of-17 playoff series.
-The Kings have led a best-of-seven series 2-0 five other times and were 4-1 in those series.
-The Kings have killed 22-of-24 penalties in the playoffs, a 91.7% success rate.
-Jonathan Quick won his 26th career playoff game to tie Kelly Hrudey for the club record.
-Jeff Carter has six points in the last five games (4-2=6).
-Mike Richards has seven points in the last five games (1-6=7).
-Tyler Toffoli earned his first career playoff point and took five shots in the win. He recorded 2:28 of power play ice time.
-Justin Williams’ last shift came with over six minutes remaining in the third period.
-Alec Martinez was a minus-3 in the win, though the Kings are 6-0 since he rejoined the lineup.
-The Kings won 21-of-65 faceoffs (32%). The best regular performers were Colin Fraser (3-of-5) and Anze Kopitar (8-of-17). Mike Richards won 6-of-19 faceoffs.
-Drew Doughty led all skaters with 28:28 TOI.
-Joe Pavelski led San Jose in ice time with 23:42.
-In moving up to a third line role, Scott Gomez logged 16:01 of ice time, recorded two assists, won six-of-eight faceoffs and finished a plus-2.
The Kings are scheduled to report to the Toyota Sports Center at 11:30 am. The exact schedule and participation on ice (if any) will be determined after that.