May 26 postgame notes
-The Kings fell to 13-7 all-time in Game 6s. They have never won a series in which they lost Game 6.
-The Kings are 3-4 all-time in Game 7s.
-Including postseason games in 2011 and 2013, the Kings have won 10 of their last 37 games at HP Pavilion. They have not won in San Jose since Game 5 of the 2011 Western Conference Quarterfinals.
-The Kings have one win in their last 11 road games.
-Including regular season games, the home team has won all 10 games in the Los Angeles-San Jose rivalry this season.
-The Kings have scored one goal in six of 12 playoff games. All five postseason losses have been by 2-1 scores.
-Jonathan Quick has stopped 337 of 356 shots in the playoffs for a .947 Sv%.
-The Kings out-hit the Sharks 41-22. Dwight King finished with a game-high six hits.
-Dan Boyle had a game-high six blocked shots. Nobody else on either team finished with more than two.
-Trevor Lewis set a career high with 20:17 time on ice. It was only the second time in his NHL career that he finished with more than 20 minutes of playing time. He finished with 20:15 in a 3-2 overtime win at Detroit on December 4, 2010.
-Matt Greene logged only 8:30 of even strength time on ice. No other defenseman played less than 12:24 while at even strength.
-After averaging 30 seconds per shift in Game 5, Greene averaged 40 seconds per shift in Game 6.
-The Kings won 22-of-54 faceoffs (42%). Anze Kopitar (10-of-21) and Trevor Lewis (3-of-14) represented Los Angeles’ most active faceoff participants. Adam Burish (4-for-4) did not lose a faceoff in his first game of the series.
An optional skate is scheduled for 11:00 am at Toyota Sports Center on Monday, May 27.