May 30, 2013 9:48 am

Los Angeles – Chicago team stats at a glance

Regular Season Rankings and Statistics

Goals/Game: LAK – 10 / 2.73; CHI – 2 / 3.10
Goals Against/Game: LAK – t-7 / 2.38; CHI – 1 / 2.02
Power Play: LAK – 10 / 19.9%; CHI – 19 / 16.7%
Penalty Kill: LAK – 10 / 83.2%; CHI – 3 / 87.2%
Shots/Game: LAK – 12 / 29.8; CHI – 5 / 31.1
Shots Against/Game: LAK – 3 / 25.0; CHI – 4 / 26.2
Faceoffs: LAK – 4 / 52.0%; CHI – 11 / 50.8%
Save Percentage: LAK – 16 / .905; CHI – 2 / .923

Postseason Statistics

Goals/Game: LAK – 2.00; CHI – 2.75
Goals Against/Game: LAK – 1.54; CHI – 1.83
Power Play: LAK – 20.0%; CHI – 16.2%
Penalty Kill: LAK – 86.0%; CHI – 97.6%
Shots/Game: LAK – 24.8; CHI – 33.9
Shots Against/Game: LAK – 29.4; CHI – 28.2
Faceoffs: LAK – 45.7%; CHI – 47.6
Save Percentage: LAK – .948; CHI – .935

Head to Head Score by Period

LAK: 0 – 4 – 5 = 9
CHI: 6 – 4 – 2 = 12

Head to Head Shots by Period

LAK: 23 – 28 – 33 = 84
CHI: 31 – 31 – 22 = 84

Head to Head Power Plays

LAK: 2-of-11
CHI: 2-of-14

Goaltending Statistics

Jonathan Quick
2013 Playoffs: 8-5 (2 OTL) / 1.50 GAA / .948 Sv% / 3 SO
2013 Regular Season: 37 GP (37 GS) / 18-13-4 / 2.45 GAA / .902 Sv% / 1 SO
Career vs Chicago: 18 GP (17 GS) / 6-11-1 / 2.63 GAA / .915 Sv% / 2 SO
Backup: Jonathan Bernier

Corey Crawford
2013 Playoffs: 8-4 (1 OTL) / 1.70 GAA / .938 Sv% / 1 SO
2013 Regular Season: 30 GP (28 GS) / 19-5-5 / 1.94 GAA / .926 Sv% / 3 SO
Career vs Los Angeles: 8 GP (8 GS) / 5-3-0 / 2.71 GAA / .905 Sv% / 0 SO
Backup: Ray Emery

January 19, 2013 – Staples Center
Chicago 5 (Hossa 2, Kane, Frolik, Toews)
Los Angeles 2 (Scuderi, Nolan)
SOG: LAK – 21; CHI – 22
PP: LAK – 0/5; SJS – 1/5

February 17, 2013 – United Center
Chicago 3 (Seabrook, Toews, Sharp)
Los Angeles 2 (Richards 2)
SOG: LAK – 27; CHI – 37
PP: LAK – 2/4; CHI – 1/5

March 25, 2013 – United Center
Los Angeles 5 (Kopitar, Stoll, King, Toffoli, Brown)
Chicago 4 (Frolik 2, Kane, Toews)
SOG: LAK – 36; CHI – 25
PP: LAK – 0/2; CHI – 0/4

Playoffs – Western Conference Quarterfinals

Game 1: Los Angeles 1 at St. Louis 2 (OT)
Game 2: Los Angeles 1 at St. Louis 2
Game 3: Los Angeles 1 vs St. Louis 0
Game 4: Los Angeles 4 vs St. Louis 3
Game 5: Los Angeles 3 at St. Louis 2 (OT)
Game 6: Los Angeles 2 vs St. Louis 1
-Los Angeles wins series, 4-2

Game 1: Chicago 2 vs Minnesota 1 (OT)
Game 2: Chicago 5 vs Minnesota 2
Game 3: Chicago 2 at Minnesota 3 (OT)
Game 4: Chicago 3 at Minnesota 0
Game 5: Chicago 5 vs Minnesota 1
-Chicago wins series, 4-1

Playoffs – Western Conference Semifinals

Game 1: Los Angeles 2 vs San Jose 0
Game 2: Los Angeles 4 vs San Jose 3
Game 3: Los Angeles 1 at San Jose 2 (OT)
Game 4: Los Angeles 1 at San Jose 2
Game 5: Los Angeles 3 vs San Jose 0
Game 6: Los Angeles 1 at San Jose 2
Game 7: Los Angeles 2 vs San Jose 1
-Los Angeles wins series, 4-3

Game 1: Chicago 4 vs Detroit 1
Game 2: Chicago 1 vs Detroit 4
Game 3: Chicago 1 at Detroit 3
Game 4: Chicago 0 at Detroit 2
Game 5: Chicago 4 vs Detroit 1
Game 6: Chicago 4 at Detroit 3
Game 7: Chicago 2 vs Detroit 1 (OT)
-Chicago wins series, 4-3

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