June 6 postgame notes
-The Kings’ 15-game winning streak, which featured seven consecutive regular season and eight consecutive playoff wins, ended Thursday. Los Angeles’ last home defeat was a 1-0 loss to Vancouver on March 23, 2013.
-The Kings have won one series in which they trailed three games to one, the 1989 Smythe Division Semifinal against Edmonton.
-The Kings have won five of their last six Game 5s in which they trailed three games to one: 1989 First Round – Los Angeles 4 vs Edmonton 2; 1991 Second Round – Los Angeles 5 vs Edmonton 2; 2001 Second Round – Los Angeles 1 at Colorado 0; 2002 First Round – Los Angeles 1 at Colorado 0 (OT); 2011 First Round – Los Angeles 3 at San Jose 1. The defeat was a 4-1 loss in Montreal in the clinching game of the 1993 Stanley Cup Final.
-The Kings are 10-27 all-time in Game 4s.
-The Kings have killed 24-of-25 penalties at home in the postseason.
-Slava Voynov has eight points in the last seven games (3-5=8)
-Tyler Toffoli has four points in the last three games (1-3=4).
-Anze Kopitar has two goals in the last 33 regular season and playoff games (2-17=19).
-Dustin Penner was credited with a game-high five hits.
-Brent Seabrook finished with a game-high 26:20 TOI and a game-high three blocked shots.
-The Kings won 29-of-52 faceoffs (56%). Key performers included Anze Kopitar (10-of-17), Jarret Stoll (8-of-12) and Jeff Carter (5-of-13). Jonathan Toews won 7-of-11 faceoffs for Chicago.
The Kings will travel to Chicago on Friday and will not practice. Media availability at the team hotel will take place at 5:00 pm CT.