October 10, 2013 12:32 am

October 9 postgame notes, highlights

-Anze Kopitar recorded two assists for 480 career points, which surpasses Jim Fox (479 points) as the eighth highest scorer in Kings history.

-The Kings improved to 17-7-2 all-time against the Senators and 12-1-1 against the Senators in Los Angeles.

-All four Kings who registered points contributed multi-point efforts: Mike Richards: 0-2=2; Anze Kopitar: 0-2=2; Dustin Brown: 2-0=2; Jeff Carter: 2-1=3.

-The Kings won 43-of-71 faceoffs (61%).

-Los Angeles’ 25 shots allowed is the lowest shot total against the Kings this season, and the plus-7 shot differential is the widest discrepancy in the Kings’ favor through four games.

-Amongst the Kings’ regular faceoff performers, Mike Richards was 6-for-10, Anze Kopitar was 12-for-22, Trevor Lewis was 6-for-9, Jarret Stoll was 11-for-20, and Jeff Carter was 8-for-10.

-Ottawa outhit Los Angeles, 41-37. Daniel Carcillo was credited with a game-high five hits, tying Jared Cowen and Colin Greening of the Senators.

-Jeff Carter recorded two goals and an assist to give him five points (4-1=5) in four games.

-Los Angeles will visit Ottawa on Saturday, December, 14.

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