October 13 postgame notes
-The Kings improved to 13-9-3 (W-L-T) all-time against the Panthers, including a record of 4-5-3 in South Florida. Los Angeles has won eight of the last nine meetings. The teams will meet next at Staples Center on March 22.
-With his second period goal, Justin Williams recorded his 500th career NHL point (192-308=500).
-Ben Scrivens posted his third career shutout. In four career games (three starts) against Florida, he has a 3-0-0 record, two shutouts, a 1.19 goals against average and .962 save percentage.
-The Kings scored their fourth, fifth and sixth 5-on-5 goals of the season.
-Since being outshot in the season opener, the Kings have outshot five consecutive opponents.
-With a goal and an assist, Jordan Nolan recorded his first career multi-point game.
-With a goal and an assist, Daniel Carcillo recorded his first multi-point game since contributing two assists in Chicago’s 4-1 win over Calgary on November 11, 2011.
-Willie Mitchell led the Kings in ice time with 23:24.
-Justin Williams and Jeff Carter recorded a game-high six shots on goal. Kris Versteeg took four shots for Florida; no other player took more than three.
-Two nights after the Kings and Hurricanes took 70 faceoffs, only 45 faceoffs were taken on Sunday afternoon. The Kings won 26 of them for a success rate of 58%. Among regular performers, Mike Richards won 7-of-13, Anze Kopitar won 7-of-9, Trevor Lewis won 2-of-5, Jarret Stoll won 5-of-11 and Jeff Carter won 4-of-5.
-Including playoffs, the Kings are 20-6-1 in the last 27 games Alec Martinez has played.
The Kings are scheduled to practice at 1:00 p.m. local time Monday at the Tampa Bay Times Forum.