October 21 postgame notes, videos
-With the loss, the Kings fell to 86-106-21-4 (W-L-T-OTL) all-time against the Flames, and 54-44-9-1 at home. Los Angeles’ four-game winning streak against Calgary was snapped.
-The last time the Kings allowed three power play goals in a game was on February 2, 2013, a 7-4 road loss to the Anaheim Ducks.
-With his first period goal, Drew Doughty tied Larry Murphy for sixth place on the club’s all-time list of goals by a defenseman with 52. Mark Hardy ranks fifth with 53 goals.
-Jeff Carter recorded his 13th career shorthanded goal.
-Calgary blocked 17 shots. Kris Russell and Mark Giordano blocked four shots each. Los Angeles blocked nine shots, with Matt Greene blocking four.
-Willie Mitchell recorded 24:43 of ice time. In his last three games he has recorded 24:52, 25:06 and 24:43.
-6:58 of Matt Greene’s 18:25 total time on ice came while shorthanded. He also logged 1:00 of power play time.
-Dennis Wideman logged a game-high 29:22 of ice time.
-Robyn Regehr and Lee Stempniak tied with a game-high five hits. The Kings out-hit the Flames, 35-25.
-The Kings won 44-of-69 faceoffs (64%). Amongst regular performers, Mike Richards was 10-of-15, Anze Kopitar was 14-of-22, Colin Fraser was 6-of-7, Jarret Stoll was 12-of-21, and Jeff Carter was 2-of-4.
The Kings are scheduled to practice at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday morning at Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo.