October 27 postgame notes, videos
-Los Angeles improved to 69-79-38 all-time against Edmonton, which includes a record of 36-36-21 in at home. The Kings are now 12-1-4 in their last 17 games against the Oilers.
-The Kings are now 5-0 in games going to overtime this season and 4-0 in shootouts. Only Tampa Bay (two), Washington (two), Chicago (two) and Winnipeg (two) have multiple shootout wins as well.
-Jonathan Quick has stopped 10 of 11 shootout attempts this season.
-The Kings took 48 shots. The last time they recorded as many was on April 10, 2010 when they took 55 shots in a 4-3 shootout loss to Edmonton.
-The Kings outshot their opponent for the fourth consecutive game and for the 10th time in 12 games.
-Quick is now 34-18 lifetime in shootouts. His 34 wins places him fifth among active NHL goaltenders.
-Anze Kopitar is 3-for-4 in shootouts this season with three game-deciding goals.
-Kopitar now has 12 career game-deciding goals in shootouts, which is tied for fourth among active NHL skaters.
-The Kings penalty kill allowed a goal for the third consecutive game and is 9-for-14 over that span.
-Jeff Carter has points in three straight games (1-2=3).
-The Kings won 38-of-72 faceoffs (53%). Among regular performers, Mike Richards was 5-of-9, Anze Kopitar was 20-of-33, Trevor Lewis was 1-of-2, Colin Fraser was 0-of-2, Jarret Stoll was 4-of-13, and Jeff Carter was 8-of-12. Boyd Gordon won 21-of-31 faceoffs for Edmonton.
The Kings will practice at Toyota Sports Center at 11:00 a.m. on Monday before flying to Phoenix.