November 19 postgame notes
-The Kings improved to 10-16-3 all-time against the Lightning, including a record of 3-10-2 at home. Los Angeles has won two consecutive home games against Tampa Bay and has won four of the last five overall meetings, daing back to November 14, 2009.
-The Kings’ 15-6-1 (31 points) record after 22 games is tied for the second-best record in club history. The 1990-91 and 2005-06 Kings were 16-5-1 (33 points) after 22 games.
-The Kings have won four straight games and have points in seven straight (6-0-1). Excluding the shootout goal in Buffalo, Los Angeles has allowed seven goals over the last seven games.
-The Kings have killed off 21 of the last 23 power plays, dating back to November 7.
-Ben Scrivens’ scoreless streak ended at 191:19. The team’s all-time scoreless record of 202:11 was set by Jonathan Quick in 2011-12. Scrivens is 4-0-0 in his last four starts with a 1.00 GAA, .963 Sv% and two shutouts.
-Including playoffs, Los Angeles is 27-7-2 in the last 36 games Alec Martinez has played.
-Anze Kopitar has 10 points in the last nine games (5-5=10).
-Drew Doughty has 11 points in the last 14 games (3-8=11).
-Justin Williams has six points in the last six games (3-3=6).
-Dwight King scored his second SHG of the season. He has five points in the last six games (3-2=5).
-Dustin Brown’s goal was his second goal in the last 18 games. He finished with a game-high seven hits.
-Including blocked attempts and missed shots, the Kings attempted 57 shots, while the Lightning attempted 36. Jake Muzzin recorded a game-high four shots on goal.
-Tyler Toffoli logged a team-low 11:29 of ice time.
-Los Angeles won 40-of-64 faceoffs (63%). Amongst regular performers, Mike Richards won 8-of-12, Anze Kopitar won 14-of-24, Jarret Stoll won 12-of-18 and Linden Vey won 5-of-9.
The Kings are not practicing on Wednesday, November 20. Their next on-ice session will be the 10:00 a.m. morning skate on Thursday, November 21, in advance of the game against the New Jersey Devils.