November 25 postgame notes
-Los Angeles improved to 98-96-35 all-time against Vancouver, which includes a road record of 38-58-17. Monday’s win marked the team’s third win in the last 10 trips to Rogers Arena.
– Excluding the shootout goal in Buffalo, Los Angeles has allowed two goals or fewer in 10 straight games. They have allowed 12 goals over the last 10 games.
-The Kings have recorded points in 10 straight games (7-0-3). The franchise record is 11, accomplished in 1973-74 and 2010-11.
-Los Angeles has killed off 33 of the last 36 power plays dating back to November 7, and 26 of the last 28 power plays, dating back to November 14.
-Ben Scrivens has allowed seven goals in the last 400:52, having stopped 177 of 184 shots (.962 Sv%) over that period.
-Mike Richards played in his 600th career game.
-The Kings improved to 8-3-1 on the road in 2013-14.
-Robyn Regehr finished with an assist, a plus-two rating, three blocked shots and 7:57 of penalty killing time in his 20:05 of total ice time.
-Drew Doughty blocked a game-high four shots.
-The Kings won 34-of-71 faceoffs (48%). Among regular performers, Mike Richards won 10-of-16, Anze Kopitar won 7-of-20, Jarret Stoll won 7-of-17, Linden Vey won 5-of-7 and Jeff Carter won 3-of-8.
-Brad Richardson won 8-of-10 faceoffs for Vancouver.
-Ryan Kesler recorded a game-high seven shots on goal.
The Kings are scheduled to practice at the SAP Center at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday.