December 3 postgame notes
-Los Angeles improved to 53-40-20 in the all-time series with Anaheim, including a record of 21-25-11 at Honda Center. The Kings are 6-1-1 in the teams’ last eight meetings.
-With his third period equalizer, Dustin Brown scored the 186th goal of his career, tying him with Jim Fox for the ninth most goals in club history. Mike Murphy ranks eighth in club history with 194 career goals. It was Brown’s first goal since November 19 (one goal in the last seven games) and second goal since November 2 (two goals in the last 14 games).
-Excluding shootout goals, the Kings have allowed two goals or less in 14 straight games, a club record. They have allowed 20 goals over the last 14 games.
-Los Angeles has recorded points in each of the last seven road games (5-0-2).
-The Kings’ penalty killing streak reached 12 consecutive kills before it ended with Corey Perry’s third period goal. They have killed off 49 of the last 53 power plays, dating back to November 7, and 42 of the last 45 power plays, dating back to November 15.
-Los Angeles is 0-for-25 on the power play over the last seven games.
-The Kings recorded 51 shots on goal, their highest regular season total since recording 55 in a 4-3 shootout loss to Edmonton on April 10, 2010.
-Los Angeles attempted 103 shots.
-Anaheim blocked 28 shots. Ben Lovejoy, Ryan Getzlaf and Mark Fistric tied with a game-high five blocked shots, while Bryan Allen blocked four shots.
-Jeff Carter recorded a game-high seven shots on goal and attempted 13 total shots. Jake Muzzin recorded six shots on goal and attempted 14 total shots. Dwight King recorded six shots on goal.
-Drew Doughty recorded a game-high 30:49 of ice time, his highest time on ice total since recording 33:25 in a 2-1 overtime loss in Edmonton on January 24, 2013.
-Jake Muzzin recorded a career-high 26:45 of ice time, breaking his previous career high of 25:06 by a minute and 39 seconds. His previous high was set in a 5-2 loss in Phoenix on March 12, 2013.
-The Kings won 35-of-69 faceoffs (51%). Among regular performers, Mike Richards won 9-of-15, Anze Kopitar won 9-of-17, Colin Fraser won 3-of-5, Jaret Stoll won 7-of-22 and Jeff Carter won 7-of-10.
The Kings have a scheduled day off on Wednesday, December 4. They will practice next at the Toyota Sports Center at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, December 5.