December 11 postgame notes
-With the win, the Kings improved to 61-57-22 against the Maple Leafs, which includes a road record of 24-34-12. Los Angeles has won four straight games in Toronto and is 6-0-1 at the Air Canada Centre since January 17, 2001.
-The Kings’ 11-3-2 record (24 points) after 16 road games is the most in club history.
-The Kings have points in 16 of their last 17 games, going 12-1-4.
-Excluding shootout goals, the Kings have allowed two goals or less in 17 straight games, a team record.
-The Kings have gone 17 games without allowing a first period goal.
-The Kings have scored two power play goals in their last 37 opportunities. Jake Muzzin and Drew Doughty scored goals on consecutive power play opportunities in the wins over Montreal and Toronto.
-The Kings have killed off 59 of the last 64 penalties, dating back to November 7, and 52 of the last 56 penalties, dating back to November 14. Cody Franson’s 5-on-3 goal was the first power play goal allowed since Corey Perry scored in the third period in a 3-2 shootout win over Anaheim on December 3.
-Martin Jones’ scoreless streak ended at 177:16 on Franson’s goal. Jonathan Quick holds the club record of 202:11 consecutive scoreless minutes.
-With his first period goal, Drew Doughty recorded his 200th career point (55-145=200).
-Jarret Stoll’s four game point streak was snapped.
-Mike Richards has seven points (0-7=7) in the last five games, 19 points (4-15=19) in the last 19 games and 22 points (6-16=22) in the last 23 games.
-Tyler Toffoli has six points (4-2=6) in the last five games.
-Dustin Brown moved into a tie with Mike Murphy for seventh place in club history with 673 games played.
-Including playoffs, the Kings are 33-8-5 in the last 46 games Alec Martinez has played. He logged a season-low 10:55 of ice time.
-The minus-16 shot differential was the second widest negative shot differential of the season. In the 3-2 overtime win at Vancouver on November 25, they were outshot 39-22.
-The Kings recorded 51 hits. Drew Doughty and Robyn Regehr tied with a game-high six hits.
James van Riemsdyk finished with a game-high seven shots on goal.
-The Kings won 31-of-59 faceoffs (53%). Among regular performers, Mike Richards won 7-of-16, Anze Kopitar won 12-of-19, Colin Fraser won 1-of-5, Jarret Stoll won 8-of-12, and Jeff Carter won 3-of-7.
Kings' defensemen credited with 17 of team's 20 blocked shots. Carcillo (1) and Stoll (2) got the others.
— Helene Elliott (@helenenothelen) December 12, 2013