January 13 postgame notes
-With the win, the Kings improved to 4-0-0 against the Canucks this season and 100-96-35 in the all-time series, which includes a home record of 62-38-18.
-Vancouver became the first team that the Kings notched 100 wins against. After Vancouver, L.A. has 86 all-time wins against Atlanta/Calgary and 83 wins against Minnesota/Dallas. This is the first time the Kings have won four games in one season against the Canucks since 1990-91, when they went 5-3-0.
-The Kings improved to 10-3-1 against the Pacific Division. They are 7-0-1 combined against Anaheim, San Jose and Vancouver (1-0-0 vs ANA, 2-0-1 vs SJ, 4-0-0 vs VAN).
-The Kings have eight shutouts this season (Scrivens 3, Jones 3, Quick 2). The club record is 11, set in 2011-12.
-Los Angeles’ penalty kill has killed off 16 consecutive power plays, facing a total of 26 shots over that 30:26 span. The last player to notch a power play goal against the Kings was Ryan Kesler, who opened the scoring in a 3-1 Kings win on January 4.
-With a 0-for-7 performance, the Kings are 0-for-16 on the power play against the Canucks this season.
-The teams combined for 109 penalty minutes (LA: 40; VAN: 69). That is the most in any Kings game this season, surpassing the previous high of 80, set on November 25 at Vancouver.
-Jonathan Quick earned his 27th career shutout and second career shutout against Vancouver. Quick ranks second all-time in Kings history in shutouts, five shutouts behind Rogie Vachon. Since returning from his groin injury, he is 3-1-1 with a 1.39 goals-against average and .942 save percentage.
-Since scoring in Los Angeles’ 3-2 overtime win at Vancouver on November 25, Mike Richards has gone 22 consecutive games without scoring a goal. He has two points (0-2=2) over the last 15 games.
-Tyler Toffoli has been held without a point for 11 consecutive games.
-Dustin Brown has three goals in his last five games.
-Jeff Carter has 17 points (9-8=17) in the last 16 games and 30 shots in the last five games.
-Drew Doughty logged a season-high 31:45 of ice time. It was his highest regular season total since recording 33:25 of ice time in a 2-1 overtime loss at Edmonton on January 24, 2013.
-Tyler Toffoli logged a regular season career low of 6:11.
-Alex Edler and Slava Voynov tied with a game-high six hits.
-Dan Hamhuis blocked a game-high five shots.
-The Kings won 15-of-41 faceoffs (37%). Among regular performers, Mike Richards won 3-of-6, Anze Kopitar won 3-of-8, Trevor Lewis won 1-of-6, Jarret Stoll won 4-of-12, and Jeff Carter won 4-of-9.
Tuesday, January 14 is a scheduled day off for the Kings. The team will return to the ice at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, January 15.