January 20, 2014 5:33 pm

January 20 postgame notes

-With the loss, Los Angeles fell to 39-80-14 all-time against Boston, a record that includes a 15-46-6 mark on the road. The Kings lost for only the third time in their last nine overall games against the Bruins.

-Los Angeles fell to 13-4-3 against the Eastern Conference and 8-3-2 against the Atlantic Division.

-Jeff Carter has 20 points (12-8=20) in the last 19 games and 38 shots on goal in the last seven games. With 48 goals since the start of the 2012-13 season, he ranks third on that list behind Alex Ovechkin (66) and John Tavares (50). Carter missed 10 games due to injury this season. He has goals in three straight games and points in four straight and six of seven.

-Since returning from injured reserve, Jonathan Quick is 4-2-2 with a 1.60 GAA, .938 Sv% and a shutout, having stopped 195 of 208 shots.

-Jarret Stoll won 31-of-42 faceoffs in the two-game season series.

-Though the teams tied with 23 shots apiece on Monday, Los Angeles has outshot opponnents 275-208 over the last eight games for a shot advantage of 34-26 per game.

-Drew Doughty tied Bob Murdoch for 10th place on the club’s list of games played by a defenseman with 414 GP and tied Larry Murphy for sixth place on the club’s list of assists by defensemen with 155 assists.

-Other than two games in which he received a game misconduct, Dustin Brown’s ice time of 11:38 was his lowest total since April 15, 2006. He received 51 seconds of power play time and was not credited with any shorthanded time on ice.

-Colin Fraser led the Kings with four blocked shots. Matt Bartkowski blocked a game-high five shots for the Bruins.

-Slava Voynov attempted four shots, all of which were blocked.

-Los Angeles won 36-of-57 faceoffs (63%). Among regular performers, Mike Richards won 10-of-15, Anze Kopitar won 4-of-8, Colin Fraser won 3-of-7, Jarret Stoll won 13-of-19, and Jeff Carter won 6-of-8.

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