February 1 postgame notes
-The Kings are 40-82-16 against the Flyers, a record that includes a mark of 22-41-8 in Southern California. The teams will close out the season series at the Wells Fargo Center on March 24.
-Robyn Regehr played his 1,000th regular season NHL game. Regehr has played 826 games with the Flames, 105 with the Sabres, and 69 with the Kings.
-The Kings fell to 13-7-2 against the Eastern Conference and 5-4-1 against the Metropolitan Division.
-Los Angeles is 5-13-2 in their last 20 games.
-The Kings have been outscored 14-3 over the last six games. In those six games, Anze Kopitar has three goals on 21 shots. The rest of the Kings have no goals on 163 shots. The last player other than Kopitar to score was Robyn Regehr in a 5-3 loss at Columbus on January 21.
Per Bob Miller: Elias Sports – 1st time since forward pass adopted in1929 that 1 player scored all his team goals in 6 straight gms(Kopitar)
— Dennis Bernstein (@DennisTFP) February 2, 2014
-Los Angeles has held only one third period lead in the last eight games.
-Philadelphia’s 13 shots tied a franchise low and were the fewest yielded by Los Angeles this season.
-The Kings have allowed two or fewer goals in 31 of the last 42 games.
-In his last 25 games, Mike Richards has one goal, eight points and a minus-9 rating.
-In his last 10 games, Dustin Brown has no points and a minus-6 rating.
-Tyler Toffoli’s 18:42 of ice time was the most he recorded since logging 19:23 in his November 2 season debut and the second highest TOI of his career.
-Toffoli finished with a game-high six shots on goal. He had one shot blocked and did not miss the net with any shots.
-The Kings won 32-of-54 faceoffs (59%). Among regular performers, Mike Richards won 5-of-10, Anze Kopitar won 10-of-14, Colin Fraser won 2-of-5, Jarret Stoll won 12-of-17 and Jeff Carter won 3-of-6.
The Kings are scheduled to practice at Toyota Sports Center at 11:00 a.m. on Sunday.