March 1 postgame notes
-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 33-26-10 all-time against the Carolina franchise, which includes a record of 20-11-3 at home. The Kings have won five of the last six meetings overall.
-The Kings now have three winning streaks of at least four games this season.
-Los Angeles improved to 15-7-3 against the Eastern Conference and 7-4-1 against the Metropolitan Division.
-The Kings are 30-4-6 when allowing two or fewer goals.
-Los Angeles has killed seven consecutive power plays following a stretch in which they allowed a power play goal for seven straight games.
-Alec Martinez’s power play goal ended a 2-for-23 stretch with the man advantage. Each of L.A.’s last two power play goals has stood up as a third period game-winner.
-Anze Kopitar has eight points (3-5=8) in the last five games.
-Jonathan Quick has stopped 73 of the last 75 shots he has faced. He has a 1.84 goals-against average, .925 save percentage and three shutouts in his last 18 games.
-With 167 career wins, Jonathan Quick is four wins behind Rogie Vachon on the franchise’s all-time list.
-Dustin Brown recorded his first power play point since October 24.
-Robyn Regehr has three points (2-1=3) and is a plus-7 in the last four games.
-Dustin Brown has four points (1-3=4) in the last three games.
-Justin Williams has four (2-2=4) points in the last three games.
-All Los Angeles skaters except Linden Vey registered at least one shot on goal.
-The Kings blocked three shots, all of which were recorded by Jake Muzzin.
-Los Angeles won 28-of 59 faceoffs (47%). Among regular performers, Mike Richards won 6-of-11, Anze Kopitar won 9-of-20, Jarret Stoll won 7-of-10, Linden Vey won 1-of-4, and Jeff Carter won 5-of-12. On October 11 at Carolina, the Kings won a season-best 68.6% of faceoffs.
The Kings are scheduled to report to Toyota Sports Center at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, March 2. The day’s schedule will be determined on-site.