March 10, 2014 11:10 pm

March 10 postgame notes

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 88-107-25 all-time against the Calgary franchise, a record that includes an away mark of 34-62-15. The Kings have won six straight games at the Saddledome, dating back to February 5, 2011.

-The Kings have won eight games in a row, the longest winning streak since a franchise-record nine-game winning streak between January 21 and February 6, 2010. Los Angeles has outscored its opponents 25-12 during the streak

-Darryl Sutter has amassed 499 career wins, tying Terry Murray for 18th place on the NHL’s all-time list. He trails Toe Blake (500) by one win and Pat Burns (501) by two wins. With 1,023 games coached, he trails his brother Brian Sutter (1,028) by five games for 17th place on the NHL’s all-time regular season games coached list.

-The Kings’ streak of scoring power play goals in four consecutive games was snapped.

-Los Angeles had killed 17 consecutive penalties between Andre Benoit’s second period goal on February 26 and Mike Cammalleri’s third period goal on Monday.

-The Kings are 21-0-0 when leading after two periods in 2013-14 and 126-1-11 when leading after two periods, dating back to April 4, 2009.

- With an assist on Justin Williams’ first period goal, Alec Martinez extended his point streak to five-games (3-2=5).

-Anze Kopitar has 12 points (4-8=12) in his last nine games. With 193 career goals, he tied Dustin Brown for ninth place on the team’s goal scoring list.

-In eight career games against Calgary, Jake Muzzin has six points (1-5=6) and a plus-6 rating.

-Brian McGrattan finished with a game-high six shots on goal. Jeff Carter finished with a team-high four shots on goal.

-Trevor Lewis logged 17:24 of ice time, his second highest total of the season.

-Alec Martinez finished with three blocked shots, leading the team in blocks for the second consecutive game.

-Los Angeles won 27-of-49 faceoffs (55%). Amongst regular performers, Mike Richards won 4-of-5, Anze Kopitar won 5-of-11, Trevor Lewis won 9-of-13, Jarret Stoll won 7-of-14, and Jeff Carter won 2-of-5.

Tuesday is an off-day for the Kings. The team’s next practice will be at Toyota Sports Center at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday.

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