March 22, 2014 6:13 pm

March 22 postgame notes

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 14-9-3 all-time against Florida, a record that includes a home mark of 10-4-0. The Kings have won nine of the last 10 games against the Panthers, dating back to November 5, 2003.

-With his 172nd career win, Jonathan Quick passed Rogie Vachon as the holder of the most wins as a Kings goaltender in franchise history.

-Quick posted his 30th career shutout on Saturday, which brings him within two shutouts of Vachon’s club record 32.

-Los Angeles registered its 11th shutout of 2013-14 (Quick 5, Martin Jones 3, Ben Scrivens 3), which ties the team record set in 2011-12.

-Quick is 8-2-0 in his last 10 games with a 1.39 GAA and .942 Sv%.

-By winning his 501st career game, Darryl Sutter tied Pat Burns for 16th place on the all-time coaching wins list. By coaching the 1,028th regular season game of his career, he tied his brother Brian Sutter for 17th place on the NHL’s all-time games coached list. Sutter is 501-374-153 overall in his career and 91-54-22 with the Kings.

-The Kings have won 40 games for the fourth consecutive season.

-Los Angeles outscored Florida 7-0 in the two-game season series.

-The Kings have killed 30 of the last 33 penalties, dating back to the third period in Colorado on February 26.

-Los Angeles has allowed two goals or fewer in 47 of 71 games, posting a 36-5-6 record over that span.

-With his second period goal, Dustin Brown tied Mike Murphy for ninth place overall on the Kings’ all-time scoring list with 194 career goals.

-Alec Martinez scored his ninth goal of the season, which leads Kings defensemen. He has eight points (5-3=8) in the last 10 games.

-Trevor Lewis posted his 10th career multi-point game.

-With a first period goal, Mike Richards recorded his first point in seven games.

-Drew Doughty’s 21:39 of ice time was his second lowest total of the season.

-The Kings won 34-of-56 faceoffs (61%). Among regular performers, Mike Richards won 9-of-10, Anze Kopitar won 7-of-14, Trevor Lewis won 1-of-3, Jarret Stoll won 9-of-13, and Jeff Carter won 8-of-15.

The Kings are currently traveling and will practice in Philadelphia on Sunday.

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