March 25, 2014 9:38 pm

March 25 postgame notes

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 55-32-15 all-time against Washington, a record that includes a road mark of 24-18-8. The Kings have won seven straight games against the Capitals dating back to November 20, 2008. Los Angeles is 8-1-2 in the last 11 road games in the series.

-The Kings have won seven consecutive road games since a 3-0 setback at Phoenix on January 28. The franchise record for consecutive road wins is eight, set between December 18, 1974 and January 16, 1975. The franchise record for the longest consecutive point streak is 11, set between October 10, 1974 and December 11, 1974.

-Los Angeles improved to 8-4 in shootouts this season and 56-45 all-time in shootouts. Anze Kopitar improved to 6-of-11 and Jeff Carter improved to 4-of-11 in shootouts this season. Jonathan Quick has stopped 19-of-23 shootout shots.

-The Kings trailed by two goals and won a game for the first time since February 26, 2014. Los Angeles trailed 4-2 in the second period at Colorado before rallying for a 6-4 win.

-Los Angeles improved to 7-5-0 in the second game of back-to-back sets.

-Tuesday’s game was the 25th time in 73 games that the Kings allowed more than two goals. They are 5-20-0 in those games.

-Jonathan Quick won both games of a back-to-back set for the first time since November 16 and 17, 2011, when he beat Anaheim 2-1 in a shootout on the front end at Staples Center and Anaheim 5-3 on the back end at Honda Center.

-Alec Martinez has 10 points (6-4=10) in the last 12 games.

-Anze Kopitar’s ice time total of 24:46 was his second highest accumulation of the season.

-Drew Doughty’s ice time total of 29:38 was his fourth highest accumulation of the season.

-Dustin Brown recorded a goal, an assist, a plus-2 rating, tied for a game-high seven shots on goal, and finished with a team-high six hits. His goal was the 195th of his career, tying Anze Kopitar for eighth place on the team’s all-time goal scoring list.

-Washington finished with 20 blocked shots; Los Angeles finished with seven blocked shots. Karl Alzner finished with a game-high seven blocks. No other player finished with more than three.

-The Kings attempted 75 shots (36 on goal, 20 blocked, 19 missed). The Capitals attempted 43 shots (27 on goal, 7 blocked, 9 missed).

-The Kings won 34-of-63 faceoffs (54%). Among regular performers, Mike Richards won 5-of-9, Anze Kopitar won 8-of-18, Trevor Lewis won 2-of-2, Jarret Stoll won 12-of-21, and Jeff Carter won 7-of-13.

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