April 20 postgame notes
-Los Angeles is 6-9 all-time against San Jose in the playoffs, a mark that includes a road record of 2-5. The Kings are 94-128 all-time in the playoffs and 40-77 on the road.
-The Kings are 18-26 all-time in Game 2s. When losing a Game 2, they have a 5-20 record all-time in playoff series.
-Los Angeles is 2-11 all-time in playoff series that they trail 2-0. The two series wins were against Detroit (2001, first round) and St. Louis (2013, first round). In both series wins, the Kings won four consecutive games after falling behind 2-0.
-Los Angeles allowed as many as seven goals for the 22nd time in team history. The last time the Kings allowed as many as seven goals in a playoff game was a 7-2 Game 5 loss in Vancouver on April 23, 2010. Prior to that game, the last time the Kings allowed seven goals in a playoff game was an 8-5 loss in Detroit on April 15, 2000.
-Los Angeles allowed 13 goals in the first two games of a playoff series for the first time since the second round of the 1990 Stanley Cup Playoffs, when they lost in Edmonton by scores of 7-0 and 6-1 on April 18 and 20. The Kings were swept in that series. The last time Los Angeles allowed 13 goals over consecutive playoff games was when they lost 6-4 and 7-2 to the Canucks on April 21 and 23, 2010.
-Including playoffs, home teams are 22-1-1 in the last 24 games between the Kings and Sharks.
-Jeff Carter has a six-game playoff point streak (1-6=7).
-Slava Voynov’s five-game playoff point streak was snapped. He has nine points (4-5=9) in his last 10 playoff games.
-Mike Richards played his 100th career playoff game.
The Kings are scheduled to report to TSC at 11:30 a.m. on Monday. The day’s schedule will be determined at that time.