May 3, 2014 10:38 pm

May 3 postgame notes

-With the win, the Kings improved to 99-129 all-time in the playoffs and 43-77 on the road.

-Los Angeles is 18-27 all-time in Game 1s. When the Kings win a Game 1, they have a series record of 11-6.

-The Kings are 7-24 (29.2%) on the power play over the last six games and have killed off 19 straight penalties, dating back to Game 5 in San Jose.

-Dating back to Game 3 versus San Jose, the Kings have outscored their opponents 24-11.

-Anze Kopitar has points in nine straight playoff games (5-10=15) and 10 straight games overall (8-10=18), dating back to the regular season. He leads the NHL with 13 points (4-9=13) in the postseason.

-Jonathan Quick is 5-0 in the last five games with a 1.35 GAA and .959 Sv%.

-Marian Gaborik is the first player in NHL playoff history to score a game-tying goal in the final 10 seconds of regulation before scoring an overtime game-winning goal. He has eight points (5-3=8) in the last six games.

-Gaborik scored the second playoff overtime game-winning goal of his career. He also scored at 14:41 of triple overtime in a 2-1 Rangers win at Washington on May 2, 2012.

-Drew Doughty has eight points in the last eight games (1-7=8).

-Anze Kopitar recorded three points in a playoff game for the second time in his career.

-Los Angeles attempted 87 shots (36 on goal, 29 blocked, 22 missed). Anaheim attempted 74 shots (35 on goal, 20 blocked, 19 missed).

-Devante Smith-Pelly recorded a game-high five shots on goal. Finishing with four shots on goal were Jake Muzzin, Mike Richards, Marian Gaborik, Tyler Toffoli, Cam Fowler and Patrick Maroon.

-Mark Fistric and Matt Beleskey tied with a game-high eight hits. Matt Greene and Dustin Brown led the Kings with six hits.

-Ben Lovejoy led all skaters with six blocked shots. Matt Greene led Los Angeles with five blocked shots.

-The Kings won 40-of-74 faceoffs (54%). Among regular performers, Mike Richards won 9-of-16, Anze Kopitar won 11-of-21, Trevor Lewis won 1-of-3, Jarret Stoll won 9-of-19, and Jeff Carter won 9-of-14.

The Kings are scheduled to practice at 11:00 a.m. at Toyota Sports Center on Sunday, May 4.

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