May 5 postgame notes
-The Kings won their 100th playoff game in franchise history.
-Los Angeles is 100-129 all-time in the playoffs, a record that includes a road mark of 44-77.
-The Kings improved to 19-26 all-time in Game 2s. When winning a Game 2, they have a 12-6 series record.
-When leading a best-of-seven series 2-0, Los Angeles has won five of six series. The Kings have jumped out to 2-0 leads in six of the last nine playoff series.
-Los Angeles has outscored opponents 24-8 during the six-game winning streak. The franchise record for the longest playoff winning streak is eight games, set in 2012.
-The Kings’ streak of 19 consecutive penalty kills ended with Patrick Maroon’s first period power play goal.
-Anze Kopitar has points in 10 straight playoff games (5-11=16) and 11 straight games overall (8-11=19), dating back to the regular season. He leads the NHL with 14 points (4-10=14) in the postseason.
-Marian Gaborik leads the NHL with six points in the postseason. He has nine points (6-3=9) in the last seven games.
-Justin Williams has seven points (4-3=7) in the last six games.
-Alec Martinez has five points (2-3=5) in the last six games.
-Jonathan Quick has a 1.29 GAA and .961 Sv% during his six-game win streak.
-Jeff Schultz played 19:58 in his Kings debut. He logged 17:29 of even strength time, 2:24 of power play time, and five seconds of power play time, averaging 44 seconds per shift. Among defensemen, he logged more ice time than Alec Martinez (18:21) and Matt Greene (13:44). He finished with one missed shot, two hits and two blocked shots, and was credited with one giveaway.
-By recording 17 shots on goal, Los Angeles amassed its lowest shot total since Game 6 of the 2013 Western Conference Quarterfinals, when they took 16 shots in a 2-1 home win over St. Louis.
-With four shots, Marian Gaborik was the only King to register more than two shots on goal.
-Alec Martinez blocked a game-high four shots.
-The two teams combined for 95 hits (Anaheim-53, Los Angeles-42). Mark Fistric and Devante Smith-Pelly tied with a game-high seven hits, while Slava Voynov and Drew Doughty were credited with a team-high five hits.
-The Kings attempted 38 shots (17 on goal, eight blocked, 13 missed). The Ducks attempted 62 shots (37 on goal, eight blocked, 17 missed).
Los Angeles won 28-of-61 faceoffs (46%). Among regular performers, Mike Richards won 8-of-17, Anze Kopitar won 5-of-13, Trevor Lewis won 1-of-3, Jarret Stoll won 7-of-15, and Jeff Carter won 6-of-12.
The Kings have ice time scheduled at 11:45 a.m. Tuesday at Toyota Sports Center, though it is unclear how many players will take the ice.