May 8 postgame notes
-With the loss, Los Angeles fell to 100-130 all-time in the playoffs, a record that includes a home mark of 56-53.
-The Kings are 16-26 all-time in Game 3s. When losing Game 3, they have won six of 25 playoff series.
-When Los Angeles has led a best-of-seven series two games to one, they have won four of seven series.
-The Kings’ six-game playoff winning streak was snapped. The franchise record for the longest playoff winning streak is eight games, set in 2012.
-Los Angeles is 8-for-28 (28.6%) on the power play the last eight games.
-Anze Kopitar has points in 11 straight playoff games (5-12=17) and 13 straight games overall (8-12=20), dating back to the regular season. He leads the NHL with 15 points (4-11=15) in the postseason.
-Kopitar has points in all 10 playoff games this season. The last King to have points in 10 straight playoff games (in one year) was Wayne Gretzky, who recorded a franchise record 12-game streak in 1993 (9-16=25).
-Marian Gaborik has 10 points (6-4=10) in the last eight games.
-Jonas Hiller won a game at Staples Center for the first time in his career.
-Mike Richards ended an 18-game goalless streak by scoring his first goal since March 25.
-Trevor Lewis recorded a game-high five shots on goal.
-Only two Kings logged more than 20 minutes of ice time: Drew Doughty (25:36) and Jake Muzzin (20:48). Jeff Schultz (19:53) ranked third amongst Los Angeles skaters in ice time.
-The Kings attempted 60 shots (31 on goal, 11 blocked, 18 missed). The Ducks attempted 48 shots (22 on goal, 15 blocked, 11 missed).
-Los Angeles won 40-of-68 faceoffs (59%). Among regular performers, Mike Richards won 11-of-16, Anze Kopitar won 12-of-20, Trevor Lewis won 1-of-2, Jarret Stoll won 12-of-16, and Jeff Carter won 4-of-11.
The Kings are scheduled to report to Toyota Sports Center by 11:00 a.m. on Friday, May 9. The day’s schedule will be determined on-site.