May 12 postgame notes
-With the loss, Los Angeles fell to 100-132 all-time in the playoffs, a record that includes a road mark of 44-78.
-The Kings fell to 17-14 all-time in Game 5s. When losing Game 5, they have won four of 14
-In series that they trailed three games to two, Los Angeles has come back to win the final two games four out of 11 times.
-Los Angeles is 9-for-35 on the power play (25.7%), dating back to Game 3 versus San Jose.
-In 31 regular season and playoff games with the Kings, Marian Gaborik has 28 points (13-15=28).
-Anze Kopitar has points in 11 of 12 playoff games (4-12=16). Dating back to the regular season, he has points in 14 of the last 15 games. Kopitar’s 50 career playoff points (56 GP; 17-33=50) rank third in club history behind Wayne Gretzky (60 GP; 29-65=94), Luc Robitaille (94 GP; 41-48=89) and Dave Taylor (92 GP; 26-33=59).
-Mike Richards totaled 9:50 of ice time, his second-lowest total as a King. The only other game in which he logged under 10 minutes of ice time with Los Angeles was when he totaled 8:36 in a 3-2 home win over San Jose on April 27, 2013.
-With one shot on goal, Jeff Carter was limited to either one shot or no shots for the sixth time in the last eight games.
-Devante Smith-Pelly led all skaters with seven hits. Jarret Stoll led L.A. with five hits.
-The Kings attempted 80 shots (42 on goal, 22 blocked, 16 missed). The Ducks attempted 47 shots (24 on goal, 10 blocked, 13 missed).
-Los Angeles won 44 of 76 faceoffs (58%). Among regular performers, Mike Richards won 5-of-9, Anze Kopitar won 15-of-24, Jarret Stoll won 17-of-26, and Jeff Carter won 7-of-17.
-Ryan Getzlaf won 4-of-18 faceoffs for Anaheim.
The Kings are scheduled to report to Toyota Sports Center at 10:30 a.m. The day’s schedule will be determined on site.