May 14 postgame notes
-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 101-132 in the playoffs, a record that includes a home mark of 57-54.
-The Kings improved to 15-7 all-time in Game 6s.
-Los Angeles is 7-2 when facing elimination since 2011 and 20-20 all-time when facing elimination.
-This will mark the first time in franchise history that the Kings will play two Game 7s in one playoff year.
-Los Angeles is 5-4 all-time in Game 7s.
-In 32 regular season and playoff games with the Kings, Marian Gaborik has 29 points (13-16=29).
-Anze Kopitar has points in 12 of 13 playoff games (4-13=17). Dating back to the regular season, he has points in 15 of the last 16 games. Kopitar’s 51 career playoff points (57 GP; 17-34=51) rank fourth 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).
-Justin Williams has nine points (4-5=9) in the last 10 games. He is 5-0 all-time in Game 7s, having recorded 10 points on five goals and five assists.
-Jeff Carter has been limited to either one shot or no shots seven times in the last nine games.
-Jake Muzzin logged at least 25 minutes for the third time in the series.
-Ice time logged by the team’s centers: Anze Kopitar (17:38), Jeff Carter (14:55), Jarret Stoll (16:38), Mike Richards: 15:40).
-The Kings attempted 59 shots (23 on goal, 16 blocked, 20 missed). The Ducks attempted 55 shots (22 on goal, 14 blocked, 19 missed).
-Los Angeles won 40-of-67 faceoffs (60%). Among regular performers, Mike Richards won 7-of-14, Anze Kopitar won 15-of-23, Trevor Lewis won 1-of-1, Jarret Stoll won 11-of-20, and Jeff Carter won 6-of-8.
The Kings are now 6-1 this postseason when scoring first
— LAKingsPR (@LAKingsPR) May 15, 2014
The Kings are scheduled to report to Toyota Sports Center at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, May 15. The day’s schedule will be determined on site.