May 26, 2014 11:46 pm

May 26 postgame notes

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 105-133 all-time in the playoffs, a record that includes a home mark of 59-54. The Kings improved to 5-9 all-time against the Blackhawks in the playoffs (4-2 home, 1-7 road).

-Los Angeles improved to 12-28 all-time and 2-1 this postseason in Game 4s. When winning Game 4, the Kings have won 8 of 11 series.

-The Kings have won all four best-of-seven series in which they held a 3-1 series lead.

-Los Angeles is 16-for-56 (28.6%) on the power play in the last 15 games, dating back to Game 3 versus San Jose.

-Since dropping the first three games of the San Jose series the Kings have gone 11-4, outscoring their opponents 53-30 over that span.

-Los Angeles leads all NHL teams with an average of 3.39 goals per game in the postseason.

-The Kings are 14-4 in the last 18 playoff games at Staples Center, dating back to June 11, 2012.

-Los Angeles is 8-0 when not allowing a power play goal and 8-0 when leading after two periods in the playoffs.

-The Kings have scored goals in eight straight periods.

-Anze Kopitar leads all playoff scorers with 22 points (5-17=22), while Jeff Carter ranks second with 20 points (8-12=20).

-Carter has points in five straight games (5-6=11) and eight points (4-4=8) in his last three games.

-Tanner Pearson has points in five straight games (2-4=6).

-Tyler Toffoli has points in five straight games (3-2=5). He has 11 points (6-5=11), a plus-nine rating and a 54.6% Corsi percentage (131 CF; 109 CA) in 12 career regular season and playoff games against Chicago.

-Justin Williams has 15 points (6-9=15) in the last 15 games in addition to a three-game point streak.

-Marian Gaborik leads all postseason scorers with 10 goals. He moved past his career high of nine playoff goals, set in 2003 with Minnesota.

-Jeff Carter and Tanner Pearson tied Brandon Saad and Michal Roszival with a game-high four shots on goal. Pearson finished with a team-high seven shot attempts.

-The Kings blocked 23 shots; the Blackhawks bloed 12. Drew Doughty and Niklas Hjalmarsson finished with a game-high five blocked shots.

-Jonathan Toews’s one blocked shot was the only blocked shot registered by a Chicago forward.

-Drew Doughty’s 23:55 of ice time was his second-lowest total of the postseason.

-Los Angeles attempted 48 shots (21 on goal, 12 blocked, 15 missed). Chicago attempted 62 shots (24 on goal, 23 blocked, 15 missed).

-The Kings won 33-of-57 faceoffs (57%). Among regular performers, Mike Richards won 2-of-6, Anze Kopitar won 9-of-16, Jarret Stoll won 16-of-24 and Jeff Carter won 6-of-11.

The Kings will travel to Chicago Tuesday morning and are not scheduled to practice at Toyota Sports Center.

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