June 4 postgame notes
-Los Angeles improved to 107-135 all-time in the playoffs, a record that includes a home mark of 60-55.
-The Kings improved to 2-5 all-time against the Rangers in the playoffs (2-2 home, 0-3 road).
-Los Angeles improved to 19-28 all-time in Game 1s. When winning Game 1, the Kings have won 12 of 18 series. Los Angeles is 2-2 in Game 1s this postseason.
-The Kings’ last home overtime playoff win was on May 6, 2001, when Glen Murray beat Patrick Roy 2:41 into double overtime in a 1-0 Los Angeles win over Colorado in Game 6 of the Western Conference Semifinals.
-Los Angeles has scored in 17 of the last 20 regulation periods.
-The Kings improved to 3-2 in playoff overtime this season and 26-27 overall in playoff overtime.
-Los Angeles is 15-5 at home in the playoffs, dating back to June 11, 2012.
-The Kings have one goal in their last 11 power play opportunities.
-Justin Williams scored his first career playoff overtime goal and set new career highs for goals (eight), assists (12) and points (20) in a single playoff year. He has nine points (4-5=9) in the last seven games.
-Drew Doughty has 17 points (5-12=17) this playoff year to break his own franchise record of 16, set in 2012. He has eight points (4-4=8) in the last seven games.
-Kyle Clifford (1-1=2) recorded his first career playoff multipoint game since recording two two-point efforts in the six-game series loss to San Jose in 2011.
-Jeff Carter has 14 points (6-8=14) in the last nine games.
-The Kings attempted 64 shots (43 on goal, 12 blocked, 9 missed). The Rangers attempted 63 shots (27 on goal, 15 blocked, 21 missed).
-Los Angeles won 29-of-57 faceoffs. Among regular performers, Mike Richards won 7-of-11, Anze Kopitar won 9-of-21, Trevor Lewis won 0-of-1, Jarret Stoll won 6-of-6 and Jeff Carter won 7-of-11.
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