October 29 postgame notes - LA Kings Insider

-With the overtime loss, the Kings fell to 41-82-17 all-time against the Flyers, a record that includes an away mark of 19-41-9. Los Angeles’ three-game road winning streak in Philadelphia was snapped.

-The Kings’ six-game winning streak was snapped, though they have earned points in eight straight (October 11-28).

-Los Angeles allowed at least 40 shots for the fourth time this season. Sunday’s win over Columbus was the only time they have held an opponent to under 29 shots.

-Jonathan Quick has allowed seven goals in his last six games, stopping 205-of-212 shots (.967 Sv%).

-Robyn Regehr logged 25:14 of ice time, the second highest ice time accumulation with the Kings. The last time he logged 25-plus minutes in a regular season game was when he drew 25:30 of ice time in a 4-3 shootout loss at Anaheim, his third game with the team. Regehr finished with a plus-two rating and a game-high six hits.

-Alec Martinez has averaged 23:53 of ice time over the last two games.

-Jarret Stoll logged 20:40 of ice time. The only game in 2013-14 in which he drew more ice time was the regular season finale on April 12, when he logged 20:43.

-Kyle Clifford recorded a career-high 16:18 of ice time, eclipsing his previous career high (4/4/11; 16:17) by one second.

-Los Angeles attempted 78 shots (40 on goal, 18 blocked, 20 missed). Philadelphia attempted 67 shots (43 on goal, 13 blocked, 11 missed).

-The Kings won 32-of-55 faceoffs (58%). Only three players took faceoffs for L.A.: Mike Richards (6-of-16), Jarret Stoll (14-of-22), and Jeff Carter (12-of-17).