November 20 postgame notes - LA Kings Insider

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 34-27-10 all-time against the Carolina/Hartford franchise, a record that includes a home mark of 21-11-3. The Kings have won a franchise record four consecutive home games in the series since a 3-2 setback at Staples Center on December 8, 2005.

-Los Angeles improved to 4-3-2 against the Eastern Conference and 2-2-2 against the Metropolitan Division.

-With a 10-2-1 home record, the Kings have the most home points (21) and wins (10) in the NHL. The best home start in Kings history through 13 games was in 1992-93 (12-1-0).

-Los Angeles is 6-for-12 on the power play over the last three games.

-Nine of the last 11 games between the two teams have been decided by one goal.

-Drew Doughty’s string of playing at least 30 minutes ended at four games. He has logged at least 30 minutes of ice time in six of the last eight games.

– With their assists tonight Drew Doughty (0-3=3 in the last three), Jake Muzzin (0-4=4 in the last three) and Justin Williams (0-3=3 in the last three), extended their assist streak to three games. They tie the longest assist streak posted by a King this season (six times, last: Muzzin, 1-4=5; Nov. 6-11). Also, Muzzin has tied his career-long assist streak (set earlier this year). Muzzin has nine points (1-8=9) in the last six games.

-Drew Doughty has five points (1-4=5) in the last five games.

-Mike Richards played in his 199th consecutive game, and Darryl Sutter coached his 199th regular season game with the Kings.

-Marian Gaborik has 22 points (10-12=22) in 20 games against Carolina.

-Jarrett Stoll scored his second PPG of the season. He has three points in the last three games.

-Jonathan Quick picked up his 10th win of the season, stopping 25-of-27 shots. He has not lost a game in regulation in his last seven appearances (5-0-2) and has posted a .935 SV% and 1.94 GAA during that span.

-Trevor Lewis tied Nathan Gerbe and Elias Lindholm with a game-high six shots on goal.

-Los Angeles attempted 62 shots (39 on goal, 13 blocked, 10 missed). Carolina attempted 51 shots (27 on goal, 12 blocked, 12 missed).

-The Kings won 37-of-65 faceoffs (57%). Among regular performers, Mike Richards won 11-of-14, Anze Kopitar won 7-of-16, Jarret Stoll won 10-of-19, and Jeff Carter won 9-of-16.

The Kings are scheduled to practice at Toyota Sports Center at 11:00 a.m. Friday before traveling to Dallas.