December 14 postgame notes - LA Kings Insider

-With the shootout loss, the Kings fell to 61-58-23 all-time against the Maple Leafs, a record that includes an away mark of 26-34-13. Los Angeles’ franchise-record four-game winning streak in Toronto was snapped, though they extended their point streak at the Air Canada Centre to eight games.

-The Kings fell to 6-6-3 against the Eastern Conference and 4-3-1 against the Atlantic Division.

-Los Angeles fell to 1-4 in shootouts this season. Kings shooters are 2-for-17 in the shootout, while Kings goalies have allowed six goals on 16 shots.

-Los Angeles has averaged 2.94 goals per game over their last 17 games (50 G / 17 GP).

-The Kings have outshot their opponents in seven consecutive games (3-3-1), averaging 35.6 shots per game. Opposing goalies have posted a .944 save percentage over that span (251 saves / 266 shots).

-Los Angeles is 3-for-32 on the power play over the last 10 games.

-The Kings have attempted 172 shots over the last two games.

-Marian Gaborik has 24 points (14-10=24) in 20 career games against Toronto.

-Jeff Carter has been held without a goal for 12 consecutive games.

-Anze Kopitar has one goal in his last 13 games and is a minus-six in his last three games.

-Drew Doughty played the 473rd game of his career, moving past Marty McSorley into sole possession of seventh place in games played by a Kings defenseman.

-Toronto improved to 13-0-0 when scoring the game’s first goal.

-The two teams were credited with a combined 104 hits (Los Angeles – 48; Toronto – 56).

-The Kings attempted 80 shots (36 on goal, 24 blocked, 20 missed). The Maple Leafs attempted 57 shots (31 on goal, 16 blocked, 10 missed). Marian Gaborik (7 on goal, 4 blocked, 1 missed) and Drew Doughty (6 on goal, 4 blocked, 1 missed) led all skaters in shot attempts.

-Los Angeles won 34-of-62 faceoffs (55%). Among regular performers, Mike Richards won 2-of-5, Anze Kopitar won 8-of-15, Trevor Lewis won 3-of-9, Jarret Stoll won 12-of-19 and Jeff Carter won 9-of-14.