-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 89-108-28 all-time against the Calgary franchise, a record that includes a home mark of 55-45-12. The Kings are 1-1-2 against the Flames in 2014-15 after having snapped a four-game home losing streak (0-2-2) to their Pacific Division rivals. Thursday’s win was the first home win over Calgary since March 11, 2013. The teams will conclude the season series on April 9 at the Scotiabank Saddledome.
-Jeff Carter (0-3=3) recorded his 499th, 500th and 501st career points (270-231=501) in the win and tied his career-high in assists (third time, all this season). He has five points (1-4=5) in the last two games. Los Angeles is 12-0-0 this season when Carter records more than one point.
-Tyler Toffoli recorded his first career hat trick and the first by a King since Dwight King’s three goals in a 7-4 victory over Phoenix on October 24, 2013. Toffoli leads Los Angeles with 18 goals and has now registered two four-point games this season, a career high. He has goals in three straight games (5-1=6), marking a career-high. By assisting on Dwight King’s third period goal, he tied his career high with 17 assists (17 / 2013-14).
-With 40 points at home this season (17-6-6), the Kings have the most points through 29 home games in franchise history (previously 39; 2010-11, 2005-06, 1974-75).
-By winning his 122nd game as Los Angeles’ head coach, Darryl Sutter tied Larry Robinson for fourth place on the club’s all-time wins list.
-The Kings lead the league with 1,785 hits. Marian Gaborik and Kyle Clifford tied with a team-high four hits. David Jones led all skaters with six hits.
-Los Angeles improved to 13-1-3 when leading after one period and 5-2-4 when tied after two periods.
-With his second period assist, Jake Muzzin (0-1=1) surpassed his career-high in assists with his 20th of the season (previously 19 / 2013-14).
-Dwight King (1-1=2) recorded a multi-point effort for the second consecutive game for the first time in his career.
-Drew Doughty tallied his 27th assist of the season, tying his total from last season.
– Jonathan Quick won his 20th game of the year, marking the sixth time he has reached at least 20 wins in his career.
-Justin Williams appeared in his 399th game as a King.
-Drew Doughty and Kris Russell finished with a game-high six blocked shots.
-The Kings attempted 87 shots (45 on goal, 22 blocked, 20 missed). Calgary attempted 42 shots (18 on goal, 17 blocked, 7 missed).
-Los Angeles won 33-of-55 faceoffs (60%). Among regular performers, Anze Kopitar won 9-of-15, Jarret Stoll won 13-of-22, Nick Shore won 2-of-5, and Jeff Carter won 9-of-13.
The Kings are scheduled to practice at 11:30 a.m. at Toyota Sports Center on Friday, February 13.