February 27 postgame notes - LA Kings Insider

-With the loss, Los Angeles fell to 53-44-21 all-time against Anaheim, a record that includes an away mark of 21-27-12. The Kings are 2-4-3 in their last nine regular season games against the Ducks.

-In the 2014-15 season series, Los Angeles has out-scored Anaheim 3-0 in first periods and has been out-scored 8-3 in third periods.

-Friday’s game snapped a streak of five consecutive one-goal games in the rivalry and four consecutive games that extended past regulation.

-The Kings have killed 20 penalties in a row and have not allowed a power play goal since David Jones’ second period goal in Los Angeles’ 5-3 win over Calgary on February 12. This is the club’s longest streak of the season, surpassing the 18 consecutive kills from October 12-26, 2014.

-The Kings lost in regulation when scoring first for the third time this season, falling to 19-3-7. The Ducks improved to 13-14-1 when the opponent scores first.

-Brayden McNabb scored his first goal as a King and second career NHL goal. His only other goal came on December 26, 2011 as a member of the Buffalo Sabres in a 4-2 home win over Washington.

-Darryl Sutter coached his 1,100th career game.

-Anze Kopitar has 51 points (21-30=51) in 49 career games against Anaheim.

-Anaheim out-hit Los Angeles 52-25. All Ducks other than Clayton Stoner and Hampus Lindholm were credited with at least one hit. Tim Jackman led all skaters with six hits, while Dustin Brown led Los Angeles with five.

-Anaheim blocked 18 shots, with Ben Lovejoy blocking a game-high five.

-The Kings won 27-of-64 faceoffs (42%). Among regular performers, Anze Kopitar won 7-of-16, Jarret Stoll won 8-of-16, Nick Shore won 2-of-9 and Jeff Carter won 10-of-22.

-Los Angeles attempted 57 shots (22 on goal, 18 blocked, 17 missed). Anaheim attempted 53 shots (32 on goal, 8 blocked, 13 missed). Ryan Getzlaf led all skaters with eight shot attempts (five on goal, 1 blocked, 2 missed) and finished tied with Dwight King amongst all skaters with five shots on goal. King (5 on goal, 2 missed) and Jeff Carter (4 on goal, 3 missed) led the Kings with seven shot attempts.

The Kings are scheduled to practice at 10:00 a.m. at Toyota Sports Center on Saturday, February 28 before traveling to Winnipeg.