November 14 postgame notes - LA Kings Insider

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 77-80-39 all-time against Edmonton, a record that includes a home mark of 40-36-21. The Kings have won seven in a row at home over the Oilers, having outscored them 29-8 since Edmonton’s 3-0 win at Staples Center on November 3, 2011. In the last 13 overall games in the series, Los Angeles is 11-1-1.

-The Kings improved to 8-5-0 against the Western Conference and 3-4-0 against the Pacific Division.

-With a 0-for-4 performance, Los Angeles stretch of scoring at least one power play goal in five consecutive games came to an end.

-The Kings have killed off 15 consecutive penalties and are 21-of-22 on the penalty kill over the last eight games.

-Anze Kopitar appeared in his 700th NHL game, becoming the eighth player to appear in 700 games as a King.

-Nick Shore scored his first career game-winning goal.

-Tyler Toffoli extended his point streak to four games (1-4=5), his second streak of four games this season.

-Tanner Pearson has seven points (2-5=7) in the last six games and recorded his second multi-point game of the season. His three points (1-2=3) tied a career-high, while his two-assists set a career-high.

-Jeff Carter has 15 points (7-8=15) in the last 12 games. He has 21 points (14-7=21) in 19 career games against Edmonton.

– Drew Doughty played in his 541st career game, tying Sean O’Donnell for fifth on the Kings all-time games played list among defensemen.

-The Kings attempted 60 shots (28 on goal, 19 blocked, 13 missed). The Oilers attempted 52 shots (25 on goal, 11 blocked, 16 missed). Teddy Purcell led all skaters with six shots on goal and seven shot attempts (6 on goal, 1 missed). All Los Angeles skaters registered at least one shot on goal except for Kyle Clifford, Christian Ehrhoff and Brayden McNabb.

-The Kings won 31-of-58 faceoffs (53%). Among regular performers, Anze Kopitar won 14-of-23, Andy Andreoff won 4-of-7, Nick Shore won 5-of-14, Trevor Lewis won 0-of-1, and Jeff Carter won 8-of-13.

Sunday, November 15 is a day off for the team. The Kings will return to Toyota Sports Center for practice at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, November 16 before traveling to Philadelphia.