December 29 postgame notes - LA Kings Insider

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 78-80-39 all-time against Edmonton, a record that includes an away mark of 38-44-18. The Kings are 3-0-0 in the season series thus far in advance of a pair of games at Staples Center to conclude the season series on February 25 and March 26. Tuesday’s game marked the final regular season game played by Los Angeles at Rexall Place.

-The Kings improved to 13-6-0 against the Western Conference and 7-5-0 against the Pacific Division. They are 3-1-0 over a stretch of five consecutive games against the Pacific Division (L vs SJS, W @ ARI, W @ VAN, W @ EDM, 12/31 @ CGY).

-Los Angeles has scored 17 goals over the last four games and have outscored their opponents 14-5 through the first three games of their four-game road trip through Arizona and Western Canada.

-With a two-assist, performance, Dustin Brown (1-2=3) has now recorded 245 career assists, surpassing Charlie Simmer (244 assists) for 12th place on the franchise’s all-time assists list.

-With a 42-save performance, Jonathan Quick improved to 12-0-3 in 15 career regular season games in which he makes 40 or more saves.

-With a plus-one rating, Tyler Toffoli now leads the league with a plus-22 rating. He has six goals and nine points (6-3=9) in the last seven games.

-With a plus-one rating, Anze Kopitar has now recorded an even-or-better rating in 31 of 35 games this season.

-The Kings attempted 75 shots (33 on goal, 25 blocked, 17 missed). The Oilers attempted 81 shots (44 on goal, 21 blocked, 16 missed). Leon Draisaitl led all skaters with six shots on goal and nine shot attempts (6 on goal, 1 blocked, 2 missed). Jake Muzzin and Tanner Pearson led L.A. with four shots on goal.

-Los Angeles won 35-of-61 faceoffs (57%). Among regular performers, Anze Kopitar won 12-of-20, Andy Andreoff won 3-of-9, Nick Shore won 11-of-15 and Trevor Lewis won 8-of-15.