November 20 postgame notes - LA Kings Insider

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 57-48-24 all-time against Anaheim, a record that includes a road mark of 23-28-13. The win was just the third regulation win against the Ducks in the teams’ last 16 meetings. The Kings improved to 1-1-0 in the season series in advance of remaining games on February 19 at Honda Center, February 25 at Staples Center, and April 9 at Honda Center.

-Los Angeles won the 1,599th game in franchise history.

-The Kings improved to 6-6-1 against the Western Conference, 4-2-0 against the Pacific Division, 6-3-1 in one-goal games, 6-3-1 when scoring first, 3-7-1 on the road and 1-2-0 on the second night of back-to-backs.

-With a three-point night, Jeff Carter recorded his 599th, 600th and 601st career points. He was named the first star for the third consecutive game and registered his league-leading fifth game winning goal of the season. In addition to his 601 career points, he has 74 points in 116 career playoff games. Carter has goals in three consecutive games (3-3=6 total) and 12 points (7-5=12) in his last nine games.

-By winning his 10th game of the season, Peter Budaj tied Sergei Bobrovski for third place in league wins with 10. Tuukka Rask and Carey Price are tied for the league lead with 11 wins. Budaj’s 997 minutes are the second most in the league, trailing Cam Talbot’s 1,008. He leads the league with 18 games played.

-With his assist on Jeff Carter’s first goal, Tyler Toffoli increased his assist streak to three games (1-3=4).

-Nic Dowd had his assist streak snapped at three games, and Devin Setoguchi had his point streak snapped at three games.

-Matt Greene played his 599th career game.

-Los Angeles attempted 48 shots (29 on goal, 9 blocked, 10 missed). Anaheim attempted 60 shots (30 on goal, 18 blocked, 12 missed). Jeff Carter led all skaters with eight shots on goal and 10 shot attempts.

-The Kings won 23-of-61 faceoffs (38%). Among regular performers, Nick Shore won 4-of-10, Trevor Lewis won 2-of-9, Nic Dowd won 6-of-17 and Jeff Carter won 11-of-24.

Monday, November 21 is an off-day for the team. The Kings will return to Toyota Sports Center for practice at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, November 22.