December 10 postgame notes - LA Kings Insider

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 20-11-2 all-time against Ottawa, a record that includes a home mark of 13-3-1. These teams concluded the season against each other with a 1-1-0 head-to-head record, with each team winning on home ice.

-The Kings improved to 6-4-1 against the Eastern Conference, 2-2-1 against the Atlantic Division, 3-6 in games decided by three or more goals, 8-3-1 when scoring first, 6-0-0 when leading after one period and 3-2-0 when outshot by their opponents.

-With the win, Dean Lombardi became the first Los Angeles General Manager to win 400 games with the team, and Darryl Sutter became the second Head Coach to win 200 games with the team (Andy Murray / 215 wins). Sutter’s 200 wins with the Kings are his most with any team (SJS – 192, CHI – 110, CGY – 107).

-Los Angeles’ three power play goals in one game were the most since February 9, 2016 at Boston.

-The Kings improved to 5-0-0 when wearing their alternate jerseys this season.

-Los Angeles has scored at least four goals in 10 of 27 games this season.

-The Kings improved to 1-1-1 during a stretch of eight consecutive games against Eastern Conference opponents (4-5 SOL vs MTL; 1-3 L vs CAR; 4-1 W vs OTT; 12/13 @ BUF; 12/15 @ DET; 12/16 @ PIT; 12/18 @ BOS; 12/20 @ CBJ).

-Alec Martinez scored his sixth goal of the season, most among Los Angeles defenseman. The goal was the 45th of his career, surpassing Garry Galley for eighth on the Kings all-time goals list by defensemen.

– Matt Greene appeared in his 454th game with Los Angeles, tying Jaroslav Modry for ninth place on the franchise’s list of all-time games played by a defenseman.

-With two points, Trevor Lewis recorded the 98th and 99th points of his NHL career (40-59=99). He has three goals in his last four games, and with five goals, five assists and 10 points, is three goals, three assists and six points off last year’s 75-game, 16-point total.

-By assisting on Jeff Carter’s goal, Drew Doughty extended his point streak to three games (2-2=4).

-Peter Budaj registered his first assist since April 4, 2012 against Tampa Bay, while he was with Montreal.

-Anze Kopitar has appeared in 16 consecutive games without scoring and has been held without a shot on goal in two consecutive games. His last goal was scored on October 25 against Columbus. Tyler Toffoli has appeared in nine consecutive games without scoring. His last goal was scored on November 17 against Edmonton.

-The Kings attempted 32 shots (19 on goal, 5 blocked, 8 missed). The Senators attempted 45 shots (20 on goal, 16 blocked, 9 missed). Cody Ceci led all skaters with five shots on goal. No L.A. skater finished with more than four shot attempts.

-Los Angeles won 34-of-64 faceoffs (53%). Among regular performers, Anze Kopitar won 16-of-28, Andy Andreoff won 3-of-6, Nick Shore won 7-of-14, Trevor Lewis won 0-of-1 and Jeff Carter won 8-of-14.

-The Kings are scheduled to practice at 10:00 a.m. at Toyota Sports Center on Sunday, December 11.

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