March 29 postgame notes - LA Kings Insider

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 95-110-29 all-time against the Calgary franchise, a record that includes a road mark of 37-65-17. The Kings improved to 2-1-1 in the season series with the Flames with one game remaining, April 6 at Staples Center. With the win, Los Angeles avoided failing to win a game in Alberta for the first time since 1985-86.

-With the win, the Kings improved to 21-18-5 against the Western Conference, 10-12-2 against the Pacific Division, 12-13 in games decided by three or more goals, 16-28-2 when their opponent scores first, 14-12-2 when tied after one period and 28-23-3 when outshooting their opponent.

-With a 6-for-6 penalty killing performance, Los Angeles has now killed off 77-of-84 power plays (a league-best 91.7% over that span) and 46 of 47 power plays on the road since John Tavares’ power play empty net goal on January 21 at Barclays Center.

-Jarome Iginla became the seventh player to record 100th game-winning goals, joining Jaromir Jagr (135), Gordie Howe (121), Phil Esposito (118), Brett Hull (110), Teemu Selanne (110) and Brendan Shanahan (100). With a goal, an assist and a fight, he recorded the 11th Gordie Howe Hat Trick of his career. He now has 11 points (4-7=11) in 12 career games against the Calgary Flames and scored his first goal as a visitor at Scotiabank Saddledome.

-Trevor Lewis played his 500th career game. With his first period goal, he established a new career-high in goals with 10.

-By recording the 397th and 398th assists of his career, Marian Gaborik moved within two assists of 400.

-The Kings attempted 57 shots (33 on goal, 18 blocked, 6 missed). The Flames attempted 59 shots (26 on goal, 22 blocked, 11 missed). Kyle Clifford and Kris Versteeg tied with a game-high five shots.

-Los Angeles won 42-of-79 faceoffs (53%). Anze Kopitar won 19-of-30, Andy Andreoff won 0-of-1, Nick Shore won 12-of-18, Trevor Lewis won 1-of-2, Adrian Kempe won 4-of-12 and Jeff Carter won 6-of-16.