October 28 postgame notes - LA Kings Insider

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 43-83-14 all-time against Boston, a record that includes a road mark of 17-48-6. The Kings are 6-5-0 in the last 11 road games in the series. These teams will conclude their season series on November 16 at Staples Center.

-Los Angeles improved to 8-1-0 against the Eastern Conference, 5-1-0 against the Atlantic Division, 3-1-1 in one-goal games, 4-1-1 when their opponent scores first, 4-0-0 when tied after one period, 5-0-0 when tied after two periods, 1-1 in overtime, 2-1 in games that extend past regulation and 1-0-0 when shots are even.

-With a 9-1-1 record, the Kings tied the 1980-81 club record for the best start in franchise history (also 9-1-1).

-Los Angeles won its NHL-best 25th overtime game since the switch to the three-on-three format in advance of the 2015-16 season. Their .758 winning percentage in games decided in overtime is just shy of Calgary’s league-best .760 rate.

-The Kings finished 7-1-0 during an eight-game stretch against Eastern Conference opponents (4-2 W vs BUF, 3-2 W vs NYI, 5-1 W vs MTL, 6-4 W @ CBJ, 2-3 L @ TOR, 3-2 SOW @ OTT, 4-0 W @ MTL, 2-1 OTW @ BOS).

-Los Angeles improved to 4-1-0 on its six-game road trip. The franchise’s best record in any previous six-game road trip is 4-2-0 (both 1986-87, 1988-89).

-With 19 points, the Kings tied the 1990-91 team (9-3-1) for the best October in franchise history. The record for most points in any month in club history is 22, set in January by the 2001-02 club (11-3-0), in February by the 1990-91 club (10-2-2) and in March by the 2013-14 club (11-4-0). The most wins Los Angeles has ever recorded in any month is 11, set by the 2001-02 club (January) and the 2013-14 club (March). The Kings have one game remaining this month: October 30 at St. Louis.

-Jonathan Quick improved to 47-15-7 all-time in October.

-Drew Doughty played his 699th NHL game.

-Los Angeles attempted 63 shots (30 on goal, 20 blocked, 13 missed). Boston attempted 58 shots (30 on goal, 10 blocked, 18 missed). Tyler Toffoli led all skaters with seven shots on goal.

-The Kings won 34-of-70 faceoffs (49%). Adrian Kempe won 7-of-13, Anze Kopitar won 9-of-23, Michael Cammalleri won 0-of-1, Andy Andreoff won 2-of-3, Alex Iafallo won 2-of-2, Trevor Lewis won 0-of-1, Dustin Brown won 0-of-2, Brooks Laich won 7-of-15, Michael Amadio won 6-of-7, Tanner Pearson won 1-of-2 and Tyler Toffoli won 0-of-1.

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