November 7 postgame notes - LA Kings Insider

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 59-49-25 all-time against Anaheim, a record that includes a road mark of 24-29-14. 14 of the last 20 games in the rivalry have been decided by one goal. These teams have four games remaining: November 25 and January 13 at Staples Center, and January 19 and March 30 at Honda Center.

-With the win, the Kings improved to 2-1-2 against the Western Conference, 2-0-1 against the Pacific Division, 4-1-2 in one-goal games, 5-2-2 when their opponent scores first, 3-1-2 when trailing after one period, 1-2-2 when trailing after two periods, 3-2 in games that extend past regulation and 6-1-2 when outshooting their opponent. The last time they trailed after the second period and won was April 8, 2017, a 1-0 deficit that resulted in a 3-2 overtime win over Chicago.

-Los Angeles improved to 26-9 in games decided in overtime since the switch to the three-on-three format in 2015-16. Their .743 winning percentage in overtime ranks second in the league to Calgary (.769). Nick Shore scored his first career overtime goal and third career game-winning goal.

-The Kings’ +18 goal differential leads the NHL. They have outscored their opponents 20-7 in third periods.

-With a 5-for-5 effort, Los Angeles has killed off 20 of their last 21 shorthanded situations, dating back to the 3-2 shootout win in Ottawa on October 24.

-Drew Doughty’s total ice time of 35:31 was a regular season career-high.

-Dustin Brown’s total ice time of 25:04 was his largest haul since logging 25:35 in a 3-2 shootout win at San Jose on November 28, 2007. He finished with four shots on goal, seven shot attempts and six hits.

-With a goal and an assist, Anze Kopitar extended his assist streak to five games and his point streak to six games (2-6=8).

-With his assist on Adrian Kempe’s goal, Tanner Pearson extended his assist streak to three games and his point streak to four games (1-5=6)

-With his assist on Adrian Kempe’s goal, Tyler Toffoli increased his point streak to three games (2-2=4).

-The Kings attempted 68 shots (43 on goal, 12 blocked, 13 missed). The Ducks attempted 65 shots (36 on goal, 13 blocked, 16 missed). Tanner Pearson, Tyler Toffoli and Jakob Silfverberg finished with a game-high five shots on goal.

-Los Angeles won 33-of-63 faceoffs (52%). Adrian Kempe won 5-of-15, Anze Kopitar won 14-of-24, Andy Andreoff won 1-of-1, Nick Shore won 9-of-14, Dustin Brown won 0-of-2, Brooks Laich won 3-of-4, Michael Amadio won 1-of-2 and Tanner Pearson won 0-of-1.

The Kings are scheduled to practice at Toyota Sports Center at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, November 8.

-Lead photo via Debora Robinson/NHLI