November 16 postgame notes - LA Kings Insider

-With the loss, Los Angeles fell to 43-84-14 all-time against Boston, a record that includes a 26-36-8 home mark. The Kings finished the season series with a 1-1-0 record, while the Bruins finished the series with a 1-0-1 record and won the season series for the second consecutive season.

-With the loss, Los Angeles fell to 9-3-0 against the Eastern Conference, 6-3-0 against the Atlantic Division, 4-4-2 in one-goal games, 5-4-2 when their opponent scores first, 3-3-2 when trailing after the first period, 1-4-2 when trailing after the second period and 4-4-0 when outshot by their opponent.

-The Kings have lost four straight games in regulation for the first time since January 16-23, 2017 (1-2 L vs TBL, 2-3 L vs SJS, 2-4 L @ NYI, 2-3 L @ NYR).

-With his first period goal, Anze Kopitar extended his point streak to a career-long 10 games (3-8=11). It is the longest point streak by a King since Dustin Brown posted a 10-game streak from February 25-March 16, 2012 (5-10=15). Kopitar’s streak is the longest active point streak in the league and the third longest overall. The assist also moved him past Bernie Nicholls (758) for fifth on the Kings’ all-time points list (264-495=759). He trails Marcel Dionne (1,307), Luc Robitaille (1,154), Dave Taylor (1,069) and Wayne Gretzky (918).

-In his Los Angeles debut, Jussi Jokinen registered one assist, an even rating, two shots on goal and two wins on four faceoffs in 13:39 of ice time.

-Trevor Lewis was credited with a game-high eight hits.

-Alec Martinez was credited with a game-high eight blocked shots.

-The Kings attempted 57 shots (28 on goal, 14 blocked, 15 missed). The Bruins attempted 55 shots (30 on goal, 16 blocked, 9 missed). Dustin Brown, Zdeno Chara, Sean Kuraly, Tim Schaller and Kevan Miller tied with a game-high four shots on goal.

-Los Angeles won 31-of-64 faceoffs (48%). Adrian Kempe won 5-of-11, Anze Kopitar won 10-of-22, Andy Andreoff won 2-of-2, Nick Shore won 7-of-14, Dustin Brown won 1-of-1, Jussi Jokinen won 2-of-4, Andrew Crescenzi won 3-of-8 and Tanner Pearson won 1-of-2.

The Kings are scheduled to practice at 11:00 a.m. at Toyota Sports Center on Friday, November 17.

-Lead photo via Harry How/Getty Images

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