— Anze Kopitar, with two goals, extended his point streak to six games, with six goals and five assists in those games. He now leads the NHL in goals (10) and points (21). For the NHL scoring leaders, click here.
— The Kings’ eight wins are tied with Colorado for second most in the NHL, one behind Pittsburgh. The Kings’ 16 points are third-most in the NHL, two behind Colorado and Pittsburgh.
— The Kings have scored 44 goals this season, the most in the NHL. The Kings have scored 23 goals in their last four home games.
— With one assist, Dustin Brown extended his point streak to six games (four goals, five assists).
— Jonathan Quick stopped 25 shots and is now tied for the league lead with eight wins.
— Scott Parse has two assists in his first two NHL games.
— Alexander Frolov had two goals and one assist, and now has six points in his last three games (two goals, four assists).
— The Kings have their second four-game winning streak of the season. Their longest losing streak is three games.
— The last time the Kings started 8-4-0 was 2005-06. Through 12 games last season, the Kings were 4-6-2 (they were 6-6-0 in 2007-08 and 3-7-2 in 2006-07).
— Rick Nash failed on a penalty shot in the first period. The Kings have now stopped 35 of 47 penalty shots all time.
— The Kings went 2 for 4 on the power play and 3 for 4 on the penalty kill.
— Drew Doughty, who had two assists, played a team-high 23 minutes, 34 seconds. Ryan Smyth led all Kings forwards at 21:35.
— The Kings have been given tomorrow off…no practice.