— The Kings are now 6-1-1 against Pacific Division teams and 10-0 when leading after two periods.
— The Kings entered the game 0 for 13 on the power play, combined, in their previous four games, and had combined for only 14 shots on goal on the power play. On Tuesday, they went 1 for 5 on the power play and had 14 shots on goal with the man advantage.
— Brad Richarsdon had not recorded a point this season, but got a second-period assist and the game-winning goal with 2:20 remaining in the third period. It was Richardson’s first multi-point game since March 1, 2007, when he played for Colorado.
— Randy Jones had one goal and one assist. In his first 10 games with the Kings, after being claimed off waivers from Philadelphia, Jones has three goals and five assists. He now has three multi-point games with the Kings.
— Justin Williams scored a goal and snapped an eight-game streak without a goal.
— Anze Kopitar recorded only one shot on goal and now has not scored a goal in 10 consecutive games. In his previous 10 games, Kopitar had 10 goals.
— Scott Parse had a goal and now has at least one point in five of his last six games (one goal, four assists).
— Jonathan Quick made 27 saves.
— The Kings outshot the Ducks 42-30 and reached the 40-shot plateau for the first time this season. On the other hand, the Kings have now allowed at least 30 shots in four of their last five games.
— The Kings were strong again in the faceoff circle, as they won 29 of 51 draws (57 percent).
— Dustin Brown led the Kings in shots on goal (six) and ice time (22:34). Drew Doughty led all defensemen in ice time at 22:33.