— The Kings have now won a franchise record nine consecutive games. The Kings are 11-1-0 in their last 12 games.
— The team record for most consecutive games with at least one point is 11 (9-0-2), set in 1973-74.
— The Kings now have 75 points this season. The only other Kings club to have more points after 58 games was the 1974-75 team (79 points). The 2009-10 team is the fastest Kings club to reach 36 wins.
— The last time the Kings trailed by three goals in a game and won was March 5, 2009 vs. Dallas (down 3-0 and won 5-4 in OT).
— The Kings are now 20-8-3 in one-goal games.
— Michal Handzus, with two goals and one assist, had his second consecutive three-point game. Handzus has eight points in his last five games (four goals, four assists). Handzus also scored his team-high sixth game-winning goal (the Kings’ single-season record is nine).
— Jonathan Quick (20 saves) has won nine consecutive starts in goal and is 14-3-0 in his last 17 games. Quick is one win away from tying Mario Lessard for the club record in wins for one season (Lessard had 35 in 1980-81).
— Ryan Smyth has recorded at least one point in four consecutive games, with two goals and two assists. He has nine points in the last 10 games (five goals, four assists).
— Alexander Frolov, with one goal and one assist, had his second straight multi-point game.
— Anze Kopitar had his eight-game point streak (which tied a career high) snapped when he did not record a point.
— The Kings went 0-for-3 on the power play but 4-for-4 on the penalty kill.
— Alexander Frolov had a team-high six shots on goal, Dustin Brown had a team-high four hits and Peter Harrold had a team-high three blocked shots.
— Drew Doughty led the Kings in ice time, at 27 minutes, 23 seconds. Anze Kopitar led all Kings forwards at 25:36.