— Michal Handzus had one goal and one assist. Handzus now has 400 career NHL points and 100 points with the Kings. He has 12 points (five goals, seven assists) in his last 12 games.
— The Kings tied a season high with three power-play goals.
— Of the 18 skaters in the Kings lineup (non-goalies), 12 recorded at least one point.
— The Kings are 25-0-0 when leading after two periods.
— Alexander Frolov had one goal and tied a career high with three assists. His four points were a season high, and the Kings are 9-0-0 when Frolov has a multi-point game. Frolov also recorded a game-high six shots on goal.
— The Kings scored four goals in a period for the second time this season. They also scored four on Nov. 5 against Pittsburgh.
— Anze Kopitar had one assist and has recorded at least one point in seven consecutive games. He has four goals and three assists in that span. Kopitar’s career best point-scoring streak is eight games.
— Jonathan Quick recorded his third shutout of the season. His 11 saves matched a franchise record for fewest saves in a shutout. Cristobal Huet also had 11 saves in a shutout of Pittsburgh on Oct. 10, 2003.
— Randy Jones had two assists for his fourth multi-point game of the season and his first since Dec. 1 at Anaheim.
— Fredrik Modin scored a goal, his second in three games with the Kings. Modin had two goals in 24 games with Columbus this season before being traded last week.
— The Kings outshot the Blue Jackets 35-11. It was the fewest number of shots on goal the Kings have allowed this season.
— Drew Doughty led all Kings in ice time at 23:17. Randy Jones played 23:09. Anze Kopitar led all Kings forwards at 19:57.
— With Bob Miller still recovering from shingles, Nick Nickson called the game on TV with Jim Fox, with Mike Kalinowski and Daryl Evans handling radio. It was, by Nick’s recollection, his first TV game since Oct. 26, 1990, when he filled in for Bob on the night Wayne Gretzky recorded his 2,000th career point in Winnipeg. Nick and Jim will also call Wednesday’s game at Chicago.