Some notes from last night’s game…
— The Kings earned a rare victory in Calgary, as they beat the Flames 4-1 on Saturday night at Scotiabank Saddledome.
— The Kings beat the Flames for the fourth consecutive time, but won for only the second time in Calgary since March 2006.
— The Kings improved to 7-1-4 under coach Darryl Sutter, who got a win against his former team — Sutter spent eight years in Calgary as coach and (later) general manager — and against his younger brother Brent, the Flames’ coach.
— The Kings reached the four-goal mark for a third consecutive game. They had not previously reached the three-goal mark in three consecutive games all season. The Kings have totaled 13 goals in their last three games. In their previous eight games, they scored a total of 13 goals.
— The Flames outshot the Kings 30-24, including 11-6 in the first period.
— The Kings went 1-for-4 on the power play and 2-for-3 on the penalty kill. The Kings are 5-for-15 on the power play in their last three games. The Kings had scored a total of five power-play goals in their previous 18 games.
— The Kings improved to 9-5-5 on the road, 15-2-4 when scoring the first goal and 14-0-2 when leading after the second period.
— Jonathan Quick stopped 29 of 30 shots. Quick has a 7-1-3 record in his last 11 games, and has allowed either one goal or zero goals in six of his last seven games.
— Mike Richards had one goal and one assist, to push his season totals to 14 goals and 12 assists. Richards and Anze Kopitar are tied for the team high in goals. Richards had not scored a goal in nine consecutive games. It was Richards’ fifth multi-point game of the season and his first since Nov. 22.
— Dustin Brown scored an empty-net goal and had one assist (on the power play), to push his season totals to 12 goals and 13 assists. Brown has two goals and two assists in his last three games, and has seven goals in his last 15 games.
— Anze Kopitar scored a power-play goal, his 14th goal and 41st point of the season. Kopitar and Mike Richards are tied for the team lead in goals. Kopitar has scored a goal in three consecutive games and has three goals and two assists in his last three games. Six of Kopitar’s 14 goals have come on the power play.
— Matt Greene scored a goal, his third goal and seventh point of the season. Two of Greene’s three goals this season have been game-winning goals. Greene set a single-season career high in goals. He had scored two goals in each of the past four seasons.
— Justin Williams had two assists, including one on the power play, to push his season totals to 22 assists and 29 points. Williams has one goal and four assists in his last three games.
— Dustin Penner had one assist, his eighth assist and 10th point of the season. Penner has two assists in his last three games.
— Jarret Stoll had one assist, his ninth assist and 14th point of the season.
— Rob Scuderi had one assist, his fourth assist and fifth point of the season.
— Drew Doughty had one assist, his 16th assist and 19th point of the season. Doughty has recorded an assist in three consecutive games.
— Anze Kopitar and Mike Richards each recorded a team-high three shots on goal. Trent Hunter was credited with a team-high four hits. Matt Greene, Trevor Lewis and Rob Scuderi each were credited with a team-high two blocked shots.
— Drew Doughty led the Kings in ice time, at 24 minutes, 40 seconds, followed by Jack Johnson, at 20:49. Anze Kopitar led all Kings forwards in ice time, at 19:31, followed by Dustin Brown, at 17:08.
— The Kings won 24 of 50 faceoffs (48 percent). Anze Kopitar won 10 of 18 draws (56 percent). Jarret Stoll won 4 of 10 draws (40 percent). Mike Richards won 3 of 9 draws (33 percent).