Some notes from last night’s game…
— The Kings went into their extended All-Star break with a win, as they beat the Ottawa Senators 4-1 on Monday night at Staples Center.
— The Kings now have eight days between games, before they host Columbus on Feb. 1.
— Through 50 games, the Kings have a 24-16-10 record (58 points). Through 50 games last season, the Kings had a 27-22-1 record (55 points).
— The Kings had scored a total of five regulation goals in their previous four games. The Kings have now scored at least four goals in 11 of 50 games this season, and they have 10-0-1 record in those games. The Kings have allowed two or fewer goals in 31 of 50 games and they have a 20-4-7 record in those games.
— The Kings outshot the Senators 34-28, including 20-12 in the second period,
— The Kings went 1-for-5 on the power play and 4-for-5 on the penalty kill. The Kings had been 1-for-10 on the power play in their last four games. The Kings have allowed at least one power-play goal in seven consecutive games.
— The Kings improved to 13-10-4 at Staples Center, 17-3-5 when scoring the first goal, 8-0-1 when leading after the first period and 16-0-2 when leading after the second period.
— Jonathan Quick stopped 27 of 28 shots. Quick has allowed two or fewer goals in five of his last six starts.
— Kyle Clifford had one goal and one assist, to push his season totals to three goals and six assists. Clifford had his second multi-point game of the season. Clifford also had a first-period fight for the unofficial “Gordie Howe Hat Trick.’’
— Willie Mitchell scored a goal, for his third goal and 11th point of the season. Mitchell’s career high for goals is five, set last season.
— Jack Johnson scored a 5-on-3 goal, for his eighth goal and 21st period of the season. Johnson tied his career-high in goals. He also had eight goals in 2009-10. Five of Johnson’s eight goals have come on the power play.
— Trevor Lewis scored a goal on a penalty shot, for his second goal and third point of the season. It was the first penalty-shot attempt of Lewis’ career. The Kings are now 16-for-50 all time on penalty shots. The Kings had been 0-for-3 on penalty shots this season.
— Colin Fraser had two assists, and now has three assists and four points this season. Fraser recorded his first multi-point game since Nov. 12, 2010, when, as a member of the Edmonton Oilers, he scored two goals against New Jersey.
— Drew Doughty had two assists, and now has 19 assists and 22 points this season. It was Doughty’s fourth multi-point game of the season and his first since Dec. 22. Doughty has one goal and six assists in his last 10 games.
— Justin Williams had one assist, his 25th assist and 34th point of the season. Williams has recorded at least one point in eight consecutive games (three goals, seven assists). Williams’ career-best point streak is 11 games, set in 2010.
— Drew Doughty and Jack Johnson each recorded a game-high five shots on goal. Dustin Brown was credited with a team-high seven hits. Anze Kopitar, Willie Mitchell and Slava Voynov each recorded a team-high two blocked shots.
— Drew Doughty led the Kings in ice time, with 25 minutes, 35 seconds, followed by Willie Mitchell, at 23:04. Mike Richards led all Kings forwards in ice time, at 19:04, followed by Jarret Stoll, at 18:42.
— The Kings won 32 of 60 faceoffs (53 percent). Anze Kopitar won 12 of 20 draws (60 percent). Mike Richards won 6 of 15 draws (40 percent). Jarret Stoll won 8 of 12 faceoffs (67 percent).