Postgame notes (March 16)

Some notes from last night’s game…

— The Kings completed their season series against Anaheim with a win, as they beat the Ducks 4-2 on Friday night at Honda Center.

— The Kings finished with a 5-1-0 record against the Ducks this season, the first time that they have ever beaten the Ducks five times in a season.

— In the 10 games since the Jeff Carter trade, the Kings have scored a total of 33 goals, and have reached the four-goal mark six times. The Kings have a 17-0-2 record this season when they score at least four goals, and a 22-1-2 record when they score at least three goals.

— The Kings outshot the Ducks 43-20, including 19-8 in the second period. The Kings’ season-high for shots on goal in a game is 44, on Dec. 8 vs. Minnesota.

— The Kings went 0-for-3 on the power play and 2-for-3 on the penalty kill. The Kings had killed 33 consecutive penalties until Cam Fowler’s second-period power-play goal.

— The Kings improved to 16-12-8 on the road, 27-5-6 when scoring the first goal, 17-2-2 when leading after the first period and 25-0-3 when leading after the second period.

— Jonathan Quick stopped 18 of 20 shots. Quick recorded his 30th victory of the season (30-19-11) and has recorded at least 30 victories in three consecutive seasons. Quick has allowed two or fewer goals in 40 of his 60 starts this season, and has a 26-7-7 record in those games.

— Justin Williams had one goal and one assist, to push his season totals to 18 goals and 33 assists. It was Williams’ 14th multi-point game of the season, which tied Anze Kopitar for the team lead. Williams has six goals and five assists in his last nine games.

— Alec Martinez had one goal, his third goal and seventh point of the season. Martinez had gone 23 consecutive games without a goal.

— Anze Kopitar had one goal, to push his team-high totals to 22 goals and 61 points. Kopitar has five goals and five assists in his last nine games. Kopitar had three goals and three assists in six games against Anaheim this season.

— Mike Richards had an empty-net goal, his 15th goal and 36th point of the season. Richards had gone 25 consecutive games without a goal. Richards had five goals and three assists in five games against Anaheim this season.

— Matt Greene had two assists, to push his season totals to nine assists and 13 points. It was Greene’s first multi-point game of the season and the third multi-assist game of his career. Greene’s last two-assist game was also at Anaheim, on Feb. 18, 2009. Greene’s career-high for points is 14, set with the Kings in 2008-09.

— Drew Doughty had two assists, to push his season totals to 23 assists and 32 points. It was Doughty’s seventh multi-point game of the season and his second consecutive multi-point game. Doughty has one goal and three assists in his last two games.

— Dustin Brown had one assist, his 27th assist and 46th point of the season. Brown set a new career-best by recording at least one point in his 10th consecutive games. Brown has five goals and 10 assists in his last 10 games, and has also recorded at least one assist in six consecutive games.

— Colin Fraser had one assist, his sixth assist and seventh point of the season.

— Dwight King recorded a game-high eight shots on goal. Drew Doughty, Matt Greene and Trevor Lewis each were credited with a team-high four hits. Jeff Carter and Willie Mitchell each were credited with a team-high three blocked shots.

— Drew Doughty led the Kings in ice time, with a game-high 26 minutes, 37 seconds, followed by Willie Mitchell, at 23:28. Dustin Brown and Anze Kopitar led all Kings forwards in ice time, both at 21:14.

— The Kings won 32 of 59 faceoffs (54 percent). Anze Kopitar won 9 of 18 draws (50 percent). Jarret Stoll won 8 of 15 draws (53 percent). Mike Richards won 9 of 13 draws (69 percent).

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