Some notes from last night’s game…
— The Kings had their six-game winning streak ended, as they lost to the Boston Bruins 4-2 on Saturday night at Staples Center.
— The Kings fell to eighth place in the Western Conference and third place in the Pacific Division. The Kings are one point behind third-place (and division-leading) Dallas and one point behind seventh-place Phoenix, with one game in hand over the Coyotes. The Kings are tied in points with ninth-place San Jose but hold the wins tiebreaker, and are in tied in points with 10th-place Colorado, with two games in hand.
— The Kings finished the season with a 7-7-4 record against Eastern Conference teams.
— The Kings outshot the Bruins 42-26, including 18-7 in the third period. The Kings have recorded at least 42 shots on goal in three of their last five games. The Kings’ season-high for shots on goal in a game is 44, set Dec. 8 vs. Minnesota.
— The Kings went 0-for-4 on the power play and 1-for-1 on the penalty kill, and allowed their second shorthanded goal of the season. The Kings are 1-for-17 on the power play in their last four games.
— The Kings fell to 20-13-4 at Staples Center and 8-21-6 when allowing the first goal.
— Jonathan Quick stopped 22 of 25 shots. Quick had allowed two or fewer goals in five consecutive starts.
— Colin Fraser scored a goal, his second goal and eighth point of the season. Fraser’s other goal came on Nov. 12 vs. Minnesota.
— Slava Voynov scored a goal, his seventh goal and 18th point of the season. Voynov has three goals and one assist in his last seven games.
— Drew Doughty had one assist, his 25th assist and 34th point of the season. Doughty has one goal and five assists in his last six games.
— Justin Williams had one assist, his 35th assist and 53rd point of the season.
— Kyle Clifford had one assist, his seventh assist and 12th point of the season.
— Jeff Carter and Justin Williams each recorded a game-high five shots on goal. Dustin Brown was credited with a game-high five hits. Drew Doughty and Rob Scuderi each were credited with a team-high three blocked shots.
— Drew Doughty led the Kings in ice time, with a game-high 23 minutes, 51 seconds, followed by Dustin Brown, at 21:33.
— The Kings won 34 of 58 faceoffs (59 percent). Anze Kopitar won 12 of 22 draws (55 percent). Jarret Stoll won 11 of 17 draws (65 percent). Mike Richards won 9 of 13 draws (69 percent).