Postgame notes (May 30) - LA Kings Insider

Some notes from last night’s game…

— The Kings opened another playoff series with a road victory, as they beat the New Jersey Devils 2-1 in overtime in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals on Wednesday night at Prudential Center.

— The Kings won Game 1 on the road in all four of their series in these playoffs.

— The Kings have won nine consecutive road games during this postseason and 11 consecutive road playoff games overall, dating to last season. Both are NHL records.

— The Kings are 3-0 in overtime in this postseason.

— The Kings outshot the Devils 25-17, including 9-3 in the second period.

— The Kings went 0-for-1 on the power play and 2-for-2 on the penalty kill.

— Jonathan Quick stopped 16 of 17 shots.

— Anze Kopitar scored the overtime goal, his seventh goal and 16th point of the playoffs. Kopitar recorded his second career playoff overtime goal. He had one in the 2010 first round against Vancouver. Kopitar has six goals and six assists in his last nine games. In 21 career playoff games, Kopitar has nine goals and 12 assists.

— Colin Fraser scored a goal, his first goal and second point of the playoffs. Fraser recorded his first-ever playoff goal, in his 18th game. Of the 20 skaters who have played for the Kings in this postseason, 16 have scored at least one goal.

— Jordan Nolan had one assist, his first assist and second point of the playoffs.

— Justin Williams had one assist, his 10th assist and 12th point of the playoffs. In 66 career playoff games, Williams has 13 goals and 28 assists.

— Drew Doughty had one assist, his ninth assist and 11th point of the playoffs. Doughty has two goals and seven assists in his last eight games. In 27 career playoff games, Doughty has seven goals and 15 assists.

— Anze Kopitar recorded a game-high four shots on goal. Matt Greene and Jarret Stoll each were credited with a team-high five hits. Slava Voynov was credited with a team-high two blocked shots.

— Drew Doughty led the Kings in ice time, at a game-high 28 minutes, 15 seconds, followed by Willie Mitchell, at 27:09. Anze Kopitar led all Kings forwards in ice time, at 22:01, followed by Dustin Brown, at 20:09.

— The Kings won 31 of 56 faceoffs (55 percent). Anze Kopitar won 14 of 24 draws (58 percent). Mike Richards won 5 of 15 draws (33 percent). Jarret Stoll won 9 of 10 draws (90 percent).