April 4 postgame notes - LA Kings Insider

-The Kings are now 13-4-1 at home, which is tied for the best 18-game home record in club history. Six other Kings teams had 27 points after 18 home games.
-The Kings have out-scored their opponents 55-33 at home this season.
-Jonathan Bernier earned his sixth career shutout. Three of his shutouts have come against Minnesota.
-Bernier is 9-0-0 with a 1.50 GAA and .938 Sv% in his 10 starts this season.
-Justin Williams has goals in a career high five straight games (6-0=6).
-Jeff Carter has 15 goals (15-3=18) in the last 24 games.
-Anze Kopitar has 24 points (6-18=24) in the last 23 games.
-Robyn Regehr had an assist, was a plus-2 and had a game-high six hits in his Kings debut.
-The Kings are 36-7-9 when Mike Richards records a point (as a King).
-The Kings recorded a season-low 14 shots. Their previous low was 16 in a 5-1 win over Nashville on March 4.
-The Kings have been held without a power play goal in six of their last seven games, going 2-for-18 with the man advantage over that span.
-No one on the Kings logged fewer than 11:11 of ice time.

The Kings will practice at 10:30 am on Friday at Toyota Sports Center.