April 21 postgame notes - LA Kings Insider

-Los Angeles finished the season series against Dallas with a 2-3-0 record. It was the first year since 2006-07 (0-6-2) that the Kings finished with a sub-.500 record against the Stars.
-The Kings won their first overtime game of the season. They are now 1-1 in overtime.
-The Kings have clinched at the least the sixth seed in the Western Conference.
-The Kings have points in five straight games (4-0-1), are 9-2-3 in their last 14 games, and are 23-9-3 in 35 games since Feb. 11.
-The Kings have won six straight at home and are 18-4-1 overall at home, marking the best 23-game home record in club history.
-The Kings’ 57 points through 45 games is tied for the third-most in club history.
-The Kings have killed 16 straight penalties and are 48-for-53 over the last 18 games (90.6%).
-The Kings have a power-play goal in eight straight games and are 33-for-138 (23.9%) on the power play over the last 41 games. The club record is power play goals in 12 consecutive games.
-The Kings won 42-of-55 faceoffs (76%). All Los Angeles players who took a faceoff finished with at least a 60% success rate: Mike Richards (5-of-7), Anze Kopitar (9-of-15), Brad Richardson (5-of-7), Jarret Stoll (16-of-18) and Jeff Carter (7-of-8).
-Jeff Carter tied a season high with three points tonight (1-2=3). He scored his league-leading eighth game-winning goal.
-Mike Richards now has 10 points in the last nine games (4-6=10).
-Anze Kopitar now has nine assists in the last nine games.
-Matt Greene registered 14:30 of ice time and was credited with five hits.