April 27 postgame notes - LA Kings Insider

-The Los Angeles Kings finished the season with a record of 27-16-5 for 59 points. Their .615 winning percentage was the fifth-best winning percentage in team history. They finished with the fifth seed and will face the fourth-seeded St. Louis Blues in the first round.
-The Kings finished with a home record of 19-4-1 for 39 points. Their .813 pts pct was the best home winning percentage in club history.
-Anze Kopitar finished as the team’s leading scorer for the sixth straight season. The only other King to lead the team in scoring six straight years was Marcel Dionne, who led the team in scoring for eight straight years from 1975-76 through 1982-83.
-The Kings went 24-11-3 in their final 38 games.
-The Kings ended the regular season with seven straight wins at home.
-The last time the Kings had zero penalty minutes in a game was a 2-0 win over the Boston Bruins at The Forum on February 19, 1977.
-Jonathan Quick was 5-1-1 in his final seven games with a 1.94 GAA and .927 Sv%.
-Kyle Clifford tied a career-high with his seventh goal and 14th point in the win.
-The Kings were out-hit 41-26. Tim Kennedy had a game-high eight hits in 13:00 of ice time.
-The Kings won 35-of-58 faceoffs against a team that finished the year second in the league by winning 53.4% of faceoffs. It was the third straight year the Sharks finished second in the league in faceoffs.

The Kings are traveling to St. Louis on Sunday and will not practice at Toyota Sports Center.