May 6 postgame notes - LA Kings Insider

-The last time the Kings won a *home* playoff game when trailing by two goals was April 18, 2001 vs. Detroit, a game Los Angeles won 4-3 in overtime after erasing a 3-0 third period deficit (see: Frenzy on Figueroa).
-The last time the Kings won a playoff game when trailing after two periods was April 22, 2012, the series-clinching 2-1 overtime win in Vancouer.
-The Kings have won six-of-10 best-of-seven playoff series that were tied 2-2.
-The Kings improved to 10-25 all-time in Game 4s. They have won six of nine series in which they won Game 4.
-Including the regular season, the Kings have won nine straight at home. They are 21-4-1 overall at home in 2012-13.
-The Kings and Blues combined for seven goals in Games 1-2 before combining for seven goals in Game 4.
-11 different players recorded points for the Kings.
-Anze Kopitar scored for the first time since his second period goal in a 5-4 win at Chicago on March 25. His goal ended a 19-game goalless drought.
-Justin Williams had six shots on goal and has now taken 21 in the series.
-The teams combined for 88 hits in Game 4 and have combined for 335 hits overall in the series (LA: 174, STL: 161).
-Vladimir Sobotka finished with a game-high 10 hits. Chris Porter ranked second with nine. Dustin Brown led the Kings with six hits.
-The Kings finished better than 50 percent on faceoffs for the first time in the series, winning 31-of-60 draws. Jarret Stoll (11-of-19) was the top performer, while Mike Richards (7-of-16) was the only player to finish under 50% who took more than three draws. For St. Louis, David Backes and Vladimir Sobotka combined to win 24-of-41 faceoffs, while all other performers combined to win 5-of-19.
-The line of David Perron, Patrik Berglund and T.J. Oshie was a combined minus-9.