November 4 postgame notes

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 84-99-40 all-time against the Dallas/Minnesota franchise, a record that includes an away mark of 34-60-18. The Kings are 7-3-1 in their last 11 trips to the American Airlines Center.

-Los Angeles finished the 60th five-game road trip in club history. Other road trips in which they picked up as few as three points on a five-game road trip: 1967-68 (0-5-0), 1968-69 (0-4-1), 1972-73 (1-3-1), 1973-74 (0-4-1), 1979-80 (1-4-0), 1981-82 (1-3-1), 1982-83 (0-5-0), 1985-86 (1-4-0), 1986-87 (0-5-0 – twice), 1987-88 (0-5-0), 1988-89 (1-3-1), 1993-94 (1-4-0), 1995-96 (0-5-0) 1997-98 (0-2-3), 1998-99 (1-4-0), 2008-09 (1-4-0), 2013-14 (1-3-1). The Kings have had one 5-0-0 trip in history (2009-10).

-The Kings improved to 4-0-0 against the Central Division.

-Los Angeles improved to 6-0-1 when allowing zero power play goals.

-The Kings improved to 7-0-0 when allowing two goals or less.

-Los Angeles leads the league with four shorthanded goals. No other team has more than two. The Kings’ team record for shorthanded goals is 22, set in 1988-89.

-With the win, the Kings have earned 687 points under general manager Dean Lombardi (635 GP; 305-253-77), the most out of any general manager in club history. The Kings had earned 685 points under Dave Taylor (656 GP; 290-261-105).

-Drew Doughty played his 455th career game to move past Jaroslav Modry for sole possession of eighth place on the club’s all-time list of games played by a defenseman.

-Dustin Brown scored the game-winning goal on his 30th birthday. The game-winner was the 28th of his career, moving him into a fifth place tie with Mike Murphy, Butch Goring and Anze Kopitar for fifth place on the club’s all-time game-winning goal list.

-Mike Richards (3-11=14) has earned at least one point in each of his 10 trips to the American Airlines Center.

-Tanner Pearson has posted an even-or-better rating in all 13 games this season.

-Drew Doughty’s 31:46 of ice time was his highest regular season total since recording 33:25 in a 2-1 overtime loss at Edmonton on January 24, 2013.

-Brayden McNabb’s 7:44 of ice time was the second lowest total of his career.

-Los Angeles out-hit Dallas, 27-13. Matt Greene finished with a game-high five hits.

-The Kings attempted 50 shots (30 on net, 12 blocked, eight missed). The Stars attempted 64 shots (34 on net, 18 blocked, 12 missed).

-Los Angeles won 37-of-67 faceoffs (55%). Among regular performers, Mike Richards won 8-of-15, Anze Kopitar won 14-of-26, Jarret Stoll won 8-of-14, and Jeff Carter won 7-of-12.

The Kings are scheduled to report to Toyota Sports Center at noon. The day’s schedule will be determined on site.

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