November 8 postgame notes

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 101-97-35 all-time against Vancouver, a record that includes a home mark of 63-38-18. The Kings have won four consecutive home games against the Canucks.

-Los Angeles has earned points in eight consecutive home games (7-0-1).

-Six different Kings players recorded multi-point games tonight. Via the Elias Sports Bureau, this is the first time this season that any NHL team has accomplished this feat. The last time at least six players recorded multi-point efforts in any NHL game was on April 12, 2014 when Nashville did so in a 7-5 win over Chicago. It is the first time Los Angeles did so since a 6-0 win at Montreal on December 10, 2013.

-The Kings improved to 6-1-1 against the Western Conference and 2-1-1 against the Pacific Division.

-Los Angeles has scored first in eight of 15 games and hold a 6-0-2 record in those games. They are 2-4-1 when the opposition scores first.

-The Kings improved to 7-0-1 when allowing zero power play goals.

-Alec Martinez (0-3=3) set a new career-high in points and assists (previously two). Courtesy of the Elias Sports Bureau, Martinez is the first Kings defenseman to have three-or-more assists in a game since Slava Voynov on March 9, 2013. He now has five points in his last five games (2-3=5). In a regular season career-high with 25:30 of ice time, he attempted six shots (four of which were on net) and issued two hits.

-Tyler Toffoli (1-2=3) recorded his team-leading fifth multi-point game. His team-leading 17 points (7-10=17) are tied for eighth in the NHL.

-Anze Kopitar recorded his first multi-point game of the season (1-1=2). With his 616th game in Los Angeles, he tied Mark Hardy for ninth place on the Kings all-time list.

-Marian Gaborik scored his first goal of the year, and added an assist (1-1=2), marking his first multi-point game of the year.

-With his two points (1-1=2), including his first goal of the season, Jake Muzzin now has points in each of the last two games (1-2=3). His last multi-point game was March 25, 2014 at Washington (1-1=2).

-Mike Richards’ four-game point streak was snapped.

-Tanner Pearson has an even-or-better rating in all 15 games this season.

-Jonathan Quick stopped 18-of-19 shots, moving his season totals to 7-3-3 (tied for sixth in wins) with a .943 SV% (third in the NHL) and a 1.86 GAA (seventh in the NHL). He leads the league in shots against (405) and saves (382).

-With a sell-out crowd of 18.230, the Kings sold out their 99th consecutive regular season game at Staples Center and 129th consecutive game overall (including playoffs). Both are club records.

-In 25:36 of ice time, Jake Muzzin recorded a goal, an assist, a plus-one rating, four hits and three blocked shots. His nine shot attempts and four shots on goal tied a game-high.

-Los Angeles attempted 60 shots (36 on goal, 7 blocked, 17 missed net). Vancouver attempted 37 shots (19 on goal, 9 blocked, 9 missed net).

-The Kings won 29-of-57 faceoffs (51%). Among regular performers, Mike Richards won 8-of-18, Anze Kopitar won 5-of-11, Jarret Stoll won 7-of-10, and Jeff Carter won 9-of-16.

The Kings are off on Sunday. The next practice will take place at 10:00 a.m. at Toyota Sports Center on Monday, November 10.

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