November 11 postgame notes

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 19-7-2 all-time against Ottawa, a record that includes an away mark of 7-6-1. The Kings are 9-2-0 in the last 10 overall games against the Senators, against whom they have won a franchise record four consecutive games.

-Los Angeles improved to 6-5-2 against the Eastern Conference and 4-2-0 against the Atlantic Division.

-The Kings have averaged three goals per game over their last 15 games (45 G / 15 GP).

-Los Angeles improved to 12-0-3 when scoring the game’s first goal.

-Jake Muzzin recorded three assists, a career-high. He has 14 points (1-13=14) in the last 16 games. He is the second Kings defensemen to record three assists in a game this season (Alec Martinez, 0-3=3, November 8 vs Vancouver).

-Mark Stone’s third period goal was the first shorthanded goal allowed by the Kings this season.

-With his third period assist, Mike Richards recorded the 299th assist of his career. He has 24 points (12-12=24) in 25 career games against Ottawa.

-Anze Kopitar has eight points (4-4=8) in eight career games against Ottawa. His goal was his first since November 15 against Anaheim, ending a 10-game drought.

-With two assists, Drew Doughty (61-175=236) moved two points past Marty McSorley and claimed sole possession of fifth place all-time amongst Los Angeles defensemen.

-All Kings other than Dustin Brown and Dwight King recorded a shot on goal. Trevor Lewis led all Kings with seven shot attempts (five on goal, two blocked). Mika Zibanejad finished with a game-high nine shot attempts (seven on goal, one blocked, one missed).

-Mark Borowiecki led all skaters with nine hits. Matt Greene led Los Angeles with four hits.

-Jake Muzzin blocked a game-high four shots.

-Los Angeles attempted 65 shots (36 on goal, 16 blocked, 13 missed). Ottawa attempted 68 shots (35 on goal, 21 blocked, 12 missed).

-The Kings won 34-of-61 faceoffs (56%). Among regular performers, Mike Richards won 5-of-13, Anze Kopitar won 6-of-15, Jarret Stoll won 11-of-16, and Jeff Carter won 10-of-14.

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