December 29 postgame notes

-With the loss, Los Angeles fell to 88-108-28 all-time against the Calgary/Atlanta franchise, a record that includes an away mark of 24-63-16. The Kings’ seven-game road point streak (6-0-1) was snapped with the loss.

-Los Angeles fell to 12-6-4 against the Western Conference and 6-2-3 against the Pacific Division.

-The Kings have averaged 3.00 goals per game over their last 23 games (69 GF / 23 GP) and have allowed 2.65 goals per game over their last 17 games (45 GA / 17 GP). Monday’s loss marked only the seventh time in the past 20 games that they failed to score three goals. 57 31

-Los Angeles has a 57.6% Corsi-for rating in five-on-five play over the last 17 games (903 CF / 666 CA). They haven’t been outshot over the last 13 games (6-5-2) and have averaged 34.8 shots per game over that span (453 shots / 13 GP). Opposing goalies have posted a .921 save percentage over that span (417 saves / 453 shots).

-The Kings’ streak of power play goals in five straight games was snapped. They’re 10-for-25 on the power play over the last six games.

-Beginning with their 4-0 win over the Coyotes on December 4, the Kings (13-for-46) and their opponents (10-for-34) have combined to score 23 goals on their last 80 man advantages, good for a 28.8% power play rate. Monday’s game was the first game since the 2-0 win over Boston on December 2 that neither Los Angeles nor their opponents scored a power play goal.

-The Kings fell to 4-5-7 in one-goal games.

-Trevor Lewis (2-2=4) has points in a career-long four straight games.

-Anze Kopitar’s five-game point and assist streak was snapped.

-Jamie McBain’s three-game point streak was snapped.

-Jeff Schultz played his 400th NHL game. He logged 13:28 in his regular season debut, blocked one shot and issued two hits. Schultz, Johnny Gaudreau, Matt Stajan and Paul Byron were the only skaters not to record a shot attempt.

-Tyler Toffoli attempted a game-high 13 shots (4 on goal, 4 blocked, 5 missed).

-Matt Greene led the Kings with five blocked shots and tied for a team-high with four hits.

-Los Angeles attempted 69 shots (27 on goal, 26 blocked, 16 missed). Calgary attempted 34 shots (15 on goal, 13 blocked, 6 missed). TJ Brodie (9 blocks) and Kris Russell (5 blocks) combined to block 14 shots for the Flames.

-The Kings won 34-of-61 faceoffs (56%). Among regular performers, Mike Richards won 5-of-11, Anze Kopitar won 4-of-7, Trevor Lewis won 6-of-11, Jarret Stoll won 11-of-21 and Jeff Carter won 7-of-9.

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