November 3 postgame notes - LA Kings Insider

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 74-96-24 all-time against St. Louis, a record that includes an away mark of 27-60-11. The Kings have won 19 of the last 24 regular season and playoff games against the Blues.

-Los Angeles improved to 7-4-0 against the Western Conference and 5-1-0 against the Central Division. In a stretch of four consecutive games against the Central Division, they went 3-1-0 (4-1 W @ WPG, 4-3 W vs NSH, 4-2 L @ CHI, 3-0 W @ STL).

-The Kings are 8-1-0 in their last nine games. Over that span, they have led for 255:07, while their opponents have led for 38:54.

-Jhonas Enroth stopped all 24 shots faced to earn his first shutout with Los Angeles and the sixth shutout of his career. He has stopped 63-of-64 shots in wins over San Jose and St. Louis this season.

-Marian Gaborik played his 100th career game with the Kings.

-With his empty-net goal, Trevor Lewis extended his point streak to four games (2-2=4).

-Jake Muzzin’s four-game point streak ended. Over his last nine games, he has six points (1-5=6), 22 shots on goal and a plus-eight rating.

-Jamie McBain (15:29), Andy Andreoff (11:56), Milan Lucic (18:41), Trevor Lewis (19:42), Tyler Toffoli (20:22) and Jeff Carter (23:30) set season-highs in ice time. Toffoli’s 20:22 ice time set a career-high.

-The Kings attempted 58 shots (34 on goal, 12 blocked, 12 missed). The Blues attempted 50 shots (24 on goal, 14 blocked, 12 missed). Marian Gaborik led all skaters with five shots on goal, while Jeff Carter and Alexander Steen finished tied with a game high eight shot attempts (both four on goal, two blocked, two missed).

-Los Angeles won 30-of-64 faceoffs. Among regular performers, Anze Kopitar won 2-of-4, Andy Andreoff won 4-of-8, Jordan Weal won 2-of-5, Nick Shore won 5-of-10, Trevor Lewis won 3-of-5, and Jeff Carter won 13-of-29.

The team is scheduled to report to Toyota Sports Center at 12:00 p.m. Wednesday. The schedule after that is TBD.