-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 16-10-3 all-time against Florida, a record that includes a home mark of 12-4-0. The Kings have won a franchise-best seven consecutive games against the Panthers, dating back to November 27, 2002.
-Los Angeles improved to 2-1-0 against the Eastern Conference and 1-0-0 against the Atlantic Division.
– Anze Kopitar (223 goals) surpassed Charlie Simmer (222 goals) for seventh place on the Kings’ all-time goals list.
– With his second period power play goal, Drew Doughty tied Lubomir Visnovsky for third on the Kings’ all-time power play goals list among defensemen with 31.
-Darryl Sutter tied Terry Murray (275 games coached) for fourth on the Kings’ all-time regular season games coached list.
-By assisting on Jeff Carter’s goal, Derek Forbort registered his first NHL point in his fourth NHL game.
-Jeff Carter extended his goal streak to three games (3-2=5). He has 13 points (7-6=13) in the last nine games.
-Jake Muzzin has seven points (1-6=7) in the last seven games.
-Tanner Pearson has three points (1-2=3) in the last three games.
-Milan Lucic issued a game-high eight hits.
-The Kings attempted 59 shots (35 on goal, 9 blocked, 15 missed). The Panthers attempted 40 shots (19 on goal, 10 blocked, 11 missed). Trevor Lewis led all skaters with five shots on goal and shot attempts (5 on goal, 2 blocked, 1 missed).
-Los Angeles won 40-of-68 faceoffs. Among regular performers, Anze Kopitar won 11-of-21, Andy Andreoff won 6-of-13, Nick Shore won 10-of-11 and Jeff Carter won 13-of-21.
Sunday, November 8 is an off-day for the Kings. They will return to practice at Toyota Sports Center at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, November 9.