-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 55-44-24 all-time against Anaheim, a record that includes an away mark of 22-27-13. The next game in this series will be held at Staples Center on February 4.
-The Kings improved to 15-7-1 against the Western Conference and 9-5-0 against the Pacific Division.
-Eight of the last 10 Los Angeles-Anaheim games have been decided by one goal.
-With his assist on Tyler Toffoli’s goal, Jake Muzzin extended his career-long scoring streak to seven games. According to Elias Sports Bureau this is the longest point streak by a Kings defenseman since Lubomir Visnovsky recorded a nine-game streak (1-11=12) from December 10-28, 2005.
-Tyler Toffoli, who leads the league with a plus-26 rating, has goals in three straight games (3-1=4).
-With a two-point night (1-1=2), Anze Kopitar now has points in three straight games (3-5=8) and 18 points (4-14=18) in the last 11 games.
-With his assist on Anze Kopitar’s goal, Milan Lucic extended his assist streak to four games (0-5=5).
-Jonathan Quick is 16-3-2 with a 1.80 goals-against average and a .932 save percentage over his last 21 games (1300:05 minutes / 575 SA / 536 SV), dating back to the 3-1 win at Florida on November 23.
-Tanner Pearson’s 9:22 of ice time was his lowest haul since logging 8:58 in the game he broke his ankle on January 10, 2015.
– The Kings attempted 56 shots (26 on goal, 14 blocked, 16 missed). The Ducks attempted 66 shots (32 on goal, 15 blocked, 19 missed). Jakob Silfverberg and Rickard Rakell finished tied with a game-high six shots on goal, while Rakell led all skaters with 11 shot attempts (6 on goal, 2 blocked, 3 missed). Vincent Lecavalier led L.A. with four shots on goal, while Jake Muzzin led L.A. with seven shot attempts (3 on goal, 3 blocked, 1 missed).
-Los Angeles won 36-of-72 faceoffs (50%). Anze Kopitar won 14-of-30, Andy Andreoff won 6-of-7, Vincent Lecavalier won 8-of-19 and Jeff Carter won 8-of-16.
The Kings are scheduled to practice at Toyota Sports Center at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, January 18.