March 19 postgame notes

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 42-81-14 all-time against Boston, a record that includes a home meark of 26-34-8. The Kings are 9-4-0 in the last 13 overall games versus the Bruins and swept the season series for the first time since 2010-11 and 2009-10.

-Los Angeles finished the regular season with a record of 20-9-3 against the Eastern Conference and 10-4-2 against the Atlantic Division.

-The Kings have clinched a playoff spot for the 29th time in franchise history and the sixth time in the past seven seasons.

-Los Angeles has won four games in a row and has points in seven straight games (6-0-1).

– Jonathan Quick stopped 27-of-28 shots to win his 37th game of the season. His 37 wins are two wins shy of his club-record and career-high 39 wins, set in 2009-10

-With his first period goal, Tanner Pearson set a new career high with his 13th goal of the season. His previous high was 12, set in 42 games in 2014-15.

-By assisting on Alec Martinez’s goal, Anze Kopitar extended his point streak to five games (4-3=7). He has 13 points (6-7=13) in the last 10 games.

-By assisting on Alec Martinez’s goal, Jake Muzzin recorded his 30th assist of the season, one assist below his career-high of 31, set last season.

-Nick Shore played his 100th NHL game.

-Milan Lucic’s eight-game point streak was snapped.

-Dustin Brown’s three-game goal streak was snapped.

-With his assist on Tanner Pearson’s goal, Vincent Lecavalier now has 53 points (22-31=53) in 56 career games against Boston. He has points in six of the last eight games (3-3=6).

-Alec Martinez (1-0=1) scored his ninth goal of the season, which is two goals shy of his career-high of 11, set in 2013-14. The goal was his fourth game-winning goal of the season, tied for fourth in the league among defensemen.

-Luke Schenn has an assist in each of the last two games and four points (0-4=4) in the last four games.

-Los Angeles attempted 47 shots (20 on goal, 8 blocked, 19 missed). Boston attempted 60 shots (28 on goal, 17 blocked, 15 missed). Brad Marchand led all skaters with five shots on goal and with 10 shot attempts (5 on goal, 3 blocked, 2 missed) tied for the game-high with Patrice Bergeron (4 on goal, 2 blocked, 4 missed). Alec Martinez led L.A. with four shots on goal.

-The Kings won 19-of-50 faceoffs (38%). Anze Kopitar won 7-of-21, Nick Shore won 1-of-2, Vincent Lecavalier won 5-of-11 and Jeff Carter won 6-of-16.

The Kings are scheduled to hold an off-ice workout at Toyota Sports Center at 10:30 Sunday morning before traveling to Nashville.

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