April 5 postgame notes

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 93-109-28 all-time against the Calgary franchise, a record that includes an away mark of 36-64-16. The Kings were 4-0-0 against the Flames in 2015-16 and swept the season series for the first time since 2012-13, when they went 3-0-0.

-Los Angeles improved to 27-19-2 against the Western Conference and 17-11-0 against the Pacific Division.

-The Kings set a franchise record with their 47th win of the season. Los Angeles had won 46 games in 1990-91, 2009-10, 2010-11 and 2013-14.

-In the race for the Jennings Trophy, Washington leads with 186 goals against in 79 games, followed by Anaheim with 187 goals against in 79 games and Los Angeles with 190 goals against in 80 games.

-The Kings finished the season with a record of 10-2-1 on the second night of back-to-back sets. They were 6-7-0 on first nights.

-Los Angeles improved to 12-3 in games decided in overtime and 14-5 in games that extend past 60 minutes.

-Tyler Toffoli (+35) and Anze Kopitar (+34) both finished with +1 ratings and rank first and second in the league in plus-minus, ahead of Chris Kunitz and Brian Campbell (both +31).

-By playing in his 604th career game, Drew Doughty tied Jay Wells for fourth place in Kings history amongst defensemen. In 35 games since January 24, he has seven goals, 27 points and a +12 rating.

-Jeff Carter recorded his third overtime game-winning goal of the season and sixth game-winning goal overall. He has 10 points (6-4=10) in the last seven games.

-By assisting on Milan Lucic’s first goal, Jake Muzzin established a new career-high with his 32nd assist of the season.

-Los Angeles attempted 65 shots (26 on goal, 17 blocked, 22 missed), while Calgary attempted 46 shots (23 on goal, 16 blocked, 7 missed). Anze Kopitar and Johnny Gaudreau tied with a game-high four shots on goal, while Drew Doughty (3 on goal, 1 blocked, 4 missed) led all skaters with eight shot attempts.

-The Kings won 29-of-64 faceoffs (45%). Anze Kopitar won 15-of-26, Nick Shore won 4-of-9, Trevor Lewis won 0-of-2, Vincent Lecavalier won 4-of-8 and Jeff Carter won 6-of-19.

The Kings are scheduled to practice at 12:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 6 at Toyota Sports Center. Practices immediately following road trips often feature a limited number of players.

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