April 18 postgame notes - LA Kings Insider

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 11-12 all-time against San Jose in the playoffs, a mark that includes an away record of 5-7. The Kings improved to 111-138 all-time in the playoffs and 49-81 on the road.

-Los Angeles improved to 19-26 all-time in Game 3s. When winning Game 3, the Kings have won 13 of 18 series. When trailing a series 2-1, they have won 6 of 18 series. When trailing a best-of-seven series 2-1, they have won 6 of 16 series.

-Los Angeles improved to 29-27 all-time in playoff overtime and 1-5 all-time against San Jose in playoff overtime.

-In Game 3, the Sharks led for 7:40 and the teams were tied for 55:37. In the series, the Kings have led for 4:02, the Sharks have led for 84:26, and the two teams have been tied for 94:49.

-Tanner Pearson scored his first career overtime goal. He had two overtime game-winning goals in the regular season (2/12/16 at NYR, 2/20/16 at NSH). He joins Butch Goring (2), Wayne Gretzky (2), Anze Kopitar (2), Alec Martinez (2), Eric Belanger, Steve Bozek, Dustin Brown, Jeff Carter, Adam Deadmarsh, Daryl Evans, Marian Gaborik, Tony Granato, Ted Irvine, Craig Johnson, Mike Krushelnyski, Jaroslav Modry, Mike Murphy, Glen Murray, Dustin Penner, Luc Robitaille, Gary Shuchuk, Jarret Stoll, Slava Voynov and Justin Williams to have scored in playoff overtime.

-Ice time allotted to L.A. defensemen: Drew Doughty – 35:01, Jake Muzzin – 29:18, Rob Scuderi – 24:04, Luke Schenn – 23:04, Brayden McNabb – 10:30 and Jamie McBain – 5:42.

-In 11 career playoff games at SAP Center, Jonathan Quick has stopped 364-of-388 shots (.938 Sv%).

-The two teams combined for 99 hits, 60 of which were recorded by the Kings. Luke Schenn recorded nine hits, Dustin Brown eight and Milan Lucic six.

-Los Angeles attempted 58 shots (24 on goal, 18 blocked, 16 missed). San Jose attempted 74 shots (30 on goal, 27 blocked, 17 missed). Brent Burns led all skaters with 19 shot attempts (5 on goal, 10 blocked, 4 missed), while Anze Kopitar and Burns tied with a game-high five shots on goal. Drew Doughty blocked five shots, while Paul Martin blocked a game-high eight shots.

-The Kings won 39-of-69 faceoffs. Among regular performers, Anze Kopitar won 17-of-26, Trevor Lewis won 2-of-7, Vincent Lecavalier won 11-of-16 and Jeff Carter won 8-of-18.