-With the loss, Los Angeles fell to 11-13 all-time against San Jose in the playoffs, a mark that includes an away record of 5-8. The Kings fell to 111-139 all-time in the playoffs and 49-82 on the road.
-Los Angeles fell to 12-30 all-time in Game 4s. When losing Game 4, the Kings have won 10 of 29 series. When trailing a series 3-1, they have won 2 of 13 series. Los Angeles won series that it trailed 3-1 in 1989 (versus Edmonton) and 2014 (versus San Jose). In 1989, the Kings won Games 5 and 7 at home and Game 6 on the road, while in 2014, the Kings won Games 5 and 7 on the road and Game 6 at home.
-In Game 4, the Sharks led for 37:51 and the teams were tied for 22:09. In the series, the Kings have led for 4:02, the Sharks have led for 122:17, and the two teams have been tied for 116:58.
-The home team won for just the second time in the nine regular season and playoff games between the teams this season. Entering this season, home teams were 26-6-1 in the prior 33 regular season and playoff games in the series.
-San Jose played its 18th consecutive playoff game featuring Los Angeles as its opponent.
-Luke Schenn recorded his first career two-point playoff game. His previous playoff point was a goal scored in a 4-2 win at the New York Rangers in Game 2 of Philadelphia’s seven-game series loss on April 20, 2014, two years to the day.
-The Kings out-hit the Sharks, 46-35. Jake Muzzin and Roman Polak finished with a game-high seven hits.
-Los Angeles attempted 66 shots (28 on goal, 25 blocked, 13 missed). San Jose attempted 58 shots (29 on goal, 18 blocked, 11 missed). Jake Muzzin led all skaters with 12 shot attempts (4 on goal, 6 blocked, 2 missed), while Joe Pavelski led all skaters with five shots on goal.
-The Kings won 28-of-57 faceoffs (49%). Among regular performers, Anze Kopitar won 9-of-20, Trevor Lewis won 1-of-4, Vincent Lecavalier won 7-of-13 and Jeff Carter won 9-of-16.
The Kings are scheduled to practice at 12:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 21. Should that time change, it will be updated on this page.