-With the loss, Los Angeles fell to 56-48-24 all-time against Anaheim, a record that includes a home mark of 34-20-11. These teams have four games remaining: November 20, February 19 and April 9 iat Honda Center, and February 25 at Staples Center.
-The Kings were shut out in three consecutive games for the first time since the 1968-69 season. They went 0-1-2 on January 1 (0-0 T vs St. Louis), January 5 (0-0 T at Oakland) and January 7 (0-5 L at St. Louis), 1969. That team finished the season with a 24-42-10 record. Their last goal was Jeff Carter’s overtime game-winner on October 27 against Nashville.
-Los Angeles has played 16 consecutive regular season and playoff games since their last regulation win, a 2-1 win at Staples Center over Anaheim on April 7, 2016.
-The Kings fell to 3-5-0 against the Western Conference and 1-2-0 against the Pacific Division.
-Drew Doughty appeared in his 616th career NHL game, tying Mark Hardy for 10th place on the franchise’s games played list (and tying him for third place on the list of games played by a defenseman).
-Matt Greene appeared in his 442nd game with Los Angeles, tying him with Steve Duchesne for 10th place on the franchise’s list of games played by a defenseman.
-Jake Muzzin appeared in his 300th NHL game.
-The Kings attempted 54 shots (30 on goal, 12 blocked, 12 missed). The Ducks attempted 37 shots (21 on goal, 8 blocked, 8 missed). Jake Muzzin led all skaters with six shots on goal and nine shot attempts (6 on goal, 2 blocked, 1 missed).
-Los Angeles won 24-of-62 faceoffs (39%). Anze Kopitar won 13-of-27, Nick Shore won 0-of-5, Trevor Lewis won 1-of-2, Nic Dowd won 5-of-13 and Jeff Carter won 5-of-15.
The Kings are scheduled to hold an off-ice workout at 10:00 a.m. at Toyota Sports Center on Wednesday, November 2.