November 30 postgame notes - LA Kings Insider

-With the loss, Los Angeles fell to 62-62-19 all-time against San Jose, a record that includes a home mark of 38-26-7. Including playoffs, the Kings have lost six straight home games to the Sharks since a 4-1 win at Staples Center on April 11, 2015. These teams will meet again in Los Angeles on December 31 and January 18, and in San Jose on January 3.

-The Kings fell to 7-7-1 against the Western Conference, 4-3-0 against the Pacific Division, 9-3-0 at home, 2-6 in games decided by at least three goals, 5-7-0 when the opponent scores the first goal and 10-7-0 when outshooting their opponent.

-With his second period goal, Dustin Brown (480 points) surpassed Jim Fox (479) to move into ninth place on Los Angeles’ all time points list. He also tied Charlie Simmer (222 goals) for eighth place on the team’s all-time goals list. He played his 200th consecutive game, the longest active streak on the team.

-With his assist on Dustin Brown’s goal, Marian Gaborik recorded his first regular season point since scoring in the first period against the New York Rangers on February 12, 2016, the game in which he suffered a knee injury.

-With his assist on Dustin Brown’s goal, Nic Dowd recorded his ninth assist of the season, tied with Alec Martinez, Tyler Toffoli and Jeff Carter for the team lead.

-Alec Martinez’s five-game point streak and Drew Doughty’s four-game assist/point streak were ended.

-Ryan Carpenter’s goal was his first career NHL goal. The 25-year-old Oviedo, Florida native who spent three years at Bowling Green State University totaled 18 goals and 55 points in 66 games with AHL-San Jose last season.

-The Kings attempted 70 shots (27 on goal, 21 blocked, 22 missed). The Sharks attempted 47 shots (24 on goal, 12 blocked, 11 missed). Tyler Toffoli and Logan Couture (4 on goal, 3 blocked, 1 missed each) tied for the lead with eight shot attempts, while six players (Pavelski, Couture, Burns, Gaborik, Toffoli, King) finished tied with a game-high four shots on goal.

-Los Angeles won 37-of-59 faceoffs (63%). Among regular performers, Anze Kopitar won 8-of-16, Nick Shore won 6-of-10, Nic Dowd won 10-of-14 and Jeff Carter won 10-of-16.