October 12 postgame notes

-With the overtime loss, Los Angeles fell to 95-111-30 all-time against the Calgary franchise, a record that includes a home mark of 58-46-13. The Kings fell to 10-11-12 (W-L-T) all-time against the Flames. These teams will meet next on January 4 and 24 at the Scotiabank Saddledome and March 26 at Staples Center.

-With the overtime loss, Los Angeles fell to 1-0-1 against the Western Conference, 1-0-1 against the Pacific Division, 0-0-1 when allowing the first goal, 0-0-1 when trailing after one period, 0-0-1 when trailing after two periods and 1-0-1 when outshooting their opponent.

-By winning in overtime, Calgary (19-6/.760) moved past Los Angeles (24-8/.750) for the league’s best winning percentage in games decided in overtime since the switch to the three-on-three format. Sean Monahan scored his eighth career playoff overtime goal. In addition to Monahan, overtime game-winners against the Kings were scored by Ryan O’Reilly, John Moore, Jaden Schwartz, Esa Lindell, Mikael Granlund and TJ Brodie and Shea Theodore.

-Los Angeles earned points from each of their first three games of the season for the first time since 2002-03, when they won their first three games against Phoenix, Detroit and Anaheim.

-With his 234th and 235th career goals, Dustin Brown moved within 11 goals of Wayne Gretzky’s 246 goals as a King, the seventh most on the club’s all-time list.

-Drew Doughty played his team-leading 249th consecutive game. The club record is 330, set by Anze Kopitar between March 21, 2007 and March 26, 2011.

-Jonathan Quick played his 495th career game.

-Derek Forbort played his 99th career game.

-In 18:12 of ice time, Dustin Brown recorded two goals, three points, a plus-three rating, eight shots on goal and five hits.

-Los Angeles attempted 82 shots (45 on goal, 20 blocked, 17 missed). Calgary attempted 53 shots (37 on goal, 9 blocked, 7 missed). Dustin Brown and Matthew Tkachuk tied with a game-high eight shots on goal, while Jake Muzzin (6 on goal, 5 blocked, 4 missed) led all skaters with 15 shot attempts.

-The Kings won 36-of-68 faceoffs (53%). Adrian Kempe won 1-of-2, Anze Kopitar won 17-of-27, Michael Cammalleri won 3-of-4, Nick Shore won 6-of-15 and Jeff Carter won 9-of-20.

The Kings are scheduled to practice at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, October 12 at Toyota Sports Center.

-Lead photo via Harry How/Getty Images

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