October 24 postgame notes - LA Kings Insider

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 21-11-2 all-time against Ottawa, a record that includes a road mark of 8-8-1. These teams will conclude their season series on December 7 at Staples Center.

-With the win, the Kings improved to 6-1-0 against the Eastern Conference, 3-1-0 against the Atlantic Division, 1-1 in games that extend past regulation, 2-1-1 in one-goal games, 4-0-0 when scoring first, 3-0-0 when tied after one period, 4-0-0 when tied after two periods and 5-1-1 when outshooting their opponent.

-Los Angeles improved to 1-0 in shootouts this season, while Ottawa fell to 1-3. Darcy Kuemper moved to 1-0 in shootouts this season and 4-3 in his career, and by stopping both shots has now stopped 17 of 26 shootout attempts (.654). Michael Cammalleri improved to 1/1 this season and 17/56 in his career, Anze Kopitar fell to 0/1 this season and 36/96 in his career, and Adrian Kempe improved to 1/1 this season and 1/2 in his career.

-The Kings improved to 5-1-0 in an eight-game stretch against Eastern Conference opponents (4-2 W vs BUF, 3-2 W vs NYI, 5-1 W vs MTL, 6-4 W @ CBJ, 2-3 L @ TOR, 3-2 SOW @ OTT).

-Alec Martinez led Los Angeles with a career-high 29:23 of ice time.

-Nate Thompson’s shorthanded goal was the first allowed by the Kings this season. It was the seventh shorthanded goal of his career.

-Los Angeles attempted 67 shots (43 on goal, 15 blocked, 9 missed). Ottawa attempted 56 shots (31 on goal, 13 blocked, 12 missed). Drew Doughty led all skaters with seven shots on goal.

-The Kings won 27-of-62 faceoffs (44%). Adrian Kempe won 2-of-15, Anze Kopitar won 13-of-19, Michael Cammalleri won 1-of-2, Alex Iafallo won 1-of-3, Nick Shore won 6-of-14, Trevor Lewis won 0-of-1, Dustin Brown won 1-of-1, Brooks Laich won 1-of-5 and Nic Dowd won 2-of-2.

-Lead photo via Andre Ringuette/NHLI