October 26 postgame notes - LA Kings Insider

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 34-90-21 all-time against Montreal, a record that includes a road mark of 11-50-11. The Kings swept a two-game season series against the Canadiens for the fourth time in club history (also 2000-01, 2013-14, 2015-16) and won three games in a five-game stretch of road games in the series for the first time in franchise history. All three wins were shutouts (Martin Jones, 12/10/13, 6-0, 31 shots; Jonathan Quick, 12/17/15, 3-0, 45 shots; Quick, 10/26/17, 4-0, 40 shots), marking the only three times Los Angeles has ever shut out Montreal.

-With the win, the Kings improved to 7-1-0 against the Eastern Conference, 4-1-0 against the Atlantic Division, 3-0 in games decided by three or more goals, 5-0-0 when scoring first, 3-0-0 when leading after the first period, 4-0-0 when leading after two periods and 3-0-0 when outshot by their opponents.

-The Kings improved to 6-1-0 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, 4-0 W @ MTL, 10/28 @ BOS).

-Los Angeles has now scored at least three goals in regulation in seven of 10 games this season.

-With 17 points, the Kings are currently tied for the fifth best October in franchise history. The club record for most points in October is 19 (9-3-1), set by the 1990-91 team. The record for most points in any month in club history is 22, set in January by the 2001-02 club (11-3-0), in February by the 1990-91 club (10-2-2) and in March by the 2013-14 club (11-4-0). The most wins Los Angeles has ever recorded in any month is 11, set by the 2001-02 club (January) and the 2013-14 club (March). The Kings have two games remaining this month: October 28 at Boston and October 30 at St. Louis.

-Appearing in his 500th career game, Jonathan Quick stopped all 40 shots he faced to record his 46th career shutout. He improved to 46-15-7 all-time in October.

-Drew Doughty appeared in his 698th career game. He was a plus-four for the second time this season (also 10/7 at San Jose) after recording a plus-four rating twice last season. Shea Weber was a minus-four for Montreal.

-Jake Muzzin appeared in his 250th consecutive game.

-Los Angeles attempted 50 shots (27 on goal, 18 blocked, 5 missed). Montreal attempted 73 shots (40 on goal, 19 blocked, 14 missed). Max Pacioretty led all skaters with eight shots on goal. Drew Doughty (three shots) and Anze Kopitar (three shots) were the only L.A. skaters to finish with more than two shots on goal.

-The Kings won 33-of-61 faceoffs (54%). Adrian Kempe won 4-of-8, Anze Kopitar won 12-of-24, Michael Cammalleri won 1-of-2, Andy Andreoff won 1-of-2, Alex Iafallo won 1-of-1, Trevor Lewis won 1-of-1, Brooks Laich won 10-of-16, Michael Amadio won 1-of-3, Tanner Pearson won 1-of-2 and Tyler Toffoli won 1-of-2. Laich recorded 17:00 of ice time in the win.

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