November 2 postgame notes - LA Kings Insider

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 66-60-23 all-time against Toronto, a record that includes a home mark of 39-24-10. The Kings finished with a 1-1-0 record in the season series against the Maple Leafs. They won their fourth consecutive home game against the Maple Leafs, tying their franchise-best winning streak set from February 20, 1988 to December 1, 1990 (4-0-0). The last time Los Angeles lost to Toronto at STAPLES Center was a 3-2 regulation loss on March 13, 2014.

-With the win, the Kings improved to 9-1-0 against the Eastern Conference, 6-1-0 against the Atlantic Division, 4-1 in two-goal games, 6-0-0 when scoring first, 4-0-0 when leading after one period, 5-0-0 when leading after two periods and 4-1-0 when outshot by their opponent.

-With the win, Los Angeles tied a franchise record for the most wins (10) through the first 13 games (third time, also 1980-81 and 2010-11). The 21 points also ties a franchise-high through 13 games (1980-81, 10-2-1). Their 5-0-1 record at home ties for the fourth best home start in franchise history (eighth time).

-The Kings faced two penalty shots in the same game for the second time in franchise history (also December 23, 2006 at Nashville; Paul Kariya missed the first attempt and David Legwand scored on the second attempt, both against Dan Cloutier). This also marks just the third time in team history that two penalty shots were awarded in total in a single game (also was October 7, 2001 versus Minnesota, where Ziggy Palffy was stopped by Manny Fernandez and Sebastien Bordeleau scored on Felix Potvin).

-The penalty shots were the 53rd and 54th all-time against Los Angeles (14 made, 40 missed). By stopping one of two, Jonathan Quick has now stopped three of five penalty shots all-time. It was the first penalty shot awarded against the Kings since T.J. Oshie scored on Quick at St. Louis on January 16, 2014.

-Anze Kopitar (0-1=1) extended his point streak to four games (1-3=4) and his assist streak to three games (0-3=3).

-Michael Amadio scored his first NHL goal in his fourth career game.

-Michael Cammalleri (1-1=2) tallied his second multi-point game of the season.

-Tanner Pearson (0-3=3) recorded his first multi-point game of the season and tied his career-high in assists (second time, last: Feb. 25, 2017 vs. ANA).

-Tyler Toffoli (2-0=2) tallied his second multi-goal game of the season and has four goals (4-0=4) in the last four games.

-Los Angeles attempted 46 shots (28 on goal, 6 blocked, 12 missed). Toronto attempted 73 shots (36 on goal, 19 blocked, 18 missed).

-The Kings won 31-of-66 faceoffs (47%). Adrian Kempe won 3-of-8, Anze Kopitar won 12-of-20, Michael Cammalleri won 1-of-3, Nick Shore won 8-of-17, Trevor Lewis won 2-of-4, Dustin Brown won 1-of-2, Brooks Laich won 2-of-7, Michael Amadio won 1-of-3, Tanner Pearson won 0-of-1 and Tyler Toffoli won 1-of-1.

The Kings are scheduled to practice at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, November 3 at Toyota Sports Center.

-Lead photo via Aaron Poole/NHLI