-With the loss, Los Angeles fell to 14-6-7 all-time against the Winnipeg franchise, a record that includes a home mark of 9-1-4. The loss was the first in regulation at home to the Jets or Thrashers, who entered the league in 1999-00, and was the first home game in the series in which the Kings failed to score at least three goals. These teams have games remaining at the MTS Centre on February 20 and March 20.
-With the loss, Los Angeles 2-5-2 against the Western Conference, 0-2-1 against the Central Division, 4-5-2 in one-goal games, 5-6-2 when their opponent scores first, 3-5-2 when trailing after the first period, 1-6-2 when trailing after the second period and 6-3-2 when outshooting their opponent.
-By allowing Adam Lowry’s first period goal, the Kings have now been outscored 13-5 in first periods over the nine games since they held a 3-0 lead over Toronto after 20 minutes at Staples Center on November 2. Los Angeles’ -6 first period goal differential is their worst of any period, while Winnipeg’s +12 first period goal differential is their best.
-Drew Doughty’s three-game point streak was snapped in the loss.
-The Jets out-hit the Kings, 36-22. Josh Morrissey was credited with a game-high 10 hits. Dustin Brown led Los Angeles with six hits.
-Dustin Brown logged at least 20 minutes for the 13th time in 22 games.
-The Kings attempted 69 shots (39 on goal, 16 blocked, 14 missed). The Jets attempted 64 shots (27 on goal, 16 blocked, 21 missed). Jake Muzzin, Anze Kopitar and Tanner Pearson tied with a game-high five shots on goal.
-Los Angeles won 31-of-65 faceoffs (48%). Adrian Kempe won 2-of-10, Anze Kopitar won 17-of-27, Andy Andreoff won 3-of-3, Alex Iafallo won 1-of-1, Nick Shore won 6-of-12, Trevor Lewis won 0-of-1, Nic Dowd won 0-of-7, Jussi Jokinen won 0-of-2 and Tanner Pearson won 2-of-2.
The Kings are scheduled to practice at Toyota Sports Center at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, November 23.
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