January 21 postgame notes

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 49-67-19 all-time against New York, a record that includes a home mark of 28-29-12. The Kings finished the season series with a 1-1-0 record against the Rangers, with each team winning at home by 4-2 scores.

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 16-6-1 against the Eastern Conference, 7-3-1 against the Metropolitan Division, 6-6 in two-goal games, 12-14-3 when their opponent scores first, 6-11-3 when trailing after one period, 13-1-1 when leading after two periods, 12-7-2 when outshooting their opponent and 2-6-0 in January.

-Tanner Pearson’s second period goal ended a stretch of 362:52 in which the Kings did not hold a lead at any point. Prior to that goal, their previous lead was 2-1 in the second period of the eventual 4-3 loss at Calgary on January 4.

-With two assists, Drew Doughty (295 assists) moved two assists past Jim Fox (293 assists) for sole possession of ninth place on the team’s all-time assist list. By playing in his 735th game, he moved within one game played of Butch Goring (736 games) for eighth place on the team’s all-time games played list.

-By assisting on Trevor Lewis’ goal, Dustin Brown (292 assists) moved within one assist of Jim Fox (293 assists) for 10th place on the team’s all-time assist list.

-By playing in his 463rd game, Alec Martinez moved within one game of Matt Greene (464 games) for ninth place on the team’s all-time list of games played by a defenseman.

-With his second period goal, Jake Muzzin (43 goals / 15 power play goals) moved within one goal of Garry Galley (44 goals) for ninth place on the team’s all-time list of goals by a defenseman and one power play goal of Garry Galley (16 power play goals) on the team’s all-time list of power play goals by a defenseman.

-Derek Forbort logged a career-high 26:52 of ice time.

-Michael Amadio’s 12:34 of game time was the first time he had logged more than 10 minutes in his career.

-Kevin Gravel logged 9:11 of ice time, the second lowest total in the game, but finished tied with a game-high four shots on goal.

-Los Angeles attempted 56 shots (30 on goal, 16 blocked, 10 missed). New York attempted 46 shots (23 on goal, 11 blocked, 12 missed). Kevin Gravel, Drew Doughty and Trevor Lewis finished tied with a game-high four shots on goal. No New York skater logged more than two shots on goal.

-The Kings won 27-of-53 faceoffs (51%). Adrian Kempe won 2-of-7, Anze Kopitar won 16-of-24, Alex Iafallo won 1-of-2, Nick Shore won 5-of-7, Trevor Lewis won 0-of-2, Michael Amadio won 2-of-7, Torrey Mitchell won 1-of-3 and Tyler Toffoli won 0-of-1.

The Kings are scheduled to practice at 11:00 a.m. at Toyota Sports Center on Monday, January 22.

-Lead photo via Harry How/Getty Images

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