January 24 postgame notes

-With the win, Los Angeles improved to 96-112-30 all-time against the Calgary franchise, a record that includes a road mark of 38-66-17. The Kings are 1-1-1 against the Flames this season with one game remaining, March 26 at Staples Center.

-Los Angeles improved to 10-12-4 against the Western Conference, 6-9-3 against the Pacific Division, 10-8-5 in one-goal games, 13-15-3 when their opponent scores first, 7-12-3 when trailing after the first period, 5-14-3 when trailing after the second period 8-5 in games that extend past regulation and 6-5 in games decided in overtime.

-The Kings and Flames have been the league’s top two overtime teams since the switch to three-on-three in advance of the 2015-16 season. With the win, Los Angeles improved to 30-12 in three-on-three overtime. Their .714 winning percentage trails only Calgary, who fell to 24-8 (.750).

-Los Angeles blocked 27 shots (8-Folin, 5-Martinez, 3-Iafallo, 2-Muzzin, 2-Kopitar, 2-Pearson, 1-Doughty, 1-Lewis, 1-Brown, 1-LaDue, 1-Amadio).

-By assisting on Jake Muzzin’s goal, Dustin Brown (294 assists) surpassed Jim Fox (293 assists) for 10th place on the franchise’s all-time assist list.

-With his third period power play goal, Jake Muzzin (44 goals/16 power play goals) tied Garry Galley for 10th place on the franchise’s all-time list of power play goals by a defenseman play and ninth place on the franchise’s all-time list of goals by a defenseman. He increased his points streak to five games (2-3=5).

-Tanner Pearson recorded his sixth career regular season overtime goal and seventh overtime goal overall, including playoffs. It was his third game-winning goal of the season and 16th game-winning goal in 275 regular season NHL games.

-Anze Kopitar increased his assists and points streak to five games (1-5=6).

-Drew Doughty increased his assists and points streak to three games (0-5=5).

-The Kings attempted 54 shots (27 on goal, 10 blocked, 17 missed). The Flames attempted 75 shots (31 on goal, 27 blocked, 17 missed). Sean Monahan led all skaters with eight shots on goal, while Drew Doughty, Anze Kopitar, Alex Iafallo, Dustin Brown and Tyler Toffoli tied with a team-high three shots.

-Los Angeles won 33-of-67 faceoffs (49%). Adrian Kempe won 5-of-13, Anze Kopitar won 22-of-37, Trevor Lewis won 0-of-2, Michael Amadio won 1-of-5 and Torrey Mitchell won 5-of-10.

The Kings are off for the All-Star break. Their next practice will take place in Dallas on Monday, January 29.

-Lead photo via Gerry Thomas

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