April 13 postgame notes

-With the loss, Los Angeles fell to 0-2 all-time against Vegas in the playoffs, a record that includes a road mark of 0-2. The Kings fell to 111-142 all-time in the playoffs and 49-84 on the road.

-The Kings fell to 21-28 all-time in Game 2s. When losing Game 2, they have won 6 of 27 series. Since returning to the playoffs in 2010, they are 2-2 in series when losing Game 1 and 2. (W: 2013 STL, 2014 SJS; L: 2013 CHI, 2016 SJS). Teams that take a 2-0 lead in a best-of-seven series hold an all-time series record of 312-49 (86.4%), via NHL Public Relations. Los Angeles has won 3 of 14 all-time best-of-seven series when trailing 2-0.

-At 95:22, Game 2 was the longest playoff game in Kingshistory, surpassing the 94:43 from Game 5 against the New York Rangers in 2014, Previously, the longest loss in club history was the 91:40 from Game 5 at Chicago in 2013.

-Through the first round, Los Angeles has trailed for 77:45 and has been tied for 77:37.

-The Kings have scored one goal through the first two games. The club record for the fewest goals scored in a best-of-seven series is five from 1969, won by St. Louis in four games.

-The two teams totaled 136 hits (Los Angeles – 80; Vegas – 56) and have now been credited for a combined for 263 hits through the first two games of the series (Los Angeles – 148; Vegas – 115). In Game 2. William Carrier was credited with a game-high 11 hits. Oscar Fantenberg was credited with eight to lead the Kings, followed bu Christian Folin, Kyle Clifford, Trevor Lewis, Dustin Brown and Tyler Toffoli, all of whom were credited with seven.

-Players who logged more than 35 minutes: Alec Martinez (44:43), Oscar Fantenberg (41:03), Anze Kopitar (38:54), Nate Schmidt (37:19) and William Karlsson (35:28). Fantenberg’s regular season career high in minutes is 19:54, while Martinez’s is 32:11.

-With Drew Doughty suspended for Game 3, the only players to have appeared in all 83 games since the team’s return to the postseason in 2010 are Dustin Brown and Jonathan Quick.

-Jonathan Quick has stopped 81 of 84 shots through 155 minutes this postseason for a goals-against average of 1.17, a save percentage of .964 and a record of 0-2.

-Michael Amadio logged 12:45 in his Stanley Cup Playoffs debut. He recorded one assist and took one shot on goal.

-Alec Martinez was credited with a game-high eight blocked shots. Dion Phaneuf finished second in the game with six.

-The Kings attempted 67 shots (30 on goal, 23 blocked, 14 missed). The Golden Knights attempted 111 shots (56 on goal, 35 blocked, 20 missed). James Neal finished with a game-high 11 shots, while Dustin Brown led Los Angeles with six.

-The Kings won 51-of-93 faceoffs. Adrian Kempe won 4-of-9, Anze Kopitar won 23-of-35, Nate Thompson won 10-of-15, Michael Amadio won 1-of-5, Tanner Pearson won 2-of-2, Torrey Mitchell won 2-of-3 and Jeff Carter won 9-of-24.

Players are expected to report to Toyota Sports Center in advance of 12:00 p.m. media availability on Saturday, April 14. Should players get onto the ice, the skate is expected to be highly optional.

-Lead photo via Ethan Miller/Getty Images

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