April 15 postgame notes

-With the loss, Los Angeles fell to 0-3 all-time against Vegas in the playoffs, a record that includes a home mark of 0-1. The Kings fell to 111-143 all-time in the playoffs and 62-59 at home.

-Los Angeles fell to 19-27 all-time in Game 3s. When losing Game 3, they have won 7 of 26 series. The Kings have won one of eight series they have trailed 3-0. Four teams have come back from 3-0 deficits in best-of-seven series: Toronto over Detroit in 1942, the New York Islanders over Pittsburgh in 1975, Philadelphia over Boston in 2010 and Los Angeles over San Jose in 2014.

-In Game 3, the Kings led for 32:56, trailed for 5:37 and were tied for 21:27. Through their first round series, they have led for 32:56, trailed for 83:22 and have been tied for 99:04 of game time.

-Los Angeles has scored three goals through the first three 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.

-Since the 2014 Stanley Cup run, the Kings are 1-6 in playoff games decided by one goal.

-The two teams totaled 85 hits (Los Angeles – 45; Vegas – 40) and have now been credited for a combined for 348 hits through the first three games of the series (Los Angeles – 193; Vegas – 155). In Game 3, James Neal was credited with a game-high eight hits. Dustin Brown was credited with six to lead L.A.

-With his third period goal, Anze Kopitar (21 goals) surpassed Marcel Dionne (20 goals) for sixth place on the Kings’ all-time goal list and moved within one goal of tying Justin Williams (22 goals) for fifth place on the all-time goal list.

-Los Angeles attempted 69 shots (39 on goal, 18 blocked, 12 missed). Vegas attempted 65 shots (26 on goal, 19 blocked, 20 missed). Alec Martinez and Tyler Toffoli finished tied with five shots on goal to lead all skaters. Jeff Carter (4 on goal, 2 blocked, 3 missed) led all skaters with nine shot attempts.

-The Kings won 34-of-61 faceoffs (56%). Adrian Kempe won 4-of-9, Anze Kopitar won 12-of-22, Trevor Lewis won 2-of-5, Dustin Brown won 0-of-1, Nate Thompson won 9-of-10, Torrey Mitchell won 2-of-4 and Jeff Carter won 5-of-10.

The Kings are scheduled to practice at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, April 16 at Toyota Sports Center.

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