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LA Kings at Anaheim Ducks: How to Watch

Now in their fourth straight game against the Ducks, the Kings look to build off of last night's last minute comeback win

by Jack Jablonski @Jabs_13 / LAKings.com

What you need to know ahead of the game against the Anaheim Ducks:

When: May 1 at 7:00 pm PT (Kings Live Pregame Show at 6:30 PT)

Where: Honda Center (Anaheim, CA)

Watch: KDOC or FOX Sports GO (NHL.TV outside of LA area)

Listen:Kings Audio Network on iHeart Radio

Team Records:

Ducks: 15 - 29 - 7 (37 pts)

Kings: 19 - 23 - 6 (44 pts)

Previous Matchup:

In the low scoring affair, Anze Kopitar breaks the tie with :56 remaining in the third period to lead the Kings to the 2-1 win. 

Video: Andersson, Kopitar lift Kings past Ducks, 2-1

Kings Notes

Quinton Byfield, the Kings 2020 first-round draft pick (second overall) played in his second career NHL game, logging 17:18 of ice time, recording two hits and one shot. 

After scoring his 997th point in last night's game against the Ducks, Anze Kopitar moves within three points of 1,000. 

Gabriel Vilardi recorded the primary assist on a between the legs pass to Lias Andersson to tie the game at one a piece against the Ducks on Friday night. Vilardi now has points in back-to-back games and 18 points (7-11=18) this season. 

Video: LAK@ANA: Vilardi's amazing pass sets up Andersson

Ducks Notes:

The Ducks power play is 0-7 against the Kings in the last three games. Their power play ranks last in the NHL. 

Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf was a healthy scratch in last night's game against the Kings for the first time in his career. 

Who to Watch:

Jonathan Quick, who stopped 33 of 34 shots against the Ducks on Friday night. It was Quick's 10th win of the season. 

Trevor Zegras, who recorded the lone assist on the Ducks only goal on Friday night. Zegras, a rookie, has eight points (1-7=8) in 19 games this season. 

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