RECORD – 19-8-2
POINTS – 40
STANDINGS – 1ST, Pacific Divison; 2nd, Western Conference
- The Kings suffered their first regulation loss in 10 games, snapping a nine-game point streak (7-0-2).
- Ottawa scored three goals in a 3:34 minute span in a second period which saw them record four goals.
- Jamie McBain scored his second goal of the season, Tyler Toffoli his 12th, and Jake Muzzin his fourth. Milan Lucic led all Kings players in points scored with two (2A).
- Ottawa’s Craig Anderson recorded just his second-career win against the Kings in his 14th start against Los Angeles.
- Jonathan Quick recorded his second shutout of the season and the 39th of his NHL career, making 45 saves. Quick’s 45 saves were a season-high, and the second-most he’s ever made when recording a shutout.
- Drew Doughty scored the first goal of the game, then assisted on Anze Kopitar’s marker 1:35 minutes later.
- In what was the Kings’ 70th regular season visit to Montreal, they recorded their 10th road win against the Canadiens, where they are now 10-49-0-11.
- Jhonas Enroth made his sixth start of the season.
- The Kings, as a franchise, lost only their second game ever in regulation time at the Air Canade Centre, where they are now 6-2-2.
- Former King Jonathan Bernier recorded his first win of the season for Toronto.
- The Kings finished their six-game road trip with a 3-2-1 record.
RECORD – 20-10-2
POINTS – 42
STANDINGS – 1ST, Pacific Division; 4th, Western Conference
WHO WAS HOT:
Four different players finished the week with two points scored; Milan Lucic (2A), Drew Doughty (1G, 1A), Marian Gaborik (1G, 1A), and Tyler Toffoli (1G, 1A). Doughty’s goal was Thursday night’s game-winner in Montreal.
"GET OUT MY WAY"
Wanna get away?
Tyler Toffoli is the lucky recipient of a whacky bounce off of a Stanchion at the Canadian Tire Centre on Monday night, where he buried the Kings’ second goal of the evening.
Nolan nails Neil.
Drew Doughty finds Anze Kopitar with a gorgeous cross-ice back-door pass to put the Kings up 2-0 Thursday night in Montreal.
Quick, crease, Quebec.
With the Kings making their one visit to Montreal this past week, we figured we’d throw it back to November 24, 2010, when Alec Martinez scored his first NHL goal in his fifth game against the Canadiens at the Bell Centre.
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