In points-blown, the Kings are one point behind 6th place Nashville and Detroit, and two behind 5th place Vancouver.
The Kings have the third worst goal-differential in the conference, at -7.
The Kings have the lowest ROW (regulation or OT win, excludes shoot-out wins) in the conference, with 1.
The Kings have the second highest goals-against average in the league, when a game is “close” (close = within one goal in the first two periods, or tied in the third or OT).
This, despite the fact that they have the fourth lowest shots-against average when a game is “close.”
So, when a game is close, the Kings allow nearly the fewest shots in the league, and nearly the most goals.
When a game is close, the Kings are second best in the league at missing the net with their shots.
When a game is close, the Kings are 23rd in missed-shots allowed.
In other words, other teams aren’t shooting wide against the Kings, but the Kings are shooting wide a lot.
Power-play is fourth worst, at 10.8%.
Kings have scored 4 goals in the first period, 8 in the second, and 3 in the third. That’s one goal from league-worst in the first period, and league-worst in the third. Middle of the pack in the second.
Kyle Clifford is 8th in the league in PTS/60 (points per 60 minutes of 5-on-5 ice-time).
Jake Muzzin leads the Kings in +-/60 (plus-minus per 60 minutes of ice-time), at 3.03. He’s followed by Gagne, Nolan, Clifford and Drewiske, who are all clustered around 1.0.