|Western Conference Semifinals - Best of 7 - Game 2 - LOS Leads 1-0|
|17||LOS ANGELES||+110||Ov 5,-115||+105||Ov 5,-105|
|18||ANAHEIM||-130||Un 5,-105||-125||Un 5,-115|
|Team Stats (Road Games)||26-21-0||+2.9||26-21||+2.9||12-20||2.5||31.6||2.3||29.6|
|Last 5 Games||5-0-0||+5.6||5-0||+5.6||2-1||4.2||33.6||1.4||34.0|
|Team Stats (All Games)||90||235||73||63||86||13||20||2854||8.2%||313||51||16.3%||386|
|Team Stats (Road Games)||47||116||30||32||47||7||10||1486||7.8%||150||23||15.3%||185|
|Team Stats (Last 5 Games)||5||21||5||6||9||1||3||168||12.5%||20||5||25.0%||37|
|Team Stats (Playoffs)||8||29||7||8||13||1||3||259||11.2%||28||7||25.0%||47|
|Team Stats (vs. Division)||37||100||29||29||37||5||8||1246||8.0%||127||18||14.2%||160|
|Stats Against (All Games)|| ||198||55||66||68||9||10||2432||8.1%||332||54||16.3%||337|
|Stats Against (Road Games)|| ||108||30||40||34||4||7||1393||7.8%||183||29||15.8%||183|
|Stats Against (Last 5 Games)|| ||7||2||3||2||0||0||170||4.1%||23||1||4.3%||13|
|Stats Against (Playoffs)|| ||24||6||9||8||1||1||283||8.5%||36||4||11.1%||42|
|Stats Against (vs. Division)|| ||80||18||32||26||4||5||1028||7.8%||142||20||14.1%||134|
|MARTIN JONES (All Games)||20||18||504||471||93.5%||3||12-6||+4.8||12-6-0||+5||5-7|
|MARTIN JONES (Road Games)||13||12||349||326||93.4%||1||8-4||+4.1||8-4-0||+4||4-4|
|MARTIN JONES (vs. Division)||8||7||172||163||94.8%||1||5-2||+2.8||5-2-0||+3||0-4|
|MARTIN JONES (Last 4 Games)||4||3||79||75||94.9%||0||2-1||+1||2-1-0||+1||0-2|
|MARTIN JONES (Playoff Games)||1||0||4||4||100.0%||0||0-0||0||0-0-0||0||0-0|
|JONATHAN QUICK (All Games)||57||57||1461||1338||91.6%||5||32-25||-3||32-25-0||-5||21-25|
|JONATHAN QUICK (Road Games)||25||25||693||638||92.1%||1||13-12||-0.4||13-12-0||-1||8-10|
|JONATHAN QUICK (vs. Division)||26||26||722||665||92.1%||3||15-11||+1.4||15-11-0||0||12-12|
|JONATHAN QUICK (Last 4 Games)||4||4||131||127||96.9%||0||4-0||+4.6||4-0-0||+4||1-1|
|JONATHAN QUICK (Playoff Games)||8||8||278||255||91.7%||0||5-3||+2.4||5-3-0||+2||5-1|
|Team Stats (Home Games)||32-13-0||+9.8||32-13||+9.8||23-20||3.5||33.8||2.3||30.3|
|Last 5 Games||2-3-0||-1.4||2-3||-1.4||3-1||3.0||29.6||3.2||28.8|
|Team Stats (All Games)||89||288||85||107||85||11||11||2771||10.4%||306||51||16.7%||484|
|Team Stats (Home Games)||45||156||46||61||43||6||5||1523||10.2%||171||34||19.9%||260|
|Team Stats (Last 5 Games)||5||15||6||2||6||1||0||148||10.1%||22||5||22.7%||27|
|Team Stats (Playoffs)||7||22||10||4||7||1||0||202||10.9%||30||7||23.3%||36|
|Team Stats (vs. Division)||30||105||29||37||35||4||6||927||11.3%||109||20||18.3%||173|
|Stats Against (All Games)|| ||230||76||76||69||9||10||2568||9.0%||305||52||17.0%||394|
|Stats Against (Home Games)|| ||102||39||31||27||5||4||1362||7.5%||158||24||15.2%||173|
|Stats Against (Last 5 Games)|| ||16||6||5||4||1||0||144||11.1%||22||2||9.1%||26|
|Stats Against (Playoffs)|| ||21||7||7||6||1||0||215||9.8%||33||4||12.1%||36|
|Stats Against (vs. Division)|| ||70||21||25||20||4||3||919||7.6%||101||13||12.9%||119|
|FREDERIK ANDERSEN (All Games)||34||30||949||871||91.8%||1||23-7||+15.6||23-7-0||+15||17-13|
|FREDERIK ANDERSEN (Home Games)||17||14||502||468||93.2%||0||12-2||+8.4||12-2-0||+8||9-5|
|FREDERIK ANDERSEN (vs. Division)||11||10||323||301||93.2%||0||8-2||+6.3||8-2-0||+6||4-6|
|FREDERIK ANDERSEN (Last 4 Games)||4||4||95||82||86.3%||1||2-2||-0.2||2-2-0||0||3-1|
|FREDERIK ANDERSEN (Playoff Games)||6||6||166||148||89.2%||1||4-2||+1.8||4-2-0||+2||4-2|
|JOHN GIBSON (All Games)||3||3||87||83||95.4%||0||3-0||+3||3-0-0||+3||1-2|
|JOHN GIBSON (Home Games)||2||2||69||65||94.2%||0||2-0||+2||2-0-0||+2||1-1|
|JOHN GIBSON (vs. Division)||2||2||56||54||96.4%||0||2-0||+2||2-0-0||+2||1-1|
|JOHN GIBSON (Last 4 Games)||3||3||87||83||95.4%||0||3-0||+3||3-0-0||+3||1-2|
|JOHN GIBSON (Playoff Games)||0||0||0||0||0.0%||0||0-0||0||0-0-0||0||0-0|
|JONAS HILLER (All Games)||53||51||1397||1274||91.2%||4||30-21||-0.6||30-21-0||-2||28-19|
|JONAS HILLER (Home Games)||28||28||755||697||92.3%||4||17-11||-1.7||17-11-0||-2||13-13|
|JONAS HILLER (vs. Division)||17||17||504||463||91.9%||0||11-6||+2.2||11-6-0||+2||10-5|
|JONAS HILLER (Last 4 Games)||4||2||76||70||92.1%||0||0-2||-3||0-2-0||-3||1-0|
|JONAS HILLER (Playoff Games)||3||1||49||46||93.9%||0||0-1||-1.2||0-1-0||-1||0-0|
|Average power rating of opponents played: LOS ANGELES 3.04, ANAHEIM 3.1|
|4/9/2014||at CALGARY||3-4||L||0, -160||L||5 un||O|
|4/10/2014||at EDMONTON||3-0||W||0, -145||W||5 ov||U|
|4/12/2014||ANAHEIM||3-4||L||0, -125||L||5 ov||O|
|4/17/2014||at SAN JOSE||3-6||L||0, +115||L||4.5 ov||O|
|4/20/2014||at SAN JOSE||2-7||L||0, +120||L||5 un||O|
|4/22/2014||SAN JOSE||3-4||L||0, -120||L||5 un||O|
|4/24/2014||SAN JOSE||6-3||W||0, -110||W||5 ev||O|
|4/26/2014||at SAN JOSE||3-0||W||0, +140||W||5 ov||U|
|4/28/2014||SAN JOSE||4-1||W||0, -125||W||5 ov||P|
|4/30/2014||at SAN JOSE||5-1||W||0, +125||W||5 un||O|
|5/3/2014||at ANAHEIM||3-2||W||0, +100||W||5 ov||P|
|5/5/2014||at ANAHEIM|| |
|4/9/2014||SAN JOSE||5-2||W||0, +100||W||5.5 un||O|
|4/12/2014||at LOS ANGELES||4-3||W||0, +105||W||5 ov||O|
|4/13/2014||COLORADO||3-2||W||0, -125||W||5.5 un||U|
|4/16/2014||DALLAS||4-3||W||0, -170||W||5.5 un||O|
|4/18/2014||DALLAS||3-2||W||0, -160||W||5.5 un||U|
|4/21/2014||at DALLAS||0-3||L||0, -110||L||5.5 un||U|
|4/23/2014||at DALLAS||2-4||L||0, -110||L||5.5 un||O|
|4/25/2014||DALLAS||6-2||W||0, -160||W||5.5 un||O|
|4/27/2014||at DALLAS||5-4||W||0, -115||W||5.5 un||O|
|5/3/2014||LOS ANGELES||2-3||L||0, -120||L||5 ov||P|
|5/5/2014||LOS ANGELES|| |
|5/8/2014||at LOS ANGELES|| |
|5/10/2014||at LOS ANGELES|| |
|LOS ANGELES: |
LOS ANGELES (AP) - After the most successful two-year stretch in franchise history, the Los Angeles Kings just want to keep it going.
That's because the Kings historically aren't used to good times. The 2012 Stanley Cup champions returned to the Western Conference finals last summer, winning six total playoff rounds - twice as many as this long-struggling team had ever managed in any two-year stretch.
To stay on top, Los Angeles plans to rely on the same unflashy, workmanlike style that allowed coach Darryl Sutter's club to raise the Cup for the first time.
|ANAHEIM: ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) - That brand-new Pacific Division title banner in the Honda Center rafters is going to mock the Anaheim Ducks until they figure out how to back up their regular-season prowess with playoff success.
With Teemu Selanne back for one last run at the Stanley Cup, the Ducks are eager to extend the Finnish Flash's final season well into the summer.
Anaheim went back to training camp this month still smarting from its seven-game loss to Detroit in the first round of last season's playoffs. The Ducks have still only won one playoff round since claiming their only NHL title in 2007 - none since 2009.
The best regular-season winning percentage in franchise history led to another early summer, and coach Bruce Boudreau is confident the Ducks are done with first-round flops.
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER NHL PLAYOFF PREVIEW (LOS ANGELES-ANAHEIM) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ |
(Updates. With AP Photos.)
*Kings-Ducks Preview* =====================
By GREG BEACHAM AP Sports Writer
Los Angeles At Anaheim, Game Two, 10:00 p.m. EDT
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) -- The width of Alec Martinez's shin guard was the difference between the Los Angeles Kings and the Anaheim Ducks in their playoff series opener.
Corey Perry had the puck on his stick with a nearly open net early in overtime, but Martinez managed to block the shot by the Ducks' best goal-scorer. It happened in an instant, but both players were still thinking about the pivotal play a day later as they prepared for Game 2 on Monday night.
"I guess I channeled my inner goalie, playing in the driveway when I was younger," Martinez said Sunday after the latest round of congratulations for his game-saving block. "I just tried to get in front of it, and maybe got a little bit lucky, too."
No hockey game turns on one play, and the Kings wouldn't have even made it to overtime without Marian Gaborik's tying goal with 7 seconds left in regulation in their 3-2 win. Several minutes after Martinez's big save, Gaborik's game-winner put the Kings up 1-0 in the second round with their fifth consecutive playoff victory.
Both teams expect a long, taxing series between evenly matched opponents with a thorough mutual familiarity. They won't be surprised if more games in the series come down to one blocked shot, one extra pass or one big save.
Perry still won't soon forget his missed opportunity to put the Ducks in front in the series.
"I've seen it a few times," said a grimacing Perry, who scored 43 goals in the regular season and two more in the first round against Dallas. "I was up for a while. You think about what it could have been.
"He made a great play," Perry added. "I thought I had an open net, and obviously I tried to put it in, but he just got his leg on it, and I missed the rebound. Hopefully it's a different bounce next time."
Even before the late theatrics, the Southern California rivals' first playoff meeting was every bit as entertaining as expected. The Kings have little trouble winning on the road, while the Ducks were a dominant home team this season - but neither team is likely to have a distinct home-ice advantage.
"I thought the atmosphere was great," Kings forward Justin Williams said. "A lot of times when you're on the road, all you want to hear is silence. But there wasn't even much silence when we scored. There was a lot of Kings fans there and a lot of support for us, so that was the extra added element to the game. Usually when you score an overtime goal, it's crickets in the building, and we heard a little something, so Kings fans are making their way down the freeway."
Perry, Ryan Getzlaf and Teemu Selanne all had big moments for the Ducks, who controlled play for long stretches and got a strong performance from new starting goalie Jonas Hiller. Anaheim still couldn't capitalize on its opportunities to pull away, failing to crack the NHL's best defense with its habitually struggling power play.
The Ducks might have more offensive ability than the Kings, but they also know it won't matter unless it leads to goals.
"We didn't bury our few chances," Getzlaf said. "I don't think they've changed much. They're still the team we know. They've just upped their intensity, and we've got to match it."
The defense-minded Kings have been impressive offensively during their playoff winning streak. Los Angeles has 21 goals in its last five games, and Anze Kopitar has become the postseason's leading scorer so far.
The Kings are scoring well, but their defensive depth became even shallower in victory: Veteran defenseman Jeff Schultz could make his debut for Los Angeles in Game 2 if injured Willie Mitchell and Robyn Regehr must sit out. Down to five healthy defensemen for much of Game 1 at Honda Center, the Kings still managed to limit the Ducks to two goals.
"I had a little chat with (coach Darryl Sutter), and he said, `Just go out there and play,"' said Schultz, who played for Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau in Washington during his 399 games of NHL experience. "It's hard to replace a guy like Robyn, but I feel like I'm capable of doing a similar job to what he can do."
|Last Updated: 5/22/2018 3:04:26 AM EST|