By The Numbers: Kings and Ducks Through 2 Games

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In advance of Game 3 between the Kings and Ducks tonight in Los Angeles, let’s take a look at how the numbers stack up through the opening two games in their second round match-up…

Kings vs Ducks stats:

Player       Goals     Assists   Points
Gaborik       3              1               4
Kopitar        0             4               4
Martinez     2              0               2
King             1              0               1
Richards     0              1               1
Doughty      0              1               1
Brown         0              1               1
Toffoli         0              1               1
Pearson      0              1               1
Williams     0              1               1

Ducks vs Kings stats:

Player     Goals    Assists      Points
Getzlaf        0              3               3
Maroon       1              1               2
Fowler        0              2               2
Selanne       1              0               1
Beleskey      1              0               1

Other notes:

Kopitar 14pts (leads the league)
Gaborik 6 goals (leads the league)
Kings 6 game win streak (current longest streak)
Kopitar (+/-) +6 (tied for 3rd)
Kings 32 goals scored (2nd in league)
Kings 3.56 goals/game (2nd in league)
Kings PP  22.6% (7/31) – 7th in league
Kings PP at home 30.8% (4/13) – 2nd in league
Kings PK  87.5% (35/40) – 4th in league

Getzlaf 10 pts (tied for 3rd in the league)
Ducks 23 goals scored (10th in the league)
Ducks 24 goals against (10th in the league)
Ducks PP 23.5% (8/34)  (6th in the league)
Ducks PP @home 31.8 % (7/22)  (1st in the league)
Ducks PK  88.9% (32/36)  (3rd in the league)

Hit totals after 2 games:

Ducks 107
Kings   83

Hit Leaders (Kings):

Brown  9
Muzzin  8
Greene  8
Doughty 7

Hit Leaders (Ducks):

Fistric  15
Beleskey 13
Perreault 9
Smith-Pelly 8

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