The NHL’s official “home” page for every team has been updated to show how the team is doing over the last five years.
The new information is based on a number of different metrics including “points, assists, power-play goals, shots, penalty minutes, plus/minus, shots on goal, power play goals, power plays, goals, wins, save percentage, shots against per 60 minutes, goals against per game, save percentages against, goals allowed per game and games played.”)
As of Friday morning, the NHL had the Kings at 15-7-4 on the season, with three of those wins coming against the Panthers, Flyers and Blues.
In the last four seasons, the Kings have won 10 of those games, with the only loss coming to the Stars.
The Kings’ power play was also at its best in 2017-18, finishing with a 60.4% success rate.
They were second in the league in power play time last season (1:56:14), behind only the Stars, and tied for fifth in the NHL in goals (32).
The Kings have scored at least 30 goals in every game this season, tying for fifth-most in the League.
The Kings had an assist on all five of the Kings goals, but the lone one came in the second period against the Flyers when Kari Lehtonen found a way to score on a wrist shot.
The Kings had their best power play of the season on Friday, and had a 2-0 lead in the third period.
The team is 2-1-0 when leading after one period and 3-1 on the road, and 3.7 points per game when leading.
At 5-0-0 on the year, the Islanders are tied for the best record in the Western Conference.
They’re currently in the midst of a playoff push that has them sitting just a point behind the Sharks, and the Blues are two points ahead of the Ducks.
The Islanders will take on the Nashville Predators on Saturday night at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
The game will be televised live on NBCSN at 8:30 p.m.
The Islanders will also be airing an exclusive “Inside the Isles” interview with captain John Tavares on Saturday.
The NHL’s home page is now available on the NHL.com website.