— The Kings fell back to .500, at 26-26-9, and finished the season series against Detroit with an 0-3-1 record.
— The Kings were outshot 41-31. It was the sixth time this season the Kings have allowed 40 or more shots on goal in a game. In their three previous games against Detroit, the Kings allowed 37, 36 and 31 shots on goal, respectively.
— The Kings have scored two regulation goals in their last three games and, at one point, went six consecutive periods without a goal. This streak follows a four-game stretch in which the Kings totaled 15 goals.
— The Kings dropped to 2-20-4 when trailing after two periods, and 4-20-6 when allowing the first goal.
— The Kings went 1-for-2 on the power play and 2-for-2 on the penalty kill.
— Alexander Frolov had a goal, his fourth goal in his last seven games.
— Kyle Quincey had an assist, his 30th assist of the season.
— Jonathan Quick stopped 39 of 41 shots and fared much better than he did in his two previous games against Detroit this season. In his first start of this season, Dec. 20 at Detroit, Quick allowed five goals (on 35 shots) in a 6-4 loss. In a Jan. 15 home game against the Wings, Quick allowed four goals (on 31 shots) in a 4-0 loss.
— Dustin Brown returned to the lineup after missing the previous two games. Brown had stayed in Los Angeles to be with his wife, who gave birth to the couple’s second child on Monday night. Brown had played all 58 games for the Kings before Tuesday and has missed only nine of a possible 308 Kings games since the start of the 2005-06 season. Brown played 17 minutes, 25 seconds.
— Raitis Ivanans took a shoulder to the head early in the second period and did not return to the game.
— Drew Doughty led all Kings in ice time, with 22:37. Patrick O’Sullivan led all Kings forwards at 20:32.
— Dustin Brown and Teddy Purcell each had a team-high four shots on goal.