The Kings finished with the NHL’s best defense during the regular season. Their goaltenders, Jonathan Quick and Martin Jones (with an assist from the now traded Ben Scrivens) won the William M. Jennings Trophy after giving up a league-low 174 goals. After three playoff games, the Kings have the league’s worst defense, with Quick posting a 5.78 goals-against average going into Game 4 on Thursday. Quick’s save percentage is an atrocious .852. It was .915 in the regular season.