Last 5 Games

Opponent Date G A P +/- PIM PPG SHG S
vancouver-canucks VAN Feb 15 , 2019 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 3
washington-capitals WSH Feb 12 , 2019 0 1 1 -3 4 0 0 1
boston-bruins BOS Feb 09 , 2019 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2
philadelphia-flyers PHI Feb 08 , 2019 0 0 0 -2 0 0 0 1
new-jersey-devils NJD Feb 06 , 2019 0 3 3 2 0 0 0 2

Regular Season

Season GP G A P +/- PIM PPG PPP SHG SHP GWG S S% FO%
2018-2019 57 17 26 43 -4 26 0 12 2 2 2 116 14.700% 54.300%
2017-2018 82 35 57 92 21 20 7 27 0 2 6 200 17.500% 54.100%
2016-2017 76 12 40 52 -10 28 5 19 0 1 0 150 8.000% 52.700%
2015-2016 81 25 49 74 34 16 5 18 1 3 8 177 14.100% 53.500%
2014-2015 79 17 49 66 -2 10 6 24 0 0 5 136 12.500% 52.700%
2013-2014 82 29 41 70 30 24 10 23 0 0 12 200 14.500% 53.300%
2012-2013 47 10 32 42 14 16 0 16 0 0 2 98 10.200% 53.300%
2011-2012 82 25 51 76 17 20 8 0 2 4 2 227 11.000% 53.900%
2010-2011 75 25 48 73 20 20 6 18 1 1 7 233 10.700% 49.900%
2009-2010 82 34 47 81 3 16 14 38 1 1 3 259 13.100% 49.800%
2008-2009 82 27 43 70 -24 34 7 25 1 1 3 242 11.200% 49.500%
2007-2008 82 34 45 79 -15 22 14 36 2 4 3 205 16.600% 49.000%

Playoff Season

Season GP G A P +/- PIM PPG PPP SHG SHP GWG S S% FO%
2018 Playoff 4 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 11.100% 60.400%
2016 Playoff 5 2 2 4 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 10 20.000% 57.700%
2014 Playoff 26 5 21 26 8 14 1 7 0 0 1 46 10.900% 53.100%
2013 Playoff 18 3 6 9 -2 12 1 4 0 0 1 32 9.400% 51.900%
2012 Playoff 20 8 12 20 21 9 0 6 2 3 1 56 14.300% 48.600%
2010 Playoff 6 2 3 5 -1 2 1 2 0 0 1 18 11.100% 47.800%

CAREER

Team Season GP G A P +/- PIM PPG PPP SHG SHP GWG S S% FO%
2018-2019 57 17 26 43 -4 26 0 12 2 2 2 116 14.700% 54.300%
2017-2018 82 35 57 92 21 20 7 27 0 2 6 200 17.500% 54.100%
2016-2017 76 12 40 52 -10 28 5 19 0 1 0 150 8.000% 52.700%
2015-2016 81 25 49 74 34 16 5 18 1 3 8 177 14.100% 53.500%
2014-2015 79 17 49 66 -2 10 6 24 0 0 5 136 12.500% 52.700%
2013-2014 82 29 41 70 30 24 10 23 0 0 12 200 14.500% 53.300%
2012-2013 47 10 32 42 14 16 0 16 0 0 2 98 10.200% 53.300%
2011-2012 82 25 51 76 17 20 8 0 2 4 2 227 11.000% 53.900%
2010-2011 75 25 48 73 20 20 6 18 1 1 7 233 10.700% 49.900%
2009-2010 82 34 47 81 3 16 14 38 1 1 3 259 13.100% 49.800%
2008-2009 82 27 43 70 -24 34 7 25 1 1 3 242 11.200% 49.500%
2007-2008 82 34 45 79 -15 22 14 36 2 4 3 205 16.600% 49.000%
Career - 907 290 528 818 84 252 82 256 10 19 53 2243 12.84% 52.17%

Anze Kopitar Bio

Hockey may not be the most popular sport in the small European nation of Slovenia, but the country was still able to produce one of today’s best NHL stars in Anze Kopitar. The 6-foot-3, 225 lb center from the town of Jesenice was the first player from his homeland to crack an NHL lineup and he’s undoubtedly been the best Slovenian ever to lace up a pair of skates.

Kopitar was taken in the first round of the NHL Entry Draft with the 11th overall pick by the Los Angeles Kings in 2005 after playing as a youngster in Europe. He debuted for the club just over a year later as a 19-year-old when the Kings opened their 2006/07 season against the Anaheim Ducks. He made quite a splash by scoring two goals in the contest and followed the performance up with a three-assist effort in his very next outing against the St. Louis Blues.

The teenager kept the pace up throughout the first month of the season and finished October with three goals and 10 assists in the Kings’ first 14 games. Kopitar’s on-ice efforts didn’t go unnoticed as he was invited to the 2007 NHL Young Stars Game. His rookie season concluded with 20 goals and 41 assists for 61 points and he ranked number three in rookie scoring in each of those categories. Kopitar may not have been the best rookie in 2006/07 as Evgeni Malkin of the Pittsburgh Penguins won the Calder Trophy, but he certainly impressed the right people with his skills as he placed fourth in the voting for the award.

Kopitar was chosen for the NHL All-Star Game for the first of three times in 2007/2008 and also led his team in scoring with 32 goals and 45 assists for 77 points. He was named an alternate captain just before the 2008/09 campaign and in the next season he helped LA make the postseason for the first time since 2001/02 with his 34 goals and 47 assists. The Kings won their first ever Stanley Cup in 2011/12 with Kopitar sharing the playoff scoring lead with teammate Dustin Brown by scoring eight goals (two shorthanded) and 12 assists for 20 points in 20 games. He was also a plus-16 during the run to the title.

The Kings won the cup gain in 2013/14 with Kopitar repeating his feat as the top playoff scorer with five goals and 21 assists for 26 points. In 2015/16 Kopitar racked up 25 goals and 49 assists for 74 points to lead his team in scoring for the ninth consecutive season to top the old franchise mark of eight straight years set by Hall of Fame center Marcel Dionne. Known for his stellar defensive play, Kopitar took home the Selke Trophy in both the 2015/16 and 2017/18 seasons as the top defensive forward in the NHL and was also honored as the most sportsmanlike player in the league by being awarded the Lady Byng Trophy in 2015/16 as well.\

Another milestone was reached by Kopitar in June of 2016 when he was named captain of the Kings, replacing Dustin Brown. Kopitar is known as one of the NHL’s top faceoff men and his tireless work ethic, creativity and excellent vision allows him to contribute at both ends of the ice. He owns a great pair of hands for a big man, and seems to excel when the stakes are at their highest. Kopitar has led the Kings in scoring in 10 of his 12 seasons with the club.

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Stanley Cup

Team Season
2013-2014
2011-2012

Clarence Campbell Bowl

Team Season
2013-2014
2011-2012

Awards

Awards Season
Frank J. Selke Trophy 2017-2018
Frank J. Selke Trophy 2015-2016
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy 2015-2016