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A look at what a couple of former Kings accomplished during their time in LA

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91 - Combined number of playoff points earned by Justin Williams and Mike Richards during their tenure with the Los Angeles Kings.

Williams was a part of five postseason runs with the Kings, appearing in 73 games and picking up 22 goals and 54 points (along with, of course, a couple of Cups and a Conn Smythe Trophy). Richards was a King for three of those five playoff appearances, with 10 goals and 37 points in 61 games (and the same two Stanley Cups, natch).

Of note, both Williams and Richards produced at a higher rate during the playoffs than they had in the regular season for the Kings; Williams's points-per-game in the regular season went from .62 to .74 in the playoffs, while Richards jumped from .52 to .61.