January 2010 - Page 3 of 29 - LA Kings Insider
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Mikus is here

First, if you need to catch up on today's news and notes, please check out my LAKings.com notebook... Kings notebook (Jan. 30) Second, sit down everyone. I'm told that the one, the only Juraj Mikus is scheduled to be in the building tonight. It seems as though he might be injured -- who thought ... Full Story
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One tough matchup

The Boston Bruins might be, in Terry Murray's words, a ``wounded bear,'' but penalty killing is one area in which they have been consistently strong. The Bruins' penalty kill is the league's second-most efficient, at 87.2 percent, and two weeks ago, the Bruins killed all five Kings power plays in th... Full Story
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Focus on Boston

The Boston Bruins have hit a terribly rough patch. They've lost five consecutive games in regulation and have totaled only six goals in those five games. They're coming off a 2-1 loss against Buffalo last night, and seemed to play better than they have of late, but the Bruins are now fighting for th... Full Story
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Goalie breakdown

I got a chance to catch up with Kings goalie coach Bill Ranford today, and I asked Bill if he could give a quick rundown of his impressions of each of the goalies in the Kings' system this season. So here we go, starting with Jonathan Quick and continuing with Erik Ersberg, Jonathan Bernier, Jeff Za... Full Story
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A chance for Jones

After four games as a healthy scratch, defenseman Randy Jones goes back into the Kings' lineup tonight in place of the injured Jack Johnson. It's been an up-and-down season for Jones, who was claimed off waivers from Philadelphia in October and had a good start, with four points in his first four ga... Full Story
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The untouchables?

With all the talk about trades, and which players shouldn't be traded, I thought I'd throw it open to a weekend poll. Which players, off the Kings' NHL roster, would you consider ``untouchable,'' not to be traded under any circumstances? We can do another one, for prospects, but I thought we should ... Full Story