September 2010 - Page 3 of 15 - LA Kings Insider
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Kings 2, Ducks 0

Dustin Brown opened the scoring with a 5-on-3 goal 7:32 into the first period. The Kings controlled the puck for more than a minute with the two-man advantage, and Brown picked up a rebound on the left side of the net and scored. Assists went to Jack Johnson and Anze Kopitar. The Kings, still on ... Full Story
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Centers of attention

As previously posted, the two young centers who are in contention for a roster spot will get a long look tonight. Brayden Schenn will center the second line, between Brad Richardson and Justin Williams, while Andrei Loktionov will center Kyle Clifford and Kevin Westgarth. Chances are increasingly go... Full Story
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Greene update

They're calling it the ``Red Cross'' jersey in Kings training camp, and Matt Greene was able to shed it for at least one day. Injured players participating in conditioning skating have been on the ice in red jerseys, but today Greene was in the traditional black uniform of a defenseman, skating and ... Full Story
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Numbers game in goal

Jonathan Bernier has already appeared in two preseason games (five periods, 100 minutes), while Erik Ersberg -- who missed several days of practice with a hand injury -- has not yet played a minute in preseason. Given that only two games remain in the preseason after tonight, it's a given that Ersbe... Full Story
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Down to 29 (sort of)

The Kings made their four roster cuts yesterday, essentially taking them down to 29 NHL-caliber players. The maximum number of healthy players the Kings can carry at the start of the season is 23, although Terry Murray said the other day that he wasn't sure whether the Kings would carry 22 or 23 at ... Full Story
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Today’s cuts

The Kings will officially announce cuts today, but Oscar Moller, Johan Fransson, Alec Martinez and Andrew Campbell are not on the ice this morning, so those are the four. Scott Parse (sore toe) is also not skating, and Brad Richardson is once again taking his place on the second line.... Full Story
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NHL or juniors

In the time that I've been covering the Kings, it's hard to remember a training camp that has held so much competition for spots, particularly among young players who might be ready to take the jump to the NHL. Brayden Schenn certainly fits into that category. In an ideal situation, Schenn probab... Full Story