October 2010 - LA Kings Insider
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Prospect update

How are some of the Kings' 2010 draft picks doing? To start, Alessandro Seren Rosso of RussianProspect.com passed along this item about Maxim Kitsyn's first pro hat trick yesterday. Here's a look at how the picks are doing… Derek Forbort (defenseman, University of North Dakota): 6 games, 0 goals,... Full Story
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Lappy returns

Saturday night's ceremony to honor former Kings captain Mattias Norstrom went well, and Norstrom was presented with a watch, a gourmet coffee maker and a framed No. 14 Kings jersey. Former teammates Luc Robitaille, Rob Blake, Ian Laperriere, Derek Armstrong, Nelson Emerson, Glen Murray, Mathieu Schn... Full Story
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Devils quotes

Here's some of the reaction from the New Jersey locker room last night… COACH JOHN MACLEAN ``Tonight’s game was tough. A couple of mistakes and it’s in the net. We pushed it a little in the third period, but we weren’t getting the scoring we needed.'' ``They shut down Kovalchuk a couple of ti... Full Story
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Kings 3, Devils 1

The teams traded goals 24 seconds apart in the middle of the second period. New Jersey got on the board with 9:22 remaining in the period, when a slap shot by Matt Taormina from just inside the blue line found its way through traffic and beat Quick. The Kings' two-goal lead returned with 8:58 ... Full Story
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Kings 2, Devils 0

The Kings took a 2-0 lead with a power-play goal 9:32 into the second period. Jarret Stoll took a one-time shot from the top of the left circle and Brodeur made the save by Michal Handzus, parked in front of the net, took a whack at the rebound and puck trickled past Brodeur to give the Kings a 2-0 ... Full Story