September 20, 2011 10:11 am

All tired out in practice

In Terry Murray’s first season with the Kings, it was “home plate,” five dots spray-painted on the ice, in front of the goal crease, to designate the area that Murray wanted the team to better protect. This year, it’s tires, placed around the ice and, right now, in front of Jonathan Bernier to assist in skating and shooting drills. If you run a junkyard and you’re missing some tires, I think I know where they are.

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