September 2011 - Page 12 of 12 - LA Kings Insider
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Hockey Fest on horizon

First, a look back to yesterday. I did end up taking some photos at the second part of the rookie-camp session, but reader and longtime blog supporter Chasen took some better photos! So, because his work deserves some showcasing, here's the link to the pictures... Sept. 10 rookie-camp photos I... Read More
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Rookie camp underway

Day one of rookie camp is underway, with the the first half of the morning session completed. Here's who is in attendance this morning and how they're skating... FORWARDS Jordan Nolan-Linden Vey-Brandon Kozun Ray Kaunisto-Jordan Weal-Tyler Toffoli Michael Schumacher-Andy Andreoff-Rob Mignardi ... Read More
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Morning reading: camp preparation

With the start of training camp right around the corner, what's on the mind of coaches? What will be stressed early in camp? Who will play together? Will there be any changes this season? Terry Murray and staff have been mulling these questions, and many others, practically since the end of Game 6 i... Read More
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Strength coach moves on

Kings strength and conditioning coach Tim Adams has left his position to ``pursue other opportunities,'' the team said today. Adams, hired in 2009, was regularly praised by players, coaches and staff members for his off-ice work with the players, including extensive work during the summer. A replace... Read More
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Hockey Fest events to be streamed

The Kings announced this morning that the Hockey Fest event, to be held Sunday at Staples Center, is sold out. But for those who didn't get tickets, or those outside of Southern California, a couple of the day's notable events will be streamed live on LAKings.com. You'll be able to watch the ``State... Read More
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Former Kings feared lost in crash

A plane carrying the KHL team, Yaroslavl Lokomotiv, crashed today in Russia with players and staff en route to their season opener. According to initial reports, there were two survivors among the 43 people on board, but feared dead in the crash are former Kings forwards Pavol Demitra (above left) a... Read More
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Radio schedule announced

Once again, the Kings will broadcast all 82 regular-season games on 1150-AM and other affiliates (1520-AM in Ventura, 1220-AM in Santa Clarita, 1490-AM in Banning, 1240-AM in Ridgecrest, 1380-AM in Palmdale and 1450-AM in Palm Springs). Nick Nickson and Daryl Evans will call the action, including a ... Read More
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Players can’t wait to skate

We're still 11 days away from the official on-ice start to Kings training camp, but there's plenty of activity already at the practice facility in El Segundo. A good portion of the veteran players have arrived and are going through daily off-ice workouts as well as some unofficial practice. That inc... Read More
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Miller to return (and stay busy)

As many of you probably read today, Bob Miller confirmed to the L.A. Times that he will be staying with the Kings for at least two more seasons (along with Jim Fox, who had previously signed a multi-year contract). That's great news for everyone, including myself, since spending time with them on th... Read More