November 8, 2011 10:35 pm

Parse injury update

Scott Parse took only three shifts in the first period before he left the game with what was announced as a “lower-body injury.” After the game, Terry Murray wasn’t any more descriptive, but did describe Parse’s status as “a little more than day-to-day.”

Trent Hunter and Kevin Westgarth have been the regular healthy scratches, and the Kings have been strongly considering getting Colin Fraser into some games, so that might be an option if Parse will be out for an extended period. Andrei Loktionov, who has performed well in Manchester this season, would also be an option if the Kings looked to call up a player.

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