June 2012 - Page 2 of 17 - LA Kings Insider
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Four great guys, one great time

The Stanley Cup certainly gets around, and tonight it has a great host. Bob Miller got a night with the Cup, and true to his nature, he invited more than 100 folks to come out and enjoy the night with him and his wife, Judy. Picture time just wrapped up, and here's a great one of Bob, Jim Fox, Nick ... Read More
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A look at 2012-13 salary structure

With Jarret Stoll and Colin Fraser now back in the fold, here’s a reasonable guess as to how the Kings’ lineup might look in 2012-13. This does not include Dustin Penner, as he is an unrestricted free agent, but it does assume a modest raise for Dwight King. If you assume all of the below, it’s a to... Read More
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Fraser talks about return to Kings

The last couple days have been big for some young players, but they’ve also been important to Colin Fraser, who re-upped with the Kings yesterday on a two-year, $1.65-million contract. It’s been quite a full-circle year for Fraser. Last June 26, he found himself in a middle of a firestorm after Edmo... Read More
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Recap of Kings draft picks

Courtesy of the Kings' Instagram account, above is a look at two happy guys: Nikolai Prokhorkin (left) and Tomas Hyka (right), who were two of the Kings' five draft picks today. Including yesterday's first-round pick, Tanner Pearson, here's the rundown of all six of the Kings' picks in this year... Read More
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Info on Kings pick Nick Ebert

With their seventh-round pick, and the final pick of the draft, (No. 211 overall) the Kings selected defenseman Nick Ebert from Windsor of the Ontario Hockey League. Ebert, 18, is listed at 5-foot-11 and 200 pounds and, coincidentally, is a native of New Jersey. Ebert had six goals, 33 assists and a... Read More
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Info on Kings pick Paul LaDue

With a sixth-round pick (No. 191 overall) the Kings selected defenseman Paul LaDue from Lincoln of the junior-level United States Hockey League. LaDue, 19, is listed at 6-foot-1, 186 pounds and has committed to play for the University of North Dakota, to start playing in the fall of 2013. LaDue had ... Read More
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Info on Kings pick Tomas Hyka

With a sixth-round pick (No. 171 overall) the Kings selected right winger Tomas Hyka from Gatineau of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. Hyka, a 19-year-old native of the Czech Republic, is listed at 5-foo-11, 160 pounds. This season, he had 20 goals and 44 assists in 50 games for Gatineau. H... Read More