October 2009 - Page 5 of 30 - LA Kings Insider
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More praise for Parse

Parse, who played 10:30 in his NHL debut and had an assist, got more than two minutes of extra ice time Sunday night and picked up another assist on another Jarret Stoll goal. With Justin Williams still out, Parse will stay put, alongside Stoll and Teddy Purcell, and after Sunday's game, Terry Murra... Full Story
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Showing poise

The debate about Scuderi's hit is an interesting one -- vote in the poll below to register your opinion -- but it's also worth noting that after a couple questionable hits later in the game, specifically on Drew Doughty and Alexander Frolov, the Kings didn't retaliate. Here's what Rob Scuderi said a... Full Story
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Campbell on NHL Live

Colin Campbell, the NHL's director of hockey operations, was just on the NHL Live show and was asked about Rob Scuderi's hit last night, and any possible discipline... CAMPBELL: ``Fortunately, it's not one of these things where they play the next night. We can look at it, the number of games we ha... Full Story
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Postgame notes

-- Anze Kopitar, with two goals, extended his point streak to six games, with six goals and five assists in those games. He now leads the NHL in goals (10) and points (21). For the NHL scoring leaders, click here. -- The Kings’ eight wins are tied with Colorado for second most in the NHL, one behi... Full Story
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Kopitar postgame quotes

(on tonight's secondary scoring, from Frolov, Stoll and Handzus...) KOPITAR: ``It's always great to see. Sometimes two goals is not enough from the first line, and everybody else contributed right in and it was really nice to see. If you want to be a consistent team, you need that secondary scorin... Full Story
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Williams out Wednesday

Notes and quotes from the locker room to come, but first, Terry Murray said after the game that Justin Williams will not play on Wednesday at San Jose, which once again pushes back the estimate for Williams' return. Lots of stuff to come, including some reaction to Rob Scuderi's hit on Jason Chimera... Full Story
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Kings 6, Columbus 2

Alexander Frolov scored his second goal of the game, on the power play. Steve Mason saved Drew Doughty's shot, but Frolov got the rebound and tossed a backhand shot at the net, through traffic and from a tough angle, that somehow squeezed past Mason at the near post with 2:02 remaining.... Full Story