November 2009 - Page 4 of 29 - LA Kings Insider
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Canucks 1, Kings 0

Neither team had a strong scoring chance until the Canucks took a 1-0 lead 7:35 into the first period. Henrik Sedin won the faceoff, Daniel Sedin brought the puck down low and centered it to Alex Burrows, who beat Drew Doughty to the front of the net and scored on a one-timer from close range.... Full Story
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Happy homecoming

If the Kings need anyone to show them around Vancouver's GM Place, Brandon Segal is up to the task. Segal, who grew up in British Columbia, said he attended many games at the arena -- and its predecessor, the Pacific Coliseum -- while growing up. Segal said he would be leaving 12 passes for friends ... Full Story
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The youthful King

Tonight, Brayden Schenn will become the third-youngest player to appear in a regular-season game for the Kings. Schenn, at 18 years, 97 days, is behind only Aki Berg, who debuted in 1995 at 18 years, 71 days, and Jimmy Carson, who debuted in 1986 at 18 years, 81 days. Schenn's brother, Luke, made hi... Full Story
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Schenn interview

Brayden Schenn had quite a 12-hour period, give or take an hour or two. Last night, he was in Victoria playing a team of Russian junior players. This morning, he was at GM Place, practicing with the Kings in preparation for his NHL debut. Schenn, 18, got a taste of NHL hockey when he scored two goal... Full Story
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Schenn, injuries, etc.

Here's a catch-all update as lunch is being cooked... -- Brayden Schenn will play tonight, will wear No. 55 and will skate between Frolov and Brown. It's a one-game deal and he will only stay longer if he signs an entry-level contract, which is still possible. -- Dean Lombardi said he didn't con... Full Story
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Schenn joins Kings

The Kings have signed center Brayden Schenn to a one-game amateur tryout agreement. Schenn is at the arena in Vancouver right now and is expected to play for the Kings tonight. Schenn, coincidentally enough, had been relatively close by, in Victoria, B.C., representing a team of top Canadian junio... Full Story
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Loktionov update

Dean Lombardi just told me, officially, that Andrei Loktionov suffered a dislocated shoulder. Even worse, Edmonton team doctors haven't been able to get the shoulder back in place, and Loktionov will have to go to a local hospital rather than accompany the team to Vancouver.... Full Story
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Murray postgame quotes

Terry Murray's postgame thoughts... (on Greene's goal...) MURRAY: ``That was a great shot. Greener is not a scorer, that's for sure, but he's a guy that plays hard for us. He really competes every night. He's a defending player, but you get those opportunities. I didn't ask him yet if he knew whe... Full Story