Sunday practice update

The “S Curse” is now complete, as Stoll, Scuderi, Smyth, Segal and Simmonds have all missed games this season, but what remained of the Kings was on the ice this morning before the upcoming flight to Vancouver. A few quick things…

— Terry Murray said he has talked with management about the possibility of calling up a player from Manchester, but no move has been made yet.

— Jonathan Quick will start in goal against Vancouver, but Murray said he’s not totally certain about what he will do the following night in Edmonton.

— Murray said he shifted lines in the third period — he shifted all three left wingers — because he was unhappy with puck management and wanted a change. The Kings were back to their early-game lines in practice today.

More notes from practice a bit later…

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