May 2010 - Page 2 of 7 - LA Kings Insider
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Lombardi Q&A

First, a reminder that the Manchester Monarchs play their must-win Game 6 against Hershey today at 4 p.m. Pacific time... Also, it's almost time for an end of season/start of summer Q&A with Dean Lombardi. As always, question topics will be reader-generated, so please feel free to post your questio... Full Story
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Memorial Cup update

The Memorial Cup continues today, and it appears as though Kings prospect Brandon Kozun will be able to resume his quest for the cup. Kozun missed the Calgary Hitmen's previous two games with an ankle injury but is expected to play today when the Hitmen face the Brandon Wheat Kings in the tournament... Full Story
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Monarchs lose Game 5

Francois Bouchard's goal, 10:38 into overtime, gave the Hershey Bears a 3-2 victory over the Manchester Monarchs in Game 5 of the AHL Eastern Conference Finals. Hershey now leads the series 3-2, and the Monarchs will have to win at Hershey on Saturday and Sunday to advance to the Calder Cup Finals. ... Full Story
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Morning listening

Ken Cail, a name and voice that some of you are becoming increasingly familiar with, is the radio voice of the Manchester Monarchs. Ken did a podcast with the Kings' Mike Kalinowski this week, talking about the Monarchs, who face a big Game 5 in the Eastern Conference Finals series tonight against t... Full Story
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Memorial Cup update

The junior-level Memorial Cup is into its sixth day today, and round-robin play wraps up as the Brandon Wheat Kings play the Calgary Hitmen. It will also be a head-to-head matchup of Kings prospects, as Brandon center Brayden Schenn faces Calgary goalie Martin Jones. The Hitmen also have Kings prosp... Full Story
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Monarchs win Game 4

Dwight King's second-period goal held up as the Manchester Monarchs beat the Hershey Bears 1-0 in Game 4 of the AHL Eastern Conference Finals at Manchester. The best-of-seven series is now tied 2-2, with Game 5 to be played Thursday at Manchester. Jonathan Bernier stopped all 18 shots he faced for h... Full Story