May 2010 - Page 6 of 7 - LA Kings Insider
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Clifford to Monarchs?

It has become Monarchs Day, hasn't it? The Barrie Colts of the OHL announced today that Kyle Clifford has been assigned to the Monarchs for the rest of the playoffs. Clifford, a second-round pick of the Kings last year who signed an entry-level contract in September, had 28 goals and 29 assists in 5... Full Story
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Holloway feature

Here's the feature I wrote today on Manchester's Bud Holloway, who has tied the AHL single-year record with six game-winning goals in the playoffs so far. Holloway also led the Monarchs with 47 points in the regular season... Holloway Lifting Game to New Heights... Full Story
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Talking Monarchs hockey

This morning, I caught up with Manchester Monarchs coach Mark Morris, as part of a couple player features that will be published within the next week. Additionally, I asked Morris about the play of his team in general and, in particular, about the play of AHL goalie of the year Jonathan Bernier. The... Full Story
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Player evaluation: Jones

RANDY JONES This season: 48 games, 5 goals, 16 assists, 28 penalty minutes, 18:10 average ice time. The good: Claimed off waivers early in the season, Jones, early on, looked as though he might allow the Kings to duplicate the surprising success they had last season, in plucking Kyle Quincey off ... Full Story
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Monarchs win Game 5

Bud Holloway scored the only goal and Jonathan Bernier made 30 saves as the Manchester Monarchs beat the Worcester Sharks 1-0 in Game 5 of their second-round playoff series. The Monarchs now lead the series 3-2 and can win it Friday at Manchester. With his sixth game-winning goal (out of seven Monar... Full Story