October 2010 - Page 29 of 30 - LA Kings Insider
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Ducks 2, Kings 0

The Kings had a 5-on-3 advantage early in the third period, but Alexei Ponikarovsky then took an offensive-zone penalty. The Ducks got a 4-on-4 goal, as Ryan Getzlaf made a great stretch pass, then jumped back into the play and scored. Brendan Mikkelson shot from the right side and Getzlaf scored on... Full Story
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Last chance to shine

Five forwards -- Kyle Clifford, Rich Clune, Trevor Lewis, Andrei Loktionov and Brayden Schenn -- remain in contention for roster spots, and all will be in the lineup for tonight's preseason finale. The final roster cuts are expected to take place tomorrow, so I asked Terry Murray if those players st... Full Story
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Murray talks goalies

The competition, such as it was, is over, and Jonathan Bernier has been named the Kings' backup goaltender over Erik Ersberg. In the end, Ersberg never even got into a preseason game, and his chances of making the team (not terribly strong to begin with, in all honesty) took a huge hit early in trai... Full Story
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Goalie news

Erik Ersberg was not on the ice for practice this morning. I'm told that an announcement is coming shortly, but it doesn't take much imagination to guess what's going on. Jonathan Bernier was the first goalie off the ice and almost certainly will play the whole game tonight. Details to come shortly.... Full Story
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Frozen Fury tonight

Here's to hoping everyone in Las Vegas has a great time tonight. I'll be in Anaheim for tomorrow's preseason finale, but am enjoying some much-appreciated R&R time today. There is no Internet stream of tonight's game -- because there's no video board at the arena, I'm told -- but the game is on the ... Full Story
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Line, please…

In Las Vegas tomorrow night, the Kings will go with a fourth line of Rich Clune, Trevor Lewis and Kevin Westgarth. Sunday night in Anaheim, players such as Kyle Clifford, Andrei Loktionov and Brayden Schenn are slotted for action. This time next week, it's no stretch to think that any of those six p... Full Story
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Parse injury update

Scott Parse remains off the ice with a groin injury and will not appear in either of this week's preseason games. Parse has not been on the ice since he was injured in the preseason opener on Sept. 22 in Colorado. Brad Richardson will remain paired with Jarret Stoll and Justin Williams on the second... Full Story