Monday practice update

To no surprise, the Kings’ forwards will play tomorrow the same way they practiced today. Jonathan Bernier will start in goal, with Jonathan Quick scheduled to start Thursday in Vancouver. Anze Kopitar is scheduled to undergo an MRI today, but Terry Murray said he doesn’t expect it to reveal anything different than the original diagnosis of a broken ankle and a six-week recovery time. I’ll post more notes and quotes as soon as possible, but the plane is heading off to Edmonton shortly…

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