Monday practice update

A few quick hits from practice…

— Dustin Penner came off the ice “not feeling well,” in the words of Terry Murray, and Penner’s availability for tomorrow’s game is in question. Murray did not elaborate.

— Per agreement with the Hamburg team, both teams will dress 22 players. That allows the Kings to play eight defensemen and ease Drew Doughty back into the lineup. Doughty said he had been skating five days a week back home and feels ready.

— Slava Voynov will also play, but Murray indicated that Voynov more than likely will be headed to Manchester, but that a final decision hasn’t been made. That’s good news for Scott Parse. Also, Voynov has started wearing No. 26.

— Jonathan Quick and Jonathan Bernier will split the game evenly, with Quick scheduled to get the start.

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