Monday practice update

The Kings got back on North American ice today in Maryland for a practice. Dustin Penner, who missed the first two games with a lower-body injury, skated and did drills for approximately 40 minutes, then left the ice for treatment. Afterward, Terry Murray said that was the plan for Penner going in, and that Penner is feeling better. It’s not yet known whether Penner will be able to play Thursday in New Jersey. Here’s how the Kings’ forwards lined up, which is the same look they used in the season opener, with Trent Hunter back on the third line…


More updates to come from practice later…

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