Kopitar says he has ‘no issues’

The Kings elected to have an off-ice practice today instead of a skate, but Anze Kopitar talked to reporters and said he was fine after last night’s huge hit from Dallas’ Brenden Morrow, which took him out of the game. “I’m feeling good this morning,” Kopitar said. “I don’t have any issues.” Kopitar said he spent time in the league-mandated “quiet room” for concussion evaluation but said “I don’t see a reason why” he couldn’t play tomorrow. Darryl Sutter echoed that sentiment. Much more to come, including Mike Richards’ thoughts on perceived mixed messages from the league…

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