Fraser returns to fourth line

Kings practice is underway in El Segundo, and Colin Fraser is back in his fourth-line center spot, between Brad Richardson and Jordan Nolan. Fraser missed the previous two games to tend to a family matter. There are no other changes for the Kings this morning. Kyle Clifford, who played in Fraser’s place, is once again skating with Andrei Loktionov and Kevin Westgarth.

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