September 2012 - LA Kings Insider
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More thoughts on Cup names

There's been some interesting debate/discussion about whose names did/didn't make the cut, in terms of representing the Kings on the Stanley Cup. First, some perspective. Out of curiosity, I looked at the Kings' list, compared to the last two lists (Boston and Chicago) and broke the names into five ... Full Story
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Monarchs report, minus one

The Manchester Monarchs reported today for pre-camp testing in New Hampshire. Andrei Loktionov reported, even though his status had been in question because of a published report that he had signed to play in the KHL. The only player on the training-camp roster not to report today was Slava Voynov, ... Full Story
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Monarchs set to open camp

Manchester Monarchs coach Mark Morris just took a few minutes to give an update on how things are looking on the eve of AHL training camp. The Monarchs are set to take the ice for the first time on Saturday, as they prepare for their Oct. 12 season opener. I'll have the full interview later, but for... Full Story
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Bob and Jim, Goal 2

Well, today is a sad day for Kings fans, given that the team had been scheduled to play its first preseason games tonight, a split-squad set against the Phoenix Coyotes at Staples Center and Jobing.com Arena. The ice is painted and set at Staples Center, but it won't be used, and there's no indicati... Full Story
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The 52 on the Cup

For those wondering whose names will be on the Stanley Cup, to represent the 2011-12 champion Kings, here's the list of 52... PLAYERS (24) Jonathan Bernier, Dustin Brown, Jeff Carter, Kyle Clifford, Drew Doughty, Davis Drewiske, Colin Fraser, Simon Gagne, Matt Greene, Dwight King, Anze Kopitar, ... Full Story
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Luc brings the Cup home

The Stanley Cup made one final official ``visit'' today when Kings scout Denis Fugere got time with it in Quebec before it went for engraving. The second-to-last stop came yesterday, when Kings president Luc Robitaille got his official day with the Cup in Quebec. Here's a must-read story from Helene... Full Story