PRESEASON FINAL: ONT 3, SD 2 – Boxscore, Anderson-Dolan, Imama, Stothers - LA Kings Insider

Box Score

Post-Game Quotes –

Jaret Anderson-Dolan

Boko Imama on creating chances tonight and playing in the offensive zone
I think, playing physical is the main part of my game but when I have some open ice, I need to make stuff happen too. Sometimes, my physicality creates space for my teammates, I like to make space for them too by making plays.

On his line with Luff and Anderson-Dolan and if they clicked
Yeah, for sure. It eases it up for me. Let’s say I go in the corner, I finish my hit, I know those guys want to have the puck so they’re quick to support and I think it created a lot of offensive zone time.

On the Reign’s forecheck tonight
We had a lot of time, practicing the new systems, the new forecheck and I think tonight, the result was there.

On if this season is a fresh start for him
For sure. Every season is a fresh start. Going down to Manchester, it put an even bigger chip on my shoulder and now I’m ready to play here, to stay here and to be effective here.

Mike Stothers on the Reign forecheck and creating turnovers in the offensive zone
Once we got on the hunt, we were pretty good and we actually spent a lot of time in their end. [The forecheck] created chances for us, it did exactly what it was supposed to do. The first period, you’d have to give the territorial edge to them and then in the second, I thought it was the reverse and it all started with getting pucks in deep and getting on it. I think the result was we might have worn them down a bit.

On Imama’s play and his line with Luff and Anderson-Dolan
We were talking about it as a coaching staff, that might’ve been the best game that we’ve seen Boko play. He was a big part of being that disruptive force on the forecheck. He’s kind of built to be the F1, get in there and separate men from the puck and he did a good job and he was a good fit on that line. You know what, good on Boko, he’s worked hard.

On Cal Petersen’s play as the last line of defense when things broke down leading to odd-man rushes
As good as I thought everybody was, Cal was the difference, he played that well for us. He comes up with the saves when he needs to. There’s always going to be some breakdowns during a hockey game, no matter how well you think you’re playing, and he is that last line of defense. With a young defensive core in front of him, it gives them a little bit of confidence to know that “hey, I might’ve messed up but Cal’s there to bail me out”. I thought he was terrific tonight.

Kurtis MacDermid

#56 | 6′ 5″ | 233 lb | Age: 23

Born: March 25, 1994
Birthplace: Sauble Beach, ON, CAN
Position: D
Handedness: Left


MacDermid was signed by the Kings as an unrestricted free agent on Sept. 12, 2012.

Michael Amadio

#52 | 6′ 1″ | 204 lb | Age: 21

Born: May 13, 1996
Birthplace: Sault Ste. Marie, ON, CAN
Position: C
Handedness: Right


Amadio was selected by the Kings in the third round (90th overall) in the 2014 NHL Draft.

Alex Lintuniemi

#10 | 6′ 3″ | 214 lb | Age: 21

Born: DOB: 9/23/1995
Position: D


Lintuniemi played in 27 games for the HIFK U18 team in Helsinki at 15-years-old, as well as seven games with the Finland U16 team. He made his professional hockey debut with the Monarchs in 2015, and has since begun playing for the Reign.

Brett Sutter

#07 | 6′ 0″ | 192 lb | Age: 29

Born: 6/2/1987
Birthplace: CALGARY, AB
Position: C


Drafted in 2005 by the Calgary Flames, Sutter was traded to the Reign in 2016. He is the son of LA Kings head couch Darryl Sutter, and the eighth member of the Sutter family to play in the NHL.