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Reign know they need to play harder this weekend in San Jose; Rymsha update; Morrison to FW

The Ontario Reign know they have more to give than what was shown in Saturday’s lopsided defeat to Tucson. The Reign were energetic and aggressive for most of their first three games, which resulted in a 2-0-1 record. That came to an end on Saturday, in an 8-2 defeat against the Roadrunners, when... Full Story

Reign Notebook 10/3 – Roster Moves, Doty, Lines, 9 Defensemen, New Numbers, Stothers

Happy day before Opening Night, Insiders! Lots to catch up on as we approach the beginning of the 2019-20 Ontario Reign season tomorrow evening at Toyota Arena. Roster Moves – Staying – Lance Bouma and Jacob Doty have signed PTO’s with the Reign, and will open the season with the team. Bo... Full Story

Reign Camp, Day 1 – Line Combos, Notes, Stothers, Rempal, Durzi

Day 1 of Reign training camp in the books, a hard, hour-long skate this morning in El Segundo. Here’s how the group lined up for the first AHL skate of the season - Eyssimont – Kupari – Rempal Sodergran – Sutter – Luff Morrison – Rymsha – Imama Bouma- Bergh – Garreffa Boudens – St. Aman... Full Story

Camp Notebook 9/20 – Young players pushing, Salt Lake, McLellan, Iafallo, Clague

The Kings took the ice for their in between day, following last night’s overtime defeat against Vegas, in advance of tomorrow’s Salt Lake Shootout contests against Vancouver, a “home” game for Los Angeles. Group A was led by the Kings coaching staff, headed by Todd McLellan and though I missed mu... Full Story

Staff reviews split-squad games; Thursday lineup hints; Anderson, Thomas talk debuts; Hextall returns

INSIDERS. An update from today’s practice. Related: Kovalchuk “tweaked something,” leaves practice early; LaDue close, will play in preseason -- Todd McLellan, who coached Tuesday’s Staples Center group, watched as much of the Glendale group’s 4-1 win over Arizona as was possible via video. “Se... Full Story

The “quiet leader” saluted by other 2003 draft greats; magic tricks, game-changing hits and accountability

When a player has played over 1,100 NHL games, there aren’t too many secrets about them. Tonight will be Dustin Brown’s 59th career game against Vancouver. He’s also faced Anaheim 80 times, San Jose 79 and Arizona 78, and has appeared in eight combined playoff series against those four teams. So... Full Story