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Kings Catch All - 8

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12 hours ago, DuckFan4Life said:

As the NHL continues to review the Slava Voynov situation, if they decide to allow the Russian Dman to return, he will probably face a suspension from the league once given approval to play.  

 

League, Union and Agent all involved in the process.

@prohockeyrumors 

Despite rumors to the contrary, the NHL has not cleared defenseman Slava Voynov to return to the NHL.

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On 8/27/2018 at 10:06 AM, DuckFan4Life said:

@prohockeyrumors 

Despite rumors to the contrary, the NHL has not cleared defenseman Slava Voynov to return to the NHL.

Good.

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On 8/27/2018 at 7:06 AM, DuckFan4Life said:

@prohockeyrumors 

Despite rumors to the contrary, the NHL has not cleared defenseman Slava Voynov to return to the NHL.

They should punish him by making him play in Ottawa

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23 hours ago, ZTHER said:

They should punish him by making him play in Ottawa

LOL........

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  • Los Angeles Kings veteran forward Dustin Brown was another casualty last night. The big winger took a shot up high from teammate Anze Kopitar and was forced out of the game. Brown did not return and the team issued an update that he had suffered an upper-body injury on the play. However, there has been no word from the Kings since. The Athletic’s Lisa Dillman reached out to head coach John Stevens and GM Rob Blake, but could not get any more information. The team is likely taking their time to evaluate Brown, but it’s also possible that the injury is more serious and the team wants to approach the news on their terms. Like Krug, the proximity of the injury to Opening Night leaves his status to begin the year as a question mark.

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On 9/30/2018 at 8:34 AM, DuckFan4Life said:
  • Los Angeles Kings veteran forward Dustin Brown was another casualty last night. The big winger took a shot up high from teammate Anze Kopitar and was forced out of the game. Brown did not return and the team issued an update that he had suffered an upper-body injury on the play. However, there has been no word from the Kings since. The Athletic’s Lisa Dillman reached out to head coach John Stevens and GM Rob Blake, but could not get any more information. The team is likely taking their time to evaluate Brown, but it’s also possible that the injury is more serious and the team wants to approach the news on their terms. Like Krug, the proximity of the injury to Opening Night leaves his status to begin the year as a question mark.

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. (AP) — Los Angeles Kings forward Dustin Brown is out indefinitely with a broken finger.

The Kings announced the extent of the 33-year-old Brown's first significant injury Sunday.

 

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4 hours ago, DuckFan4Life said:

Los Angeles Kings' Jonathan Quick Is Day-To-Day prohockeyrumors.com/2018/10/los-an…

Quick was put on IR. He'll miss at least a week.

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3 hours ago, dukitup said:

Quick was put on IR. He'll miss at least a week.

Kings put Brown on LTIR to free up cap space to call up Budaj.

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5 hours ago, Myuyum said:

Red Wings are absolutely horrible. 

Which will make for a good home opener!

Edit: I just looked at their roster. Goodness gracious what a hodgepodge of defensive mediocrity.

I so hope Bernier doesn't start that game. Former goalies have a knack for making this team look stupid.

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On 10/7/2018 at 8:21 PM, DuckFan4Life said:

Kings put Brown on LTIR to free up cap space to call up Budaj.

I completely missed Budaj getting traded back to LA. I thought I had gone back in time.

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Jack Campbell appears to be the real deal. If I were J Quick, I'd be healing as quickly as possible.
Then again, When Quick does come back, the Kings will probably move Campbell to another team because that's just what the Kings do.

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Funny side about that game. Phaneuf was the Senators highest paid defenseman, with $1.75M retained by Ottawa.

Phaneuf was only a -1 with zero points. I expected better from a double agent.

 

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The Canadiens' playoff chances, the Kings' struggling power play, the likelihood of the Devils trading Cory Schneider, and more are addressed in the latest edition of @drosennhl's #OvertheBoards mailbag.

What is wrong with the Los Angeles Kings' power play? -- @Pwruzzo

The Kings are 0-for-21 on the power play. I went back and rewatched their 11 power plays from the past three games to see if anything stood out to me.

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Kings are getting destroyed in the 3rd. They were down 3-1 going in and made it 3-2 early, and then they gave up a SHG and a goal within minutes to fall behind 5-2. Now it’s 7-2 with 8 min still to go. 

I’m loving seeing the King’s struggle to start the season.

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2 minutes ago, Spencer_12 said:

Kings are getting destroyed in the 3rd. They were down 3-1 going in and made it 3-2 early, and then they gave up a SHG and a goal within minutes to fall behind 5-2. Now it’s 7-2 with 8 min still to go. 

I’m loving seeing the King’s struggle to start the season.

I really especially love seeing how that short handed goal was a 2 on 0...and also it was Doughty that looked really bad there :D ...you really don't want your $11mil player making that kind of mistake lol

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2 hours ago, Spencer_12 said:

Kings are getting destroyed in the 3rd. They were down 3-1 going in and made it 3-2 early, and then they gave up a SHG and a goal within minutes to fall behind 5-2. Now it’s 7-2 with 8 min still to go. 

I’m loving seeing the King’s struggle to start the season.

Honestly I don't get why so many people had them finishing top 3 in the division. They have basically the same team as last year, just with an aging Kovalchuk. People say the Ducks did nothing in the off-season, the Kings added an old guy.

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