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No penalty on this hit by Jarret Stoll on Ian White in tonight’s Sharks/Kings game.
The main event was Kyle Clifford vs Sheldon Brookbank.
The LA Kings crew brings you the blow by blow and the Ducks call can be watched below…
The TV voice of the LA Kings takes you to Edmonton and Vancouver.
Appeared in only 8 games in the 95-96 season. The Kings alternate jersey.
Was it an elbow, shoulder to the head?
No penalty on the play.
If you are a regular to KK, you know who Rich Hammond is and even if you don’t, just watch the video to find out about him.
Nice of the Kings to dedicate an “Undisputed” feature on Rich.
If so, Drew Doughty on Daniel Sedin last night.
It had been suspected Jonathan Quick had supernatural powers after his inexplicable save against the Calgary Flames last week, where the puck mysteriously changed direction and bounced away from an open net.
Quick finally admitted it Wednesday in Vancouver. “It’s no secret that I have mind control,” Quick told the Vancouver Sun.
The Los Angeles Kings goaltender was just having fun with the save he made against Jarome Iginla, where the puck squeezed through his pads, skipped on the ice and made a hard right turn. It looked as if the puck hit an invisible wall.
Quick tried his best to explain the phenomenon Wednesday.
“No, the ice at Staples (Center) is pretty soft and I’ve caught a few bounces the other way that have gone against me so it was about time,” Quick said. “I got a piece of it with my blocker, put some backspin on it and it just hit the ice and took a bounce in the right direction for me. That’s all it was.
from Rich Hammond at Kings.com,
Kings center Anze Kopitar is scheduled to undergo surgery on Wednesday to repair torn ligaments in his right ankle and is expected to be ready for the start of next season.
Based on initial diagnosis, done immediately after Kopitar was hurt in Saturday afternoon’s game against Colorado, there had been hope that Kopitar’s recovery time would be limited to six weeks, but that depended on the results of an MRI.
That MRI, done Monday morning, revealed torn ligaments caused by a high ankle sprain, the team said, and Kopitar isn’t likely to return to the ice until the middle of summer.
“He’s our best player. We’ve got to find a way either way. Injuries happen during the year. You don’t want to have your best player go down, but if that’s the case we’ve got to shoulder the responsibility collectively and find a way because no other team is going to feel sorry for us.”
LA Kings captain Dustin Brown on the loss of Anze Kopitar. More from Helene Elliott of the LA Times.
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