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Kings Honor Deadmarsh

from the LA Daily News,
Adam Deadmarsh will get to hear the roar of a NHL crowd one more time tonight. Deadmarsh retired in September after almost three years spent dealing with the effects of post-concussion syndrome. He played only one full season with the Kings, and 114 regular-season games over parts of three seasons, but remains revered for his playoff heroics in 2002 and his overall gritty play. "I'd be lying if I said it's been easy," Deadmarsh said. "It happened a little too early. Mostly I'm jealous, because when I watch a game, I still want to be out there playing, and that makes it tough. "It was hard to watch games at first, but now I have a hard time changing the channel. I'm still a fan."

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