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Frozen Royalty Video: Pre-Game Skate Interviews With Brown, Doughty, Greene and Sutter

LA Kings right wing Dustin Brown
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Photo: David Sheehan/CaliShooterOne Photography

EL SEGUNDO, CA — By the looks of things, perhaps the Los Angeles Kings are more than a bit anxious to get down to business of fixing what ails them.

Indeed, several players were on the ice at the Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo, California about twenty minutes prior to the announced start time for their pre-game morning skate on November 8.

The Kings host the Vancouver Canucks tonight at Staples Center (7:00 PM PST).

By the time 10:00 AM rolled around, the Kings were already 10-15 minutes into their morning skate, which ended, for the majority of players, by 10:20 AM.

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Frozen Royalty Video: Doughty, King, Muzzin, Sutter Speak After 2-1 Loss to NY Islanders

LOS ANGELES — Dwight King scored the lone goal for the Los Angeles Kings, who dropped a 2-1 shootout decision to the New York Islanders at Staples Center on November 6.

King, defensemen Jake Muzzin and Drew Doughty, and head coach Darryl Sutter spoke to the media after the game, and you can watch those interviews below.

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Alec Martinez Is Doing The “Right” Thing Well For LA Kings

EL SEGUNDO, CA — After learning that right wing Justin Williams’ eye injury was already on the mend and that he would recover fully, media turned much of their focus on the play of defenseman Alec Martinez, who has played well despite moving to the right side.

But what made almost as much news was that head coach Darryl Sutter was rather effusive with praise for Martinez.

Normally, Sutter is more than reticent to offer praise for an individual player, always emphasizing that it takes more than one player for the team to be successful.

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LA Kings: Justin Williams Escapes Serious Eye Injury; Status Is Day-To-Day

EL SEGUNDO, CA — On November 5, the day after the Los Angeles Kings won their first road game of the season in Dallas, the top priority was not about how to build on that win. The reason: it was also the day after right wing Justin Williams suffered what could have been a serious eye injury during the win at Dallas.

Williams was accidentally clipped with a high stick by Dallas Stars defenseman Brenden Dillon at 16:12 of the third period. Williams immediately covered his eye with his hand, and went directly to the dressing room. He did not return to the game.

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