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Frozen Royalty Video: Interviews With Clifford, Toffoli, Vey After November 22 Morning Skate

EL SEGUNDO, CA — The Los Angeles Kings game day morning skate on November 23 was an optional one, but most players skated anyway, in preparation for their game tonight against the Colorado Avalanche (7:30 PM PST at Staples Center; televised on Fox Sports West).

Frozen Royalty recorded video interviews after the skate with forwards Kyle Clifford, Tyler Toffoli and Linden Vey.

You watch them below…

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Frozen Royalty Video: LA Kings Darryl Sutter On Matt Frattin, Jeff Carter, Tyler Toffoli

EL SEGUNDO, CA — Los Angeles Kings head coach Darryl Sutter talked about the injury status of forwards Jeff Carter and Kyle Clifford, along with his thoughts on the recent play of winger Matt Frattin during his post-practice chat with the local media on November 22.

Sutter also talked about the play of young forwards Tanner Pearson, Tyler Toffoli and Linden Vey.

Video of the media scrum interview can be viewed below.

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LA Kings Linden Vey On His NHL Debut: “I’ve Never Had So Many Text Messages”

LOS ANGELES AND EL SEGUNDO, CA — Over the years, most hockey fans have probably read or heard their share of stories about a young player making his National Hockey League debut, probably enough to think that it’s not a big deal.

Indeed, in the grand scheme of things, a player making his NHL debut pales in comparison to many of the stories we see, read and hear in the news. But make no mistake…it still is a big deal, no question about it.

To be sure, when you consider the fact that a minuscule number of young players from all over the world ever get close to making it to the NHL, it is a blessed event when one does, a cause for celebration, something that young Los Angeles Kings forward Linden Vey was doing, albeit in rather subdued fashion, after making his NHL debut in a 2-0 win over the Buffalo Sabres on November 7 at Staples Center in Los Angeles.

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Win Over San Jose Brought Out Best From LA Kings

LOS ANGELES AND EL SEGUNDO, CA — As reported in this space on October 24, the Los Angeles Kings’ game is built around establishing a strong, relentless, smothering forecheck.

The only problem is that through 14 games this season, their forecheck has not always been there.

“The biggest part of our game is the forecheck, and it hasn’t been there every night,” winger and captain Dustin Brown told Frozen Royalty on October 23. “It’s been really inconsistent. When we’re really good, and hard to play against, it’s because our forecheck is really good.”

One week after Brown made that remark, his team put in their best effort of the season, despite glaring blunders on two goals against, to beat the National Hockey League’s best team to date, the San Jose Sharks, 4-3, in overtime, at Staples Center in Los Angeles.

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