LA Kings Assign Oscar Moller To Manchester Monarchs

EL SEGUNDO, CA — On October 20, the Los Angeles Kings assigned forward Oscar Moller to the Manchester Monarchs of the American Hockey League, their primary minor league affiliate.

Moller, 20, played in two games with the Kings during his recent recall, without getting on the scoresheet. Read more of this post

LA Kings Recall Oscar Moller

Oscar Moller Photo: LA Kings/NHL

Oscar Moller
Photo: LA Kings/NHL

EL SEGUNDO, CA — On October 17, prior to their game against the Columbus Blue Jackets at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, the Los Angeles Kings recalled center Oscar Moller from the Manchester Monarchs of the American Hockey League. Read more of this post

Oscar Moller Among LA Kings’ Second Round Of Training Camp Cuts

Oscar Moller Photo: LA Kings/NHL

Oscar Moller
Photo: LA Kings/NHL

EL SEGUNDO, CA — On September 20, the Los Angeles Kings made their second round of training camp cuts, highlighted by the assignment of center Oscar Moller to the Manchester Monarchs of the American Hockey League, the Kings’ primary minor league affiliate.

Also assigned to Manchester were centers Justin Azevedo, Corey Elkins, Andrei Loktionov, Juraj Mikus and Jordan Nolan, left wings Bud Holloway, Dwight King and David Meckler, right wings Scott Parse and Geoff Walker, defenseman Patrick Mullen and Viatcheslav Voynov and goaltender Jeff Zatkoff. Read more of this post

LA Kings Look Stronger: Need Anze Kopitar To Step Up

Anze Kopitar (left) and Justin Williams (purple jersey, at right) look on during drills at the LA Kings 2009-10 Training Camp. Photo courtesy Los Angeles Kings.

Anze Kopitar (left) and Justin Williams (purple jersey, at right)
look on during drills at the LA Kings 2009-10 Training Camp.
Photo courtesy Los Angeles Kings.

EL SEGUNDO, CA — Not long after the 2008-09 season ended Los Angeles Kings President/General Manager Dean Lombardi and head coach Terry Murray both said that the most important factor in their team’s improvement would be for their players, especially their best players, to get stronger and improve their conditioning.

The players appear to have gotten the message.

Back in July, most of the players got together here in the Los Angeles area to work out and bond.

“It was the first year we tried to do it and we had a really good response,” said Kings right wing and team captain Dustin Brown. “The majority of the players—there were a handful of guys who didn’t come or weren’t able to come. But, at one point or another, we had ten guys here for about two weeks and as some guys went out, other guys came in. It’s something to build on.” Read more of this post

Dean Lombardi: Los Angeles Kings Are Ahead Of Schedule

INTERVIEW WITH DEAN LOMBARDI: In part 2 of this series, Los Angeles Kings President/General Manager Dean Lombardi talks about the progress the Kings have made in their rebuilding efforts. Look for part 3 of this series right here on Frozen Royalty on June 24.


EL SEGUNDO, CA — When Dean Lombardi became President/General Manager of the Los Angeles Kings on April 21, 2006, he took command of a sinking ship.

His National Hockey League lineup had a bit of talent, but it was one of the oldest in the league and was not good enough to make the playoffs. The rest of the Kings’ system was mostly devoid of young talent, the result of the Kings mismanaging assets from the big club to the minor and junior leagues.

Indeed, the ship was sinking fast. You could even say it was already starting to go down by the bow. Read more of this post

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