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Tanner Pearson Is An Early Standout At LA Kings 2013 Training Camp

Los Angeles Kings left wing prospect Tanner Pearson
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EL SEGUNDO, CA — Last April, as the Los Angeles Kings were preparing for another deep run into the Stanley Cup Playoffs, Kings President/General Manager Dean Lombardi took a few moments to look into the future, specifically, at one of his up-and-coming charges, 21-year-old left wing Tanner Pearson, who was selected by the Kings in the first round (30th overall) in the 2012 National Hockey League Draft.

“The kid we got has really done well, so we actually lucked out there,” said Lombardi. “To get Pearson with the 30th pick, he’s got a good chance.”

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Kitsyn, Toffoli To Participate In LA Kings 2013 Development Camp

LA Kings 2010 sixth round pick Maxim Kitsyn.
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EL SEGUNDO, CA — By now, you probably know that veteran defenseman Rob Scuderi has signed as an unrestricted free agent with the Pittsburgh Penguins, citing the need/desire to be closer to family.

In other Los Angeles Kings-related news, looking to the future, the Kings have announced that the 2013 Development Camp for their prospects will be held “next week,” according to a statement by the team.

If tradition holds, the Kings will likely have a four-day camp, with the daily schedule featuring two morning workouts, one for forwards, and a second for defensemen and goalies, followed by an afternoon session for the entire group.

The Kings have not released specific dates and times.

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KingsCast 2013 Media Roundtable – Part 1

Although they skipped it last summer due to the National Hockey League lockout, Keith Korneluk and Chris Kaliszewski are back with KingsCast’s annual Media Roundtable, featuring some of the local media covering the Los Angeles Kings, including yours truly.

The first installment takes a look at what the Kings might do in the unrestricted free agent market, and at Kings captain Dustin Brown.

You can watch the episode here:

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2013 NHL Draft Will Be A Bigger Crapshoot Than Usual For The Los Angeles Kings

LOS ANGELES — On June 30, the brain trusts of all thirty National Hockey League teams will gather in Newark, New Jersey to help determine the future of the league at the 2013 NHL Draft, where hockey’s best and brightest young prospects will be on the edge of their seats—along with their families—waiting for their name to be called.

The Los Angeles Kings do not have a first round selection in this draft, unless they acquire one via trade, which is not expected. The following are their picks in this year’s draft (subject to change, due to trades):

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