September 8, 2009 1 Comment
EL SEGUNDO, CA — National Hockey League training camps are still almost a week away, but NHL rookie camps are open across the league, including at the Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo, California, where the Los Angeles Kings are getting a close look at their young prospects.
The Kings opened their 2009-10 Rookie Camp on Saturday, September 5, with meetings and physical testing.
The rookies began two-a-day, on-ice practice sessions on Sunday and that will continue through Tuesday, September 8.
Since their July Development Camp, Kings head coach Terry Murray has noticed improvement overall among his young prospects.
“[Saturday] was a very good day with the on-ice/off-ice testing,” said Murray. It was very demanding and we’re seeing a real good upside to a lot of the guys.” Read more of this post