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.

In five games with the Monarchs this season, Moller, 20, has scored three goals and has contributed two assists for five points with four penalty minutes.

The 5-10, 186-pound native of Stockholm, Sweden played in forty games for the Kings last season, scoring seven goals and adding eight assists for fifteen points.

Moller was the captain for Team Sweden in the 2009 IIHF World Junior Championships, which won the silver medal. He was selected by the Kings in the second round (52nd overall) in the 2007 National Hockey League Entry Draft.

The Kings have four players suffering from the flu.

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  1. The flu can really tear through a team. I just hope it doesn’t happen again down the stretch. I’ll be interested to see where Murray puts Moller. He’s been on a tear in Manchester. Maybe on the second line with Stoll and Brown? Purcell’s sick so he’ll probably see less playing time.

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