LA Kings Recall Forwards Richard Clune, Marc-André Cliche

EL SEGUNDO, CA — On February 24, the Los Angeles Kings recalled forwards Richard Clune and Marc-André Cliche from the Manchester Monarchs of the American Hockey League, their primary minor league affiliate.

Clune, 22, has played in two games with the Kings this season, contributing two assists with seven penalty minutes. In 44 games with the Monarchs, he has scored four goals and has tallied ten assists for fourteen points.

Cliche, also 22, has scored ten goals and has contributed eleven assists for 21 points with thirty penalty minutes in fifty games with Manchester this season.

The 6-0, 198-pound native of Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec was acquired from New York Rangers on February 5, 2007, along with Jason Ward, Jan Marek and a third round pick in the 2008 National Hockey League Entry Draft (later traded to Buffalo on June 21, 2008), for Sean Avery and John Seymour.

Cliche, who has not played in the NHL, will wear jersey number 67.

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