Frozen Royalty Audio: Los Angeles Kings Hit Practice Ice After Return to So Cal

EL SEGUNDO, CA — After nine straight road games so far in February, the Los Angeles Kings have returned to Southern California having earned 13 out of a possible 18 points, keeping them in the hurt for a playoff spot in the National Hockey League’s hyper-competitive Western Conference.

The Los Angeles Kings returned to practice at the
Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo, California, on February 21, 2011.
Photo: David Sheehan
After a day off, the Kings returned to practice on February 21 for a quick, 35-minute on-ice session at the Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo, California.

Taking advantage of the President’s Day holiday, Frozen Royalty to get a few interviews.

 

 

 


Raw audio interviews

(Edited to remove extraneous material and dead air):

Michal Handzus (3:31)

Anze Kopitar (3:19)

Terry Murray (10:02)


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