Frozen Royalty Video: Doughty And Stoll Look Ahead To First Round Playoff Series vs. San Jose

LA Kings defenseman Drew Doughty spoke to the media on April 11, 2014, talking about his condition after suffering a suspected left shoulder injury on April 4, at San Jose, along with his team’s outlook heading into their upcoming first round playoff matchup against the San Jose Sharks.
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EL SEGUNDO, CA — It was a slow day around the Los Angeles Kings practice facility after the team arrived at Los Angeles International Airport at 2:00 AM on April 11, following their 3-0 win at Edmonton just hours before, on April 10.

With the late arrival at LAX, most players opted for off-ice workouts. But rookie left wing Tanner Pearson, rookie defenseman Andrew Campbell, and goaltender Jonathan Quick skated.

Joining them was defenseman Drew Doughty, who suffered a suspected left shoulder injury on April 3, at San Jose.

After the skate, Doughty spoke to reporters about his condition and the Kings’ upcoming first round playoff matchup against the San Jose Sharks. Center Jarret Stoll also discussed the Kings/Sharks playoff series with the media.

You can watch video of those interviews below:




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