EL SEGUNDO, CA — By the looks of things, perhaps the Los Angeles Kings are more than a bit anxious to get down to business of fixing what ails them.
Indeed, several players were on the ice at the Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo, California about twenty minutes prior to the announced start time for their pre-game morning skate on November 8.
By the time 10:00 AM rolled around, the Kings were already 10-15 minutes into their morning skate, which ended, for the majority of players, by 10:20 AM.
A few players chose not to skate.
Defenseman Robyn Regher, who suffered an undisclosed injury, is “day-to-day,&Rdquo; according to head coach Darryl Sutter. He is not expected to play, although Sutter did not rule him out.
Right wing Justin Williams is expected to play tonight after missing one game with a cut above his right eye. The swelling that was present around his eye is almost entirely gone.
You can watch videos of pre-game skate interviews with Dustin Brown, Matt Greene, Drew Doughty and Sutter below:
Pre-Game Skate Interviews: Vancouver Canucks vs. Los Angeles Kings, November 8, 2014 via FrozenRoyaltyNHL on YouTube
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