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Frozen Royalty Video: McBain, Sutter Media Availability, November 10, 2014

EL SEGUNDO, CA — There was an unfamiliar face on the ice this morning at the Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo, California, skating with the Los Angeles Kings.

That player was none other than veteran defenseman Jamie McBain, who joined the Kings today, even though he has not signed a contract with the team.

He is expected to fill in for injured defenseman Robyn Regher until he returns.

You can watch video of interviews with McBain and head coach Darryl Sutter below.

LA Kings Post-Practice Interviews, November 10, 2014 via FrozenRoyaltyNHL on YouTube


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2 Responses to Frozen Royalty Video: McBain, Sutter Media Availability, November 10, 2014

  1. Hockeyjockey says:

    Thank you as always for keeping LA King fans up to speed. Very much appreciated!
    GOKINGSGO!!!
    WWTCA

  2. Pingback: LA Kings To Sign Veteran Defenseman Jamie McBain As Insurance Policy | Frozen Royalty

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