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Los Angeles Kings backup goaltender Ben Scrivens, shown
here during a recent practice session.
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EL SEGUNDO, CA — Prior to the start of the Los Angeles Kings
2013 Training Camp, backup goaltender Ben Scrivens
talked about his transition from the Toronto Maple Leafs
, and he hinted that although his work over the summer with Kings goaltending coach Bill Ranford
was positive, the changes the Kings wanted him to make in how he plays did not necessarily mesh with how he was taught by former Maple Leafs goaltending Francois Allaire
(now the goaltender coach for the Colorado Avalanche
), and current Maple Leafs goaltending coach Rick St. Croix
“Philosophically, we both want something that makes sense, and so far, it’s been a great dialogue,” Scrivens said about his work with Ranford and Kim Dillabaugh, who handles goaltender development for the Kings. “What he wants, he’s been able to express, explicitly, and in a way that makes sense, and resonates with me.”
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