LA Kings left wing Jordan Nolan is shown here during his “Day With The Cup” on August 20, 2012, in his hometown of Garden River, Ontario.
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LOS ANGELES — Like other young National Hockey League
players who are biding their time, waiting for the NHL lockout to end, Los Angeles Kings
left wing Jordan Nolan
is back in the American Hockey League
, having returned to the Kings’ primary minor league affiliate, the Manchester Monarchs
But Nolan, 23, has gotten off to a slow start after suffering a broken right pinky finger during a fight in the first game of the season.
“[The healing process] is going well,” Nolan told Frozen Royalty during an exclusive interview. “I’m still working out and skating.”
“[Nolan has] been skating, but he’s still a ways away,” said Monarchs head coach Mark Morris.
Nolan, who is listed as week-to-week, is not only back in Manchester again, but he is also back with an old roommate.
“[Defenseman] Jake Muzzin and I are living together,” said Nolan. “We lived together the past three years. The first year was Jake, [defenseman] Andrew Campbell, [left wing] Dwight King and myself. Last year, it was Muzzin, King and myself. But this year, it’s just Read more of this post