Kurtis MacDermid’s Time With The LA Kings Might Be Starting Now

EL SEGUNDO, CA — After their 3-2 pre-season overtime win over the Vegas Golden Knights at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada on September 26, the Los Angeles Kings were expected to make a slew of training camp roster cuts the following day. As it turned out, 26 players left training camp. 23 were assigned... Continue Reading →

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Los Angeles Kings’ 2011 Late-Round Draft Picks Working To Beat Long Odds

EL SEGUNDO, CA — The National Hockey League Entry Draft is one huge crapshoot in terms of teams landing prospects who will make it to the NHL level to stay, let alone big stars, even for those who are lucky enough to be first round picks.For those who end up being selected in later rounds,... Continue Reading →

LA Kings Sign Defenseman Prospect David Kolomatis

EL SEGUNDO, CA — On September 3, the Los Angeles Kings signed defenseman prospect David Kolomatis, 21, to a three-year entry level contract.The 5-11, 189-pound native of Livingston, New Jersey played in 76 regular season games with the Manchester Monarchs of the American Hockey League (Kings’ primary minor league affiliate) last season, scoring eight goals... Continue Reading →

Los Angeles Kings 2009 Development Camp Wrap-Up

DEVELOPMENT CAMP: Here’s a look at couple of the Los Angeles Kings’ lesser-known prospects along with head coach Terry Murray’s thoughts as the development camp wrapped up on July 12. EL SEGUNDO, CA — Each summer at the Los Angeles Kings annual development camp for their young prospects, fans ooh, ahh and gush about the... Continue Reading →

LA Kings 2009 Draft Goes As Planned

LOS ANGELES — The National Hockey League completed its 2009 Entry Draft on Saturday in Montreal and just like on Friday, there were no major surprises from the Los Angeles Kings, who selected nine players in rounds 2-7 and were involved in four minor trades. One of those trades sent center Brian Boyle (photo at... Continue Reading →

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