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So if the top three teams in the East this year are Boston, Pittsburgh and Montreal, they have thus far acquired Jagr, Morrow, Iginla - and Drewiske.
Who is Davis Drewiske? He's a competent depth defenceman who came out of the University of Wisconsin, and provides the Canadiens with insurance on the back end going into the playoffs. Sure, it's not a sexy move, but it's a pragmatic one.
Is Bergevin done? I'm still curious why Rick Dudley has been scouting Winnipeg so much of late. Perhaps they're after a name that hasn't been front and centre? They could still use a physical defenceman, and primarily another scoring winger.
This team deserves some reinforcements after the effort they've put in to date. Let's see what M. Bergevin comes through with.
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The Montreal Canadiens obtained defenseman Davis Drewiske from the Los Angeles Kings for a fifth-round draft pick Tuesday.
The Canadiens were seeking a veteran to play on their third defense pair.
Drewiske had one goal and three assists in 20 games and was plus-3 for Los Angeles, but had been a healthy scratch of late. He averaged 14:27 of ice time per game.
He was signed as a...
Alec Martinez just breathed a sign of relief.
Davis Drewiske brings his Stanley Cup ring to a team that hasn't won a Stanley Cup since... they beat the Kings. Maybe he'll be THEIR good luck charm.
Solid #6 - nothing fancy - will get his 11-12 minutes.
Does this signal another deal for the Kings?
I'm sure Lombardi doesn't want to...
The Kings made some news before tonight’s game, as they announced they had traded Davis Drewiske to the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for Montreal’s fifth-round pick in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft. Drewiske, a 28-year-old left-handed shooting defenseman from Hudson, Wisconsin, signed with the Kings as an undrafted free agent from the University of Wisconsin [...]
Robyn Regehr says he gladly waived his no-trade clause in Buffalo for the chance to chase the Stanley Cup with the Los Angeles Kings.
The bruising defenseman went through his first practice with the defending Stanley Cup champions on Wednesday, two days after they acquired him from the Sabres. Regehr should play a big role immediately for the Kings, who believe he'll fill the...
The Montreal Canadiens announced today that they had acquired defenseman Davis Drewiske from the Los Angeles Kings in return for a fifth round draft pick in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft. Undrafted, Drewiske started his junior career with Des Moines Buccaneers of the USHL before joining the University of Wisconsin in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association. Drewiske captained...
The Los Angeles Kings already have the funniest Twitter account in the NHL and now they are stepping it up by adding some funny instant analysis on trades that are occurring throughout the league prior to the deadline. Monitor their site here to check for some very clever updates before the trade deadline ends tomorrow, April 3rd at 3 pm.
The Kings have made some great hires in...
The Kings acquired defenseman Robyn Regehr from the Buffalo Sabres on Monday for two second-round draft picks, hoping the brawny 32-year-old will fill the void created by injuries to defensemen Matt Greene and Willie Mitchell.
The trade was first reported by Darren Drager of TSN.
Regehr, who can become an unrestricted free agent after this season, played in Calgary for current...
The Los Angeles Kings have acquired defenseman Robyn Regehr from the Buffalo Sabres in a trade for two second-round draft picks.
The defending Stanley Cup champions announced the deal on their Twitter account Monday, saying the trade is contingent on Regehr passing a medical exam.
In exchange, the Sabres acquired the Kings second-round picks in 2014 and 2015.
The 13-year NHL veteran...
#LAKings GM Dean Lombardi confirms the plan is to try and get 2010 first rd pick defenseman Derek Forbort inked in the next few days.
— The Mayor John Hoven (@mayorNHL) April 3, 2013
Lombardi not talking SCSU players, they're still playing in NCAA tourney.
— The Mayor John Hoven (@mayorNHL) April 3, 2013
#LAKings Lombardi also says he'll be mtg w/ several...
On Monday, the NHL named Los Angeles Kings defenseman Jake Muzzin the Rookie of the Month for March. Brandon Saad’s production in 14 games might make this seem like an April Fool’s Day joke to many Blackhawks fans. Saad finished … Continue reading →The post Jake Muzzin Named NHL Rookie of the Month appeared first on Committed Indians.
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Well as the 3 of you that read The Royal Half on a regular basis might have noticed... we've had a little less content around here this season. With myself doing the GAMEDAY PREVIEWS for LAKings.com, I haven't had as much free time to do unfunny and boring recaps of the Los Angeles Kings games. So to fix that, we are trying something new...