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The Los Angeles Kings have activated defenseman Drew Doughty from injured reserve after a five-game absence with an upper-body injury.
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Los Angeles Kings star defenseman Drew Doughty is expected to return to the lineup for Saturday's game against Phoenix.
Doughty has missed five games with a shoulder injury suffered in a game against Philadelphia two weeks ago.
The 21-year-old Doughty, who signed an eight-year, $56 million contract prior to the season, has one assist in four games.
The second overall pick...
LOS ANGELES The Los Angeles Kings have activated defensemen Drew Doughty from the injured reserve list and have re-assigned defenseman Slava Voynov to the American Hockey Leagues Manchester Monarchs, Kings PresidentGeneral Manager Dean Lombardi announced Saturday.
Doughty, 21, has missed the last five games after suffering an upper body injury in the Kings-Flyers game in Philadelphia...
Los Angeles Kings left wing Simon Gagne will miss Sunday's game against the Edmonton Oilers with a "middle-body injury", the team announced.
Gagne did not practice on Friday, although it was thought to be just a maintenance day for the 31-year-old Quebec native. He then sat out Saturday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Pacific Division rival Phoenix Coyotes.
They brought up Jon Bernier too soon.
They brought up Oscar Moller too soon.
Have the Kings done the same with Kyle Clifford?
Something interesting caught my attention in Hammond's blog in regards to the imminent departure of Voynov back to Manchester. Terry Murray said the following:
"Voynov certainly made an impression last night in Dallas, but in the end...
All eyes were on L.A. Kings rookie defenseman Slava Voynov as the Kings defeated the Dallas Stars last night 5-3. Voynov had 2 goals and an assist against the top team in the Western Conference in just his fifth ever NHL game. Too bad his moment of glory was witnessed by a whopping 15 people at the American Airlines Center in Dallas. Ok I exaggerate, but I think we all know what...
Popular Detroit Red Wings defender and twitter personality Mike Commodore was very confused after a high volume of negativity from Los Angeles Kings fans on Twitter yesterday.
The off-season acquisition of the Red Wings says he accidentally clicked “retweet” on an original tweet that questioned the integrity of L.A. as a hockey market.
Here’s the screen grab:
LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Kings have activated defensemen Drew Doughty from the injured reserve list and have re-assigned defenseman Slava Voynov to the American Hockey League’s Manchester Monarchs, Kings President/General Manager ...
The Stars have now come up empty in two meetings with the Los Angeles Kings, despite a commendable overall effort in both games.
Last night, the Stars played a fine first period and scored first but ran into problems in the middle stanza, falling behind, 3-1. Dallas showed their resiliency by battling all the way back to tie the game, before suffering a fatal setback on rookie...
The Los Angeles Kings have been stingy in their own end thanks to Jonathan Quick. The return of their best defenseman should help them continue that prowess.
All-Star Drew Doughty is expected to be back in action Saturday night for the Kings when they visit the Phoenix Coyotes.
Doughty, who signed an eight-year, $56 million contract last month, was placed on injured reserve Oct...
Dallas Stars 3 - Los Angeles Kings 5
A game that originally looked like a classic goalie duel turned, instead, into a goalfest that was won by the LA Kings, 5-3.
Dallas (7-3-0, 14 pts) was able to finally halt Jonathan Quick's shutout streak, but found themselves with goalie troubles of their own as Kari Lehtonen let four shots slip by him before the Kings put in an...
Anze Kopitar and Scott Parse score for L.A., but Colorado is able to post its first home victory of the season.Anze Kopitar and Scott Parse score for L.A., but Colorado is able to post its first home victory of the season.
With the NHL's best road record (6-1) but the only team to have failed to produce a point at home, the Avalanche made some amends in Sunday night's 3-2 victory over the Los Angeles Kings at the Pepsi Center.