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Wearing a grey Los Angeles Kings sweatshirt, Jeff Carter walked into an interview room downstairs at Staples Center having passed the requisite physical, two hours shy of his first puck drop as a member of the Los Angeles Kings.
"Coming in to this team," Carter said, "it's a team I told Mike Richards when he got traded here that you know, you've got a heck of a team, you've got a chance to win here,' so I'm excited to be a part of it. We've got a lot of work to do ahead of us. I'm excited."
Admitting that "I'd be lying if I said I wasn't a little bit nervous," Carter acquitted himself fine in his first 17 minutes and 16 seconds as a King, taking four shots one of which he ripped off from a sharp angle on the right wing during his first shift that forced Chicago goaltender Corey Crawford to make an awkward save.
It was exactly as Richards had described it the previous day.
"It's a quick release, it's...
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Jeff Carter joined his new team in the Kings on Saturday.
The Columbus Blue Jackets have shipped forward Jeff Carter to the Los Angeles Kings for defenseman Jack Johnson and a first-round draft pick (either in 2012 or 2013).
"Jeff is a proven goal scorer in our league," Kings GM Dean Lombardi said. "He brings goal-scoring abilities, speed, and at his age, he is entering the prime of his career. We also like his versatility...
Jeff Carter realizes the Los Angeles Kings expect their newest acquisition to score goals immediately and often. The NHL's lowest-scoring team hopes Carter can solve enough of its offensive woes to get the Kings back to the playoffs. Carter reported to Staples Center on Saturday and passed his physical after arriving from Columbus in a trade for defenseman Jack Johnson and a conditional...
There’s no doubt the Jeff Carter trade makes the Los Angeles Kings a better hockey team. Trading for one of the most prolific goal-scorers over the last four seasons is a sure-fire way to upgrade your roster. The question is, does the trade help the Kings become a Stanley Cup contender?
Let’s start with the facts.
To describe the Los Angeles offense as anemic is an understatement...
About 20 years ago Jeff Carter was looking out his dining room window in Battle Creek on a March morning when he spotted a robin and called it to the attention of his two children, Sam and Janie. Back then, a robin in early March was as rare as a politician who didn't blame his opponents for everything from economic woes to flu outbreaks.
Even with newcomer Jeff Carter in the mix, the Los Angeles Kings still can't find a way to consistency score goals.
Trying to move into playoff position, the Kings hope to find more production and bounce back from their latest loss Tuesday night when they visit the Minnesota Wild.
Los Angeles (28-23-12) made a big splash when it acquired the talented Carter from Columbus in...
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Nashville Predators 36-19-7
Newest King Jeff Carter has a hat trick against the Predators this season as a member of the Columbus Blue Jackets
The NHL’s trade deadline is Monday afternoon at 2 pm CT. If the Predators make any additional moves, their roster could look very different from the team that beat the San Jose Sharks by a 6-2 score...
They have acquired Jeff Carter from Columbus for Jack Johnson and have signed Willie Mitchell to a contract extension. General Manager Dean Lombardi says the Kings are "not peddling" Dustin Brown.You could never quite call it a circus-type atmosphere for the Kings at the Toyota Sports Center, not with the Lakers occupying part of the El Segundo complex.
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Detroit heads to Columbus tonight where they should have absolutely no problem ending their losing streak against the worst team in the NHL. Columbus has become even weaker as of late. They traded away Jeff Carter, Samuel Pahlsson and Antoine Vermette.Puck drops at 7pm on FSD+Click the jump for more
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