Found June 14, 2013 on
Fox Sports West:
With just under 12 million of salary cap space available, the Los Angeles Kings have a total of 11 players from this past season's roster who are free agents.
Eight of those players are restricted free agents and the Kings have the right to match any potential offer that another team would present. Other free agents like Rob Scuderi, Dustin Penner and Brad Richardson are unrestricted free agents and have the right to put their services out on the open market.
The 34-year-old Scuderi, who was earning 3.4 million each of the past four seasons, will likely draw a great deal of attention on the open market without having to take a pay cut that he may have been faced with in Los Angeles.
With defenseman Slava Voynov in line for a hefty pay raise and the Kings already locking up defenseman Robyn Regehr to a two-year, 6 million deal, Scuderi could be suiting up for another NHL team when the 2013-14 season rolls around.
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The guy has a point. The Kings’ Dustin Penner continued his well orchestrated use of social media on Wednesday when he perfectly described a MLB bench clearing brawl. Penner has the resume to be an expert on the subject which you can look at HERE.
Well played, Dustin.
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