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Ben Scrivens has quietly been a solid backup during his brief NHL career and he’s becoming a solid Twitter humorist to boot. He might have competition in his new home in Los Angeles though.
Mayor’s Manor’s John Hoven reports (and the team confirms) that the Kings invited Mathieu Garon to training camp on a paid try-out.
Garon 35 has plenty of experience tending net in Los Angeles. He played 95 regular season games for the Kings between 2005-06 and 2006-07. He didn’t put up outstanding stats but he did manage 31 wins in 2005-06.
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That's right, Mathieu Garon might be a King once again. Maybe. According to the John Hoven at the Mayor's Manor Garon will join the King's training camp which opens in just over a week (Sept. 12th) on a PTO.
It was later confirmed in a tweet by TSN's Bob McKenzie.
Following up on @mayornhl's earlier tweet, veteran netminder Mathieu Garon has indeed been...
Perhaps the Los Angeles Kings aren’t going to hand the job of Jonathan Quick’s backup to Ben Scrivens, as the Kings have invited Mathieu Garon to their training camp on a pro tryout. Garon, a right-handed catching netminder who will turn 36 years old in January, is actually a former King. Drafted in the second round of the 1996 NHL [...]
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