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The Los Angeles Kings have reached agreements in principle to re-sign centers Jarret Stoll and Colin Fraser, two big contributors to their Stanley Cup title run.
The Kings say they reached the deals Friday.
Stoll, who turns 30 on Sunday, is the Kings' third-line center and faceoff specialist. He also plays extensively on the Kings' penalty kill.
The veteran has spent the past four seasons in Los Angeles. Although he matched his career low with 21 points in the regular season, he contributed five goals in the playoffs, including the series-winning overtime goal in the first round to knock out Presidents' Trophy-winning Vancouver.
Fraser played extensively for the Kings on their depth lines before appearing in 18 playoff games. He scored Los Angeles' first goal of the Stanley Cup finals.
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The Los Angeles Kings reached agreements in principle Friday to re-sign centers Jarret Stoll and Colin Fraser, two big contributors to their Stanley Cup title run.
Stoll's three-year deal is expected to be worth $9.75 million, while Fraser will get a two-year deal worth $1.65 million.
The Kings have the entire core of their first championship team under contract except power...
It was a busier day than expected for the Los Angeles Kings, who selected 19-year old Barrie Colts forward Tanner Pearson with the 30th pick of the first round of the NHL Draft after having re-signed two valuable centers who contributed important minutes to the team's Stanley Cup run.
Los Angeles re-signed Jarret Stoll for three years at 3.25 million per season and Colin Fraser...
Via GuillaumeL_MTL on Twitter, Sportsnet’s Darren Millard reports that the Los Angeles Kings have kept Jarret Stoll in the fold:
LAK lock up Jarret Stoll for another 3 yrs $9.275. #sndraft
The Los Angeles Kings have chosen left wing Tanner Pearson with the 30th pick of the first round of the NHL draft.
The Stanley Cup champions made the final selection of the first round on Friday night.
The 19-year-old Pearson is a late bloomer by NHL draft standards. He was draft-eligible for the third time after failing to get picked in each of the past two years, but a dynamic...
TANNER PEARSON - 1-30
Okay, so everyone says nice things about the kid. Two way player. Good hockey sense. But will he be Brayden Schenn or Colten Teubert? Drew Doughty or Thomas Hickey? Years from now there are gonna be a lot of Kings fans who are full of crap when they tell you, "This is the kid I wanted at #30!"
NIKOLAY PROKHORKIN - 4-121
How can you trust a guy...
I haven't seen any of these guys play, have you?
By the time they're ready to play in the NHL, I'll be collecting social security (if it's still around).
The Kings are hoping Scott Howson is stupid enough to actually KEEP the #30 pick.
Here's a look back at the #30 picks
2003 - Shawn Belle, Blues - Corey Perry was selected 2 slots earlier, Patrick...
The 2011-2012 season officially ended last night with the 2012 NHL Awards Show in Las Vegas. While the Los Angeles Kings won the Stanley Cup, the big winners on the year were St Louis, Sweden and, in my opinion, Nashville, even though they didn't go back to Music City with as much hardware as they would have liked.
For a season that started with a record breaking number of...
It's a jam packed week of activities for the NHL. The NHL Awards Show was last night, and the League will welcome it's newest batch of talent tomorrow night when the NHL Draft gets underway. But they managed to squeeze one more headline in this week, when the 2012-2013 regular season schedule was released earlier today.The season is set to kickoff on Oct. 11. But the game...
It's so funny how I used to actually care about the NHL Awards and the NHL Draft. But then the Los Angeles Kings won the Stanley Cup for the 1st time... and I just can't find the effort to care about anything else. So instead... The Royal Half Mom provided me with a review of the NHL Awards Show from this past Wednesday night.
Like devoted hockey fans, Dad and I watched...
“We’re the flavor of the month. Six months from now I’ll be an idiot again.”
-Los Angeles Kings GM Dean Lombardi. More on the Kings summer plans from Lisa Dillman of the LA Times.
from Dirk Hoag of On The Forecheck, The Los Angeles Kings and Buffalo Sabres are the big winners today with the NHL’s release of the 2012-2013 Regular Season schedule, when you examine the travel burden faced by all 30 teams.
Thanks to the fact that this season will not have opening games over in Europe, the Kings will travel more than 10,000 fewer miles than last season, when...