8-6-2007 Noah Clarke frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Noah Clarke feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of USA, Noah Clarke was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 9th round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 7 NHL games during his career, notching 0 goals and adding 1 assists along with 0 penalty minutes. The 27 year old left wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 82 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 14+10=24 with 8 PIM.


7-6-2007 Raitis Ivanans frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Raitis Ivanans feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Latvia, Raitis Ivanans, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 4 NHL games during his career, notching 0 goals and adding 0 assists along with 9 penalty minutes. The 28 year old left wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 82 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 9+5=14 with 30 PIM.


6-6-2007 Marc Crawford praises Patrick White
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young right wing Patrick White in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

Patrick White has played 30 games with Minnesota this season, collecting 19+10=29 with 11 PIM.


6-6-2007 Marc Crawford praises Robert Bortuzzo
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young defenseman Robert Bortuzzo in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

Robert Bortuzzo has played 73 games with Kitchener Rangers this season, collecting 8+23=31 with 94 PIM.


5-6-2007 Mike Cammalleri frustrated
Los Angeles Kings right wing Mike Cammalleri feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Mike Cammalleri was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 2nd round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 190 NHL games during his career, notching 70 goals and adding 64 assists along with 134 penalty minutes. The 24 year old right wing has played 82 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 39+32=71 with 62 PIM.


1-6-2007 European players signing window
European players must be signed to contract during the off-season, between June and August. No european is allowed to sign an NHL contract after the european leagues start in September.

29-5-2007 Petr Kanko frustrated
Los Angeles Kings right wing Petr Kanko feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Czech, Petr Kanko was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 3rd round of the 2002 entry draft. He has appeared in 10 NHL games during his career, notching 1 goals and adding 0 assists along with 0 penalty minutes. The 23 year old right wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 82 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 10+14=24 with 4 PIM.


28-5-2007 Matt Moulson frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Matt Moulson feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Matt Moulson was originally drafted to the NHL by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 9th round of the 2003 entry draft. He has appeared in 79 NHL games during his career, notching 8 goals and adding 20 assists along with 170 penalty minutes. The 23 year old left wing has played 79 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 8+20=28 with 170 PIM.


25-5-2007 Marc Crawford praises T.J. Brennan
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young defenseman T.J. Brennan in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

T.J. Brennan has played 76 games with Sherbrooke Castors this season, collecting 25+50=75 with 72 PIM.


23-5-2007 Jason LaBarbera frustrated
Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jason LaBarbera feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Jason LaBarbera was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Rangers in the 3rd round of the 1998 entry draft. He has appeared in 34 NHL games during his career, booking 1 career shutouts and allowing 85 goals. The 27 year old goaltender has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season.


23-5-2007 Joey Mormina frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Joey Mormina feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Joey Mormina was originally drafted to the NHL by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 6th round of the 2002 entry draft. He has not yet played at NHL level. The 24 year old left wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 82 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 7+4=11 with 38 PIM.


20-5-2007 Petr Kanko frustrated
Los Angeles Kings right wing Petr Kanko feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Czech, Petr Kanko was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 3rd round of the 2002 entry draft. He has appeared in 10 NHL games during his career, notching 1 goals and adding 0 assists along with 0 penalty minutes. The 23 year old right wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 82 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 10+14=24 with 4 PIM.


20-5-2007 Mike Cammalleri frustrated
Los Angeles Kings right wing Mike Cammalleri feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Mike Cammalleri was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 2nd round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 190 NHL games during his career, notching 70 goals and adding 64 assists along with 134 penalty minutes. The 24 year old right wing has played 82 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 39+32=71 with 62 PIM.


20-5-2007 Richard Petiot frustrated
Los Angeles Kings defenseman Richard Petiot feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Richard Petiot was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 4th round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 2 NHL games during his career, notching 0 goals and adding 0 assists along with 2 penalty minutes. The 24 year old defenseman has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 21 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 0+3=3 with 16 PIM.


20-5-2007 Marc Crawford praises Mikael Backlund
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young center Mikael Backlund in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

Mikael Backlund has played 59 games with Timrĺ IK this season, collecting 31+30=61 with 49 PIM.


18-5-2007 Raitis Ivanans frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Raitis Ivanans feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Latvia, Raitis Ivanans, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 4 NHL games during his career, notching 0 goals and adding 0 assists along with 9 penalty minutes. The 28 year old left wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 82 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 9+5=14 with 30 PIM.


16-5-2007 Marc Crawford praises Patrick Kane
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young right wing Patrick Kane in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

Patrick Kane has played 75 games with London Knights this season, collecting 56+24=80 with 67 PIM.


13-5-2007 Noah Clarke frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Noah Clarke feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of USA, Noah Clarke was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 9th round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 7 NHL games during his career, notching 0 goals and adding 1 assists along with 0 penalty minutes. The 27 year old left wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 82 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 14+10=24 with 8 PIM.


13-5-2007 Marc Crawford praises Corey Syvret
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young defenseman Corey Syvret in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

Corey Syvret has played 78 games with Guelph Storm this season, collecting 8+16=24 with 71 PIM.


12-5-2007 Marc Crawford praises Vitaly Karamnov
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young center Vitaly Karamnov in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

Vitaly Karamnov has played 61 games with Dynamo Moscow this season, collecting 33+24=57 with 22 PIM.


12-5-2007 Marc Crawford praises Tommy Cross
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young defenseman Tommy Cross in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

Tommy Cross has played 29 games with Boston College this season, collecting 3+8=11 with 43 PIM.


10-5-2007 Raitis Ivanans frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Raitis Ivanans feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Latvia, Raitis Ivanans, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 4 NHL games during his career, notching 0 goals and adding 0 assists along with 9 penalty minutes. The 28 year old left wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 82 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 9+5=14 with 30 PIM.


6-5-2007 Jason LaBarbera frustrated
Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jason LaBarbera feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Jason LaBarbera was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Rangers in the 3rd round of the 1998 entry draft. He has appeared in 34 NHL games during his career, booking 1 career shutouts and allowing 85 goals. The 27 year old goaltender has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season.


6-5-2007 Alexander Frolov frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Alexander Frolov feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Russia, Alexander Frolov was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 1st round of the 2000 entry draft. He has appeared in 307 NHL games during his career, notching 94 goals and adding 128 assists along with 194 penalty minutes. The 24 year old left wing has played 82 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 35+54=89 with 96 PIM.


1-5-2007 Petr Kanko frustrated
Los Angeles Kings right wing Petr Kanko feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Czech, Petr Kanko was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 3rd round of the 2002 entry draft. He has appeared in 10 NHL games during his career, notching 1 goals and adding 0 assists along with 0 penalty minutes. The 23 year old right wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 82 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 10+14=24 with 4 PIM.


30-4-2007 Jason LaBarbera frustrated
Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jason LaBarbera feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Jason LaBarbera was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Rangers in the 3rd round of the 1998 entry draft. He has appeared in 34 NHL games during his career, booking 1 career shutouts and allowing 85 goals. The 27 year old goaltender has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season.


29-4-2007 Tom Kostopoulos frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Tom Kostopoulos feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Tom Kostopoulos was originally drafted to the NHL by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 7th round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 237 NHL games during his career, notching 24 goals and adding 38 assists along with 293 penalty minutes. The 28 year old left wing has played 82 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 6+8=14 with 117 PIM.


29-4-2007 Noah Clarke frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Noah Clarke feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of USA, Noah Clarke was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 9th round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 7 NHL games during his career, notching 0 goals and adding 1 assists along with 0 penalty minutes. The 27 year old left wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 82 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 14+10=24 with 8 PIM.


27-4-2007 Marc Crawford praises Tyson Sexsmith
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young goaltender Tyson Sexsmith in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

27-4-2007 Marc Crawford praises Radim Ostrcil
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young defenseman Radim Ostrcil in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

Radim Ostrcil has played 57 games with HC Vsetin this season, collecting 6+11=17 with 41 PIM.


25-4-2007 NHL nominates players for NHL Awards
The NHL has released the annual list of award nominees. For each category in which the winner is voted, there are three nominees. The annual NHL Awards Ceremony is held right after the Stanley Cup Finals.

Here are the candidates for season 2006-07:

Jack Adams Award
1. Ron Wilson, San Jose Sharks
2. Alain Vigneault, Vancouver Canucks
3. Barry Trotz, Nashville Predators
Annual award given to the NHL coach adjudged to have contributed the most to his team's success

Calder Memorial Trophy
1. Evgeny Malkin, Pittsburgh Penguins
2. Martin Kariya, Pittsburgh Penguins
3. Gilbert Brule, Pittsburgh Penguins
Annual award given to the player selected as the most proficient in his first year of competition in the National Hockey League

Hart Memorial Trophy
1. Eric Staal, Carolina Hurricanes
2. Brian Gionta, New Jersey Devils
3. Peter Forsberg, Nashville Predators
Annual award given to the player judged to be the most valuable to his team

Lady Byng Memorial Trophy
1. Pavel Datsyuk, Detroit Red Wings
2. Jason Spezza, Ottawa Senators
3. Mike York, Philadelphia Flyers
Annual award given to the player adjudged to have exhibited the best type of sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct combined with a high standard of playing ability

James Norris Memorial Trophy
1. Zdeno Chara, Boston Bruins
2. Scott Niedermayer, Anaheim Ducks
3. David Tanabe, Carolina Hurricanes
Annual award given to the defense player who demonstrates throughout the season the greatest all-round ability in the position

Frank J. Selke Trophy
1. Eric Meloche, Philadelphia Flyers
2. Eric Godard, Calgary Flames
3. Colby Armstrong, Pittsburgh Penguins
Annual award given to the forward who best excels in the defensive aspects of the game



23-4-2007 Marc Crawford praises Vitaly Karamnov
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young center Vitaly Karamnov in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

Vitaly Karamnov has played 58 games with Dynamo Moscow this season, collecting 33+23=56 with 22 PIM.


22-4-2007 Marc Crawford praises Keaton Ellerby
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young defenseman Keaton Ellerby in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

Keaton Ellerby has played 76 games with Kamloops Blazers this season, collecting 8+20=28 with 81 PIM.


21-4-2007 Kevin Dallman frustrated
Los Angeles Kings defenseman Kevin Dallman feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Kevin Dallman, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 67 NHL games during his career, notching 4 goals and adding 10 assists along with 29 penalty minutes. The 26 year old defenseman has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season.


21-4-2007 Richard Petiot frustrated
Los Angeles Kings defenseman Richard Petiot feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Richard Petiot was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 4th round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 2 NHL games during his career, notching 0 goals and adding 0 assists along with 2 penalty minutes. The 24 year old defenseman has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 21 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 0+3=3 with 16 PIM.


20-4-2007 Richard Petiot frustrated
Los Angeles Kings defenseman Richard Petiot feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Richard Petiot was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 4th round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 2 NHL games during his career, notching 0 goals and adding 0 assists along with 2 penalty minutes. The 24 year old defenseman has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 21 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 0+3=3 with 16 PIM.


18-4-2007 Los Angeles Kings players selected to World Championships
World Championships in icehockey are about to start. The following players from Los Angeles Kings have been selected to represent their countries:

-Constantin Braun (GER)
-Jaroslav Modry (CZE)
-Lubomir Visnovsky (SVK)
-Alyn McCauley (CAN)
-Dan Cloutier (CAN)
-Jack Johnson (USA)
-Alexander Frolov (RUS)
-Raitis Ivanans (LAT)
-Johan Fransson (SWE)
-Lauri Tukonen (FIN)
-Anze Kopitar (SLV)

Altough invited to the team, the following players refused to participate due to miscellaneous reasons:
-Oleg Tverdovsky(RUS)
-Aaron Miller(USA)
-Rob Blake(CAN)
-Mathieu Garon(CAN)
-Mike Cammalleri(CAN)
-Marty Murray(CAN)
-Jason LaBarbera(CAN)
-Petr Kanko(CZE)
-Jamie Lundmark(CAN)
-Patrick O'Sullivan(USA)


17-4-2007 Jason LaBarbera frustrated
Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jason LaBarbera feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Jason LaBarbera was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Rangers in the 3rd round of the 1998 entry draft. He has appeared in 34 NHL games during his career, booking 1 career shutouts and allowing 85 goals. The 27 year old goaltender has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season.


12-4-2007 Noah Clarke frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Noah Clarke feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of USA, Noah Clarke was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 9th round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 7 NHL games during his career, notching 0 goals and adding 1 assists along with 0 penalty minutes. The 27 year old left wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 82 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 14+10=24 with 8 PIM.


12-4-2007 Richard Petiot frustrated
Los Angeles Kings defenseman Richard Petiot feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Richard Petiot was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 4th round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 2 NHL games during his career, notching 0 goals and adding 0 assists along with 2 penalty minutes. The 24 year old defenseman has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 21 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 0+3=3 with 16 PIM.


12-4-2007 Marc Crawford praises Ben Blood
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young defenseman Ben Blood in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

Ben Blood has played 28 games with North Dakota this season, collecting 3+10=13 with 4 PIM.


12-4-2007 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Lubomir Visnovsky is looking good with 4 points in 2 games last week. Alyn McCauley is looking red hot with a 6 game point streak. Alexander Frolov is looking good with 5 points in 2 games last week. Anze Kopitar is looking good with 4 points in 2 games last week.

Who's cold

Marty Murray is sliding on a 31 game streak without registering a single point. Rob Blake has played 14 games without a goal. Jaroslav Modry has played 11 games without a goal. Mathieu Garon hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Tom Kostopoulos is down on his game pulling a 10 game streak without registering a single point. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Jamie Lundmark has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Dustin Brown has lost his sights and is now 10 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

Matt Moulson remains sidelined with arm injury.



11-4-2007 Jason LaBarbera frustrated
Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jason LaBarbera feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Jason LaBarbera was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Rangers in the 3rd round of the 1998 entry draft. He has appeared in 34 NHL games during his career, booking 1 career shutouts and allowing 85 goals. The 27 year old goaltender has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season.


10-4-2007 Marc Crawford praises Robert Bortuzzo
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young defenseman Robert Bortuzzo in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

Robert Bortuzzo has played 73 games with Kitchener Rangers this season, collecting 8+23=31 with 94 PIM.


9-4-2007 Jason LaBarbera frustrated
Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jason LaBarbera feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Jason LaBarbera was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Rangers in the 3rd round of the 1998 entry draft. He has appeared in 34 NHL games during his career, booking 1 career shutouts and allowing 85 goals. The 27 year old goaltender has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season.


9-4-2007 Noah Clarke frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Noah Clarke feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of USA, Noah Clarke was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 9th round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 7 NHL games during his career, notching 0 goals and adding 1 assists along with 0 penalty minutes. The 27 year old left wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 82 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 14+10=24 with 8 PIM.


8-4-2007 Petr Kanko frustrated
Los Angeles Kings right wing Petr Kanko feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Czech, Petr Kanko was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 3rd round of the 2002 entry draft. He has appeared in 10 NHL games during his career, notching 1 goals and adding 0 assists along with 0 penalty minutes. The 23 year old right wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 81 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 9+14=23 with 4 PIM.


8-4-2007 Team captain meets with Jamie Lundmark
Following the team's recent 3-4 OT win at Phoenix Coyotes on 7-4-2007, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Jamie Lundmark did not leave the bench after the game for a while. I wanted to go over some things that have been troubling his game lately, said Rob Blake

8-4-2007 Raitis Ivanans frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Raitis Ivanans feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Latvia, Raitis Ivanans, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 4 NHL games during his career, notching 0 goals and adding 0 assists along with 9 penalty minutes. The 28 year old left wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 81 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 8+5=13 with 30 PIM.


6-4-2007 Kevin Dallman frustrated
Los Angeles Kings defenseman Kevin Dallman feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Kevin Dallman, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 67 NHL games during his career, notching 4 goals and adding 10 assists along with 29 penalty minutes. The 26 year old defenseman has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season.


5-4-2007 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Lubomir Visnovsky is looking good with a 3 game point scoring streak with 1 game goalstreak. Alyn McCauley is looking good with a 4 game point scoring streak with 2 game goalstreak.

Who's cold

Marty Murray is sliding on a 29 game streak without registering a single point. Rob Blake has played 12 games without a goal. Mathieu Garon hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Derek Armstrong has lost his sights and is now 10 games without a goal. Tom Kostopoulos has lost his sights and is now 8 games without a goal. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Dustin Brown has lost his sights and is now 8 games without a goal. Anze Kopitar has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

Matt Moulson remains sidelined with arm injury.



3-4-2007 Team captain meets with Alyn McCauley
Team captain Rob Blake called a short meeting with Alyn McCauley after practice today to discuss some issues that have affected his play. I have to take the brunt of this, said Alyn McCauley as he left the ice. My play has not been up to snuff and if I'm not contributing more, I have to work harder.

3-4-2007 Marc Crawford praises Corey Syvret
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young defenseman Corey Syvret in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

Corey Syvret has played 78 games with Guelph Storm this season, collecting 8+16=24 with 71 PIM.


1-4-2007 Marc Crawford praises Thomas Hickey
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young defenseman Thomas Hickey in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

Thomas Hickey has played 73 games with Seattle Thunderbirds this season, collecting 8+22=30 with 78 PIM.


31-3-2007 Kevin Dallman frustrated
Los Angeles Kings defenseman Kevin Dallman feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Kevin Dallman, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 67 NHL games during his career, notching 4 goals and adding 10 assists along with 29 penalty minutes. The 26 year old defenseman has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season.


30-3-2007 Team captain clashes with Oleg Tverdovsky
Team captain Rob Blake finally broke the silence in the locker room today when he pointed out the less than stellar play of Oleg Tverdovsky. If he wants to play for this team, he should be ready to chip in, said the team captain.

30-3-2007 Team captain meets with Jaroslav Modry
Team captain Rob Blake called a short meeting with Jaroslav Modry after practice today to discuss some issues that have affected his play. I have to take the brunt of this, said Jaroslav Modry as he left the ice. My play has not been up to snuff and if I'm not contributing more, I have to work harder.

29-3-2007 Noah Clarke frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Noah Clarke feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of USA, Noah Clarke was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 9th round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 7 NHL games during his career, notching 0 goals and adding 1 assists along with 0 penalty minutes. The 27 year old left wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 80 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 14+10=24 with 8 PIM.


29-3-2007 Marc Crawford praises Kris Lazaruk
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young goaltender Kris Lazaruk in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

29-3-2007 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Lubomir Visnovsky is looking good with a 3 game point scoring streak with 1 game goalstreak. Alyn McCauley is looking good with a 4 game point scoring streak with 2 game goalstreak.

Who's cold

Marty Murray is sliding on a 29 game streak without registering a single point. Rob Blake has played 12 games without a goal. Dan Cloutier has been chilly and allowed 12 goals in 2 games. Mathieu Garon hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Derek Armstrong has lost his sights and is now 10 games without a goal. Tom Kostopoulos has lost his sights and is now 8 games without a goal. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Alexander Frolov is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Jamie Lundmark is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Dustin Brown has lost his sights and is now 8 games without a goal. Anze Kopitar has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

Matt Moulson remains sidelined with arm injury.



29-3-2007 Dustin Brown reaches career high !
Dustin Brown marked a new career high in assists with 15 assists after assisting in tonights game against San Jose Sharks on a goal by Alyn McCauley. Making beautiful plays is fun on the ice I think, our record breaker told a Hockey Night in Canada reporter.

A native of Canada, Dustin Brown was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 1st round of the 2003 entry draft. He has appeared in 189 NHL games during his career, notching 23 goals and adding 33 assists along with 214 penalty minutes. The 22 year old left wing has played 79 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 8+15=23 with 118 PIM.


26-3-2007 Marc Crawford praises T.J. Brennan
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young defenseman T.J. Brennan in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

T.J. Brennan has played 73 games with Sherbrooke Castors this season, collecting 24+46=70 with 72 PIM.


24-3-2007 Jason LaBarbera frustrated
Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jason LaBarbera feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Jason LaBarbera was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Rangers in the 3rd round of the 1998 entry draft. He has appeared in 34 NHL games during his career, booking 1 career shutouts and allowing 85 goals. The 27 year old goaltender has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season.


24-3-2007 Kevin Dallman frustrated
Los Angeles Kings defenseman Kevin Dallman feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Kevin Dallman, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 67 NHL games during his career, notching 4 goals and adding 10 assists along with 29 penalty minutes. The 26 year old defenseman has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season.


24-3-2007 Team captain meets with Mike Cammalleri
Following the team's recent 4-6 loss against Ottawa Senators on 24-3-2007, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Mike Cammalleri did not leave the dressing room for some time. I think it was time to get some things out of the way, said Rob Blake

24-3-2007 Team captain meets with Patrick O'Sullivan
Following the team's recent 4-6 loss against Ottawa Senators on 24-3-2007, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Patrick O'Sullivan were seen outside the dressing room going over some things. He has had some trouble chipping in, so I thought it was time for a little chat, said Rob Blake

24-3-2007 Matt Moulson injured.
Matt Moulson (LA) suffered arm injury during the game in an incident with Chris Phillips (OTT). He is expected to be sidelined indefinitely. This is my worst nightmare, I don't know what's next, I just have to rebound from this, he murmured as he grimaced in pain.

22-3-2007 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Alyn McCauley is looking steady with 3 points in 4 games last week.

Who's cold

Oleg Tverdovsky is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Marty Murray is sliding on a 27 game streak without registering a single point. Rob Blake has played 10 games without a goal. Lubomir Visnovsky has played 11 games without a goal. Dan Cloutier has been chilly and allowed 21 goals in 4 games. Brian Willsie has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Mathieu Garon hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Derek Armstrong has lost his sights and is now 8 games without a goal. Tom Kostopoulos has lost his sights and is now 6 games without a goal. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Jamie Lundmark is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Mike Cammalleri is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Dustin Brown has lost his sights and is now 6 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



22-3-2007 Media attacks the Los Angeles Kings
The media is disappointed by the team's 5 game losing streak. Most of the critic is addressed to the work of general manager LA and headcoach Marc Crawford

20-3-2007 Jason LaBarbera frustrated
Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jason LaBarbera feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Jason LaBarbera was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Rangers in the 3rd round of the 1998 entry draft. He has appeared in 34 NHL games during his career, booking 1 career shutouts and allowing 85 goals. The 27 year old goaltender has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season.


20-3-2007 Marc Crawford praises Kevin Shattenkirk
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

Kevin Shattenkirk has played 24 games with Boston University this season, collecting 5+9=14 with 27 PIM.


19-3-2007 Matt Moulson frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Matt Moulson feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Matt Moulson was originally drafted to the NHL by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 9th round of the 2003 entry draft. He has appeared in 76 NHL games during his career, notching 8 goals and adding 18 assists along with 166 penalty minutes. The 23 year old left wing has played 76 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 8+18=26 with 166 PIM.


18-3-2007 Raitis Ivanans frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Raitis Ivanans feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Latvia, Raitis Ivanans, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 4 NHL games during his career, notching 0 goals and adding 0 assists along with 9 penalty minutes. The 28 year old left wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 76 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 7+5=12 with 28 PIM.


16-3-2007 Team captain meets with Scott Thornton
Following the team's recent 7-3 loss at Columbus Blue Jackets on 16-3-2007, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Scott Thornton were seen outside the dressing room going over some things. He has had some trouble chipping in, so I thought it was time for a little chat, said Rob Blake

15-3-2007 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Alexander Frolov is looking good with 3 points in 2 games last week. Anze Kopitar is looking good with 3 points in 2 games last week.

Who's cold

Oleg Tverdovsky is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Marty Murray is sliding on a 23 game streak without registering a single point. Alyn McCauley has lost his sights and is now 7 games without a goal. Brian Willsie has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Patrick O'Sullivan has lost his sights and is now 13 games without a goal. Matt Moulson has lost his sights and is now 22 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



14-3-2007 Team captain meets with Alexander Frolov
Following the team's recent 5-1 loss at Atlanta Thrashers on 13-3-2007, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Alexander Frolov did not leave the bench after the game for a while. I wanted to go over some things that have been troubling his game lately, said Rob Blake

14-3-2007 Marc Crawford praises Kent Patterson
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young goaltender Kent Patterson in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

14-3-2007 Richard Petiot resumes full training.
Manchester Monarch defenseman Richard Petiot has resumed full training after his knee injury.

13-3-2007 Tom Kostopoulos frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Tom Kostopoulos feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Tom Kostopoulos was originally drafted to the NHL by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 7th round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 229 NHL games during his career, notching 24 goals and adding 38 assists along with 287 penalty minutes. The 28 year old left wing has played 74 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 6+8=14 with 111 PIM.


13-3-2007 Team captain meets with Alexander Frolov
Following the team's recent 5-1 loss at Atlanta Thrashers on 13-3-2007, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Alexander Frolov did not leave the dressing room for some time. I think it was time to get some things out of the way, said Rob Blake

13-3-2007 Richard Petiot injured.
Richard Petiot of Manchester Monarch suffered injury during tonights minorleague game against the Chicago Wolves. He is expected to be sidelined for a couple of days . I'll just put some ice on it and it'll be as good as new. It will take more than this to slow me down, he commented in a radio interview after the game.

10-3-2007 Marc Crawford praises Maxim Mayorov
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young left wing Maxim Mayorov in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

Maxim Mayorov has played 44 games with Lada Togliatti this season, collecting 30+14=44 with 22 PIM.


9-3-2007 Marc Crawford praises Alex Plante
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young defenseman Alex Plante in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

Alex Plante has played 64 games with Calgary Hitmen this season, collecting 7+15=22 with 69 PIM.


9-3-2007 Marc Crawford praises David Skokan
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young right wing David Skokan in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

David Skokan has played 64 games with Rimouski Oceanic this season, collecting 43+21=64 with 58 PIM.


8-3-2007 Alexander Frolov frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Alexander Frolov feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Russia, Alexander Frolov was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 1st round of the 2000 entry draft. He has appeared in 297 NHL games during his career, notching 89 goals and adding 122 assists along with 178 penalty minutes. The 24 year old left wing has played 72 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 30+48=78 with 80 PIM.


8-3-2007 Team captain meets with Patrick O'Sullivan
Following the team's recent 6-2 loss at Ottawa Senators on 7-3-2007, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Patrick O'Sullivan were seen outside the dressing room going over some things. He has had some trouble chipping in, so I thought it was time for a little chat, said Rob Blake

8-3-2007 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Derek Armstrong is looking good with 4 points in 3 games last week. Jamie Lundmark is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week. Anze Kopitar is looking good with 4 points in 3 games last week.

Who's cold

Marty Murray is sliding on a 21 game streak without registering a single point. Jaroslav Modry is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Alyn McCauley has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal. Dan Cloutier has been chilly and allowed 12 goals in 3 games. Brian Willsie has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Dustin Brown is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Patrick O'Sullivan has lost his sights and is now 11 games without a goal. Matt Moulson has lost his sights and is now 20 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



6-3-2007 Team captain meets with Alexander Frolov
Team captain Rob Blake called a short meeting with Alexander Frolov after practice today to discuss some issues that have affected his play. I have to take the brunt of this, said Alexander Frolov as he left the ice. My play has not been up to snuff and if I'm not contributing more, I have to work harder.

5-3-2007 Team captain meets with Jamie Heward
Following the team's recent 7-5 loss at Nashville Predators on 5-3-2007, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Jamie Heward did not leave the bench after the game for a while. I wanted to go over some things that have been troubling his game lately, said Rob Blake

3-3-2007 Team captain meets with Aaron Miller
Following the team's recent 4-1 win against Phoenix Coyotes on 2-3-2007, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Aaron Miller did not leave the dressing room for some time. I think it was time to get some things out of the way, said Rob Blake

2-3-2007 Mike Cammalleri frustrated
Los Angeles Kings right wing Mike Cammalleri feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Mike Cammalleri was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 2nd round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 178 NHL games during his career, notching 66 goals and adding 63 assists along with 128 penalty minutes. The 24 year old right wing has played 70 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 35+31=66 with 56 PIM.


1-3-2007 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Derek Armstrong is looking good with 3 points in 2 games last week. Dustin Brown is looking good with a 3 game point scoring streak with 1 game goalstreak. Anze Kopitar is looking good with 3 points in 2 games last week.

Who's cold

Oleg Tverdovsky has played 13 games without a goal. Marty Murray is sliding on a 18 game streak without registering a single point. Jaroslav Modry has played 21 games without a goal. Dan Cloutier has been chilly and allowed 9 goals in 2 games. Brian Willsie has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Mathieu Garon hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Tom Kostopoulos has lost his sights and is now 23 games without a goal. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Jamie Lundmark is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Jamie Heward is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Patrick O'Sullivan has lost his sights and is now 8 games without a goal. Matt Moulson has lost his sights and is now 17 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



27-2-2007 Team captain meets with Alexander Frolov
Following the team's recent 4-5 OT loss against Atlanta Thrashers on 27-2-2007, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Alexander Frolov did not leave the bench after the game for a while. I wanted to go over some things that have been troubling his game lately, said Rob Blake

27-2-2007 Jamie Lundmark frustrated
Los Angeles Kings center Jamie Lundmark feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Jamie Lundmark was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Rangers in the 1st round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 233 NHL games during his career, notching 36 goals and adding 68 assists along with 159 penalty minutes. The 26 year old center has played 69 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 16+30=46 with 48 PIM.


27-2-2007 Mike Cammalleri frustrated
Los Angeles Kings right wing Mike Cammalleri feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Mike Cammalleri was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 2nd round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 177 NHL games during his career, notching 65 goals and adding 63 assists along with 128 penalty minutes. The 24 year old right wing has played 69 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 34+31=65 with 56 PIM.


27-2-2007 Aaron Miller reaches career high !
Aaron Miller marked a new career high in assists with 15 assists after assisting in tonights game against Atlanta Thrashers on a goal by Scott Thornton. Whatever I can do to help the team is okay by me. As long as we get the 2 points that's the main thing, he said while posing for photo's.

A native of USA, Aaron Miller was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Rangers in the 5th round of the 1989 entry draft. He has appeared in 606 NHL games during his career, notching 26 goals and adding 93 assists along with 386 penalty minutes. The 35 year old defenseman has played 68 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 2+15=17 with 56 PIM.


25-2-2007 Marc Crawford praises David Skokan
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young right wing David Skokan in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

David Skokan has played 60 games with Rimouski Oceanic this season, collecting 40+18=58 with 56 PIM.


24-2-2007 Kevin Dallman frustrated
Los Angeles Kings defenseman Kevin Dallman feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Kevin Dallman, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 67 NHL games during his career, notching 4 goals and adding 10 assists along with 29 penalty minutes. The 25 year old defenseman has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season.


24-2-2007 Marc Crawford praises Nick Ross
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young defenseman Nick Ross in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

Nick Ross has played 60 games with Regina Pats this season, collecting 6+19=25 with 44 PIM.


23-2-2007 Jamie Lundmark frustrated
Los Angeles Kings center Jamie Lundmark feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Jamie Lundmark was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Rangers in the 1st round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 231 NHL games during his career, notching 35 goals and adding 67 assists along with 159 penalty minutes. The 26 year old center has played 67 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 15+29=44 with 48 PIM.


23-2-2007 Richard Petiot frustrated
Los Angeles Kings defenseman Richard Petiot feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Richard Petiot was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 4th round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 2 NHL games during his career, notching 0 goals and adding 0 assists along with 2 penalty minutes. The 24 year old defenseman has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 6 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 0+0=0 with 2 PIM.


23-2-2007 Dany Roussin resumes full training.
Manchester Monarch left wing Dany Roussin has resumed full training after his injury.

22-2-2007 Team captain meets with Alexander Frolov
Team captain Rob Blake called a short meeting with Alexander Frolov after practice today to discuss some issues that have affected his play. I have to take the brunt of this, said Alexander Frolov as he left the ice. My play has not been up to snuff and if I'm not contributing more, I have to work harder.

22-2-2007 Joey Mormina frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Joey Mormina feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Joey Mormina was originally drafted to the NHL by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 6th round of the 2002 entry draft. He has not yet played at NHL level. The 24 year old left wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 67 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 6+3=9 with 38 PIM.


22-2-2007 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Rob Blake is looking steady with 3 points in 4 games last week. Lubomir Visnovsky is looking steady with 3 points in 4 games last week. Alyn McCauley is looking good with 5 points in 4 games last week. Alexander Frolov is looking steady with 4 points in 4 games last week. Mike Cammalleri is looking good with a 3 game point scoring streak with 2 game goalstreak. Anze Kopitar is looking steady with 4 points in 4 games last week.

Who's cold

Oleg Tverdovsky has played 11 games without a goal. Marty Murray is sliding on a 16 game streak without registering a single point. Jaroslav Modry has played 19 games without a goal. Dan Cloutier has been chilly and allowed 18 goals in 4 games. Brian Willsie has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Mathieu Garon hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Derek Armstrong has lost his sights and is now 16 games without a goal. Tom Kostopoulos is down on his game pulling a 11 game streak without registering a single point. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Jamie Lundmark has lost his sights and is now 8 games without a goal. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Dustin Brown has lost his sights and is now 11 games without a goal. Patrick O'Sullivan has lost his sights and is now 6 games without a goal. Matt Moulson has lost his sights and is now 15 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



21-2-2007 Petr Kanko frustrated
Los Angeles Kings right wing Petr Kanko feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Czech, Petr Kanko was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 3rd round of the 2002 entry draft. He has appeared in 10 NHL games during his career, notching 1 goals and adding 0 assists along with 0 penalty minutes. The 23 year old right wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 66 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 8+13=21 with 4 PIM.


21-2-2007 Dany Roussin injured.
Dany Roussin of Manchester Monarch suffered injury during tonights minorleague game against the Worchester Sharks. He is expected to be sidelined for a couple of days . Nothing serious, but I do remember who hit me and caused the injury, was his answer to a reporter question after the game.

18-2-2007 Team captain meets with Jamie Lundmark
Following the team's recent 3-3 tie at Toronto Maple Leafs on 16-2-2007, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Jamie Lundmark were seen outside the dressing room going over some things. He has had some trouble chipping in, so I thought it was time for a little chat, said Rob Blake

18-2-2007 Team captain meets with Matt Moulson
Following the team's recent 3-3 tie at Toronto Maple Leafs on 16-2-2007, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Matt Moulson were seen outside the dressing room going over some things. He has had some trouble chipping in, so I thought it was time for a little chat, said Rob Blake

15-2-2007 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Oleg Tverdovsky is looking good with 7 points in 3 games last week. Alexander Frolov is looking good with 6 points in 3 games last week. Mike Cammalleri is looking good with a 5 game point scoring streak with 4 game goalstreak. Anze Kopitar is looking good with 4 points in 3 games last week.

Who's cold

Marty Murray is down on his game pulling a 12 game streak without registering a single point. Jaroslav Modry has played 15 games without a goal. Alyn McCauley has lost his sights and is now 9 games without a goal. Brian Willsie has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Mathieu Garon has been chilly and allowed 5 goals in 1 games. Derek Armstrong is down on his game pulling a 12 game streak without registering a single point. Tom Kostopoulos has lost his sights and is now 17 games without a goal. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Dustin Brown has lost his sights and is now 7 games without a goal. Patrick O'Sullivan is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Matt Moulson has lost his sights and is now 11 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



14-2-2007 Trevor Lewis resumes full training.
Manchester Monarch center Trevor Lewis has resumed full training after his injury.

13-2-2007 Mike Cammalleri reaches career high !
Mike Cammalleri marked a new career high in assists with 30 assists after assisting in tonights game against New Jersey Devils on a goal by Anze Kopitar. I just come to the rink ready to play and give it 110%, he commented during a post game radio interview.

A native of Canada, Mike Cammalleri was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 2nd round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 170 NHL games during his career, notching 62 goals and adding 62 assists along with 122 penalty minutes. The 24 year old right wing has played 62 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 31+30=61 with 50 PIM.


10-2-2007 Mike Cammalleri frustrated
Los Angeles Kings right wing Mike Cammalleri feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Mike Cammalleri was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 2nd round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 169 NHL games during his career, notching 60 goals and adding 60 assists along with 122 penalty minutes. The 24 year old right wing has played 61 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 29+28=57 with 50 PIM.


10-2-2007 Matt Moulson frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Matt Moulson feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Matt Moulson was originally drafted to the NHL by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 9th round of the 2003 entry draft. He has appeared in 61 NHL games during his career, notching 7 goals and adding 13 assists along with 136 penalty minutes. The 23 year old left wing has played 61 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 7+13=20 with 136 PIM.


9-2-2007 Trevor Lewis resumes light training.
Manchester Monarch center Trevor Lewis has resumed light training after his injury and is listed day to day.

9-2-2007 Mike Cammalleri reaches career high !
Mike Cammalleri marked a new career high in points with 56 after scoring in tonights game against Columbus Blue Jackets on a feed by Alexander Frolov. There's no 'I' in team and we have to get everyone playing the same system. It's not enough to just play a solid 20 or 40 minutes of hockey - you have to play 60. Hey, you know what? I forgot the question, was his only comment for the media.

A native of Canada, Mike Cammalleri was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 2nd round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 168 NHL games during his career, notching 60 goals and adding 59 assists along with 120 penalty minutes. The 24 year old right wing has played 60 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 29+27=56 with 48 PIM.


9-2-2007 Trevor Lewis injured.
Trevor Lewis of Manchester Monarch suffered injury during tonights minorleague game against the Syracuse Cruch. He is expected to be sidelined for about a week . I just hope I can be able to return to action within a week, he said as medics fastened him onto the stretcher.

8-2-2007 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Rob Blake is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week. Mike Cammalleri is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week.

Who's cold

Oleg Tverdovsky is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Marty Murray has lost his sights and is now 19 games without a goal. Jaroslav Modry has played 12 games without a goal. Alyn McCauley has lost his sights and is now 6 games without a goal. Dan Cloutier hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Brian Willsie has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Mathieu Garon has been chilly and allowed 12 goals in 3 games. Derek Armstrong has lost his sights and is now 9 games without a goal. Tom Kostopoulos has lost his sights and is now 14 games without a goal. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Alexander Frolov has lost his sights and is now 12 games without a goal. Jamie Lundmark is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Patrick O'Sullivan has lost his sights and is now 8 games without a goal. Matt Moulson has lost his sights and is now 8 games without a goal. Anze Kopitar has lost his sights and is now 6 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



8-2-2007 Richard Petiot resumes full training.
Manchester Monarch defenseman Richard Petiot has resumed full training after his knee injury.

7-2-2007 Petr Kanko uncertain about future
Petr Kanko wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

7-2-2007 Tim Jackman frustrated
Los Angeles Kings right wing Tim Jackman feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of USA, Tim Jackman was originally drafted to the NHL by the Columbus Blue Jackets in the 2nd round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 27 NHL games during his career, notching 1 goals and adding 2 assists along with 37 penalty minutes. The 25 year old right wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 60 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 7+9=16 with 40 PIM.


7-2-2007 Mike Cammalleri reaches career high !
Mike Cammalleri marked a new career high in goals with 27 tallies after scoring in tonights game against Anaheim Ducks on a feed by Oleg Tverdovsky. It's not so big but I'm still very happy about it, was his only statement before going to the dressing room.

A native of Canada, Mike Cammalleri was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 2nd round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 167 NHL games during his career, notching 58 goals and adding 59 assists along with 116 penalty minutes. The 24 year old right wing has played 59 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 27+27=54 with 44 PIM.


6-2-2007 Team captain meets with Alyn McCauley
Following the team's recent 1-3 loss against New York Rangers on 5-2-2007, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Alyn McCauley did not leave the bench after the game for a while. I wanted to go over some things that have been troubling his game lately, said Rob Blake

6-2-2007 Jamie Lundmark frustrated
Los Angeles Kings center Jamie Lundmark feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Jamie Lundmark was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Rangers in the 1st round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 223 NHL games during his career, notching 35 goals and adding 66 assists along with 151 penalty minutes. The 26 year old center has played 59 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 15+28=43 with 40 PIM.


6-2-2007 Tim Jackman frustrated
Los Angeles Kings right wing Tim Jackman feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of USA, Tim Jackman was originally drafted to the NHL by the Columbus Blue Jackets in the 2nd round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 27 NHL games during his career, notching 1 goals and adding 2 assists along with 37 penalty minutes. The 25 year old right wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 59 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 7+9=16 with 40 PIM.


6-2-2007 Matt Moulson frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Matt Moulson feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Matt Moulson was originally drafted to the NHL by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 9th round of the 2003 entry draft. He has appeared in 59 NHL games during his career, notching 7 goals and adding 13 assists along with 120 penalty minutes. The 23 year old left wing has played 59 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 7+13=20 with 120 PIM.


6-2-2007 Marc Crawford praises Max Pacioretty
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young right wing Max Pacioretty in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

Max Pacioretty has played 16 games with Michigan this season, collecting 7+10=17 with 5 PIM.


5-2-2007 Team captain clashes with Oleg Tverdovsky
A shouting match erupted in the Los Angeles Kings locker room after the 1-3 loss against New York Rangers on 5-2-2007. Team captain Rob Blake apparently tried to have some words with Oleg Tverdovsky whose play has not been up to par recently. In response, the slumping defenseman stormed out, slamming the door.

3-2-2007 Alexander Frolov frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Alexander Frolov feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Russia, Alexander Frolov was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 1st round of the 2000 entry draft. He has appeared in 282 NHL games during his career, notching 84 goals and adding 115 assists along with 160 penalty minutes. The 24 year old left wing has played 57 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 25+41=66 with 62 PIM.


3-2-2007 Noah Clarke frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Noah Clarke feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of USA, Noah Clarke was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 9th round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 7 NHL games during his career, notching 0 goals and adding 1 assists along with 0 penalty minutes. The 27 year old left wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 57 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 12+8=20 with 6 PIM.


3-2-2007 Richard Petiot resumes light training.
Manchester Monarch defenseman Richard Petiot has resumed light training after his knee injury and is listed day to day.

1-2-2007 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Rob Blake is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week.

Who's cold

Marty Murray has lost his sights and is now 16 games without a goal. Dan Cloutier hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Brian Willsie has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Derek Armstrong has lost his sights and is now 6 games without a goal. Tom Kostopoulos has lost his sights and is now 11 games without a goal. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Alexander Frolov has lost his sights and is now 9 games without a goal. Jamie Lundmark has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Mike Cammalleri has lost his sights and is now 8 games without a goal. Patrick O'Sullivan has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal. Matt Moulson has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



31-1-2007 Team captain meets with Jaroslav Modry
Following the team's recent 4-3 win against Washington Capitals on 29-1-2007, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Jaroslav Modry did not leave the dressing room for some time. I think it was time to get some things out of the way, said Rob Blake

30-1-2007 Marc Crawford praises Jakub Voracek
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young right wing Jakub Voracek in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

Jakub Voracek has played 34 games with HC Kladno this season, collecting 21+10=31 with 25 PIM.


27-1-2007 Team captain meets with Lubomir Visnovsky
Team captain Rob Blake called a short meeting with Lubomir Visnovsky after practice today to discuss some issues that have affected his play. I guess they needed someone to take the blame..., said Lubomir Visnovsky as he left the ice, ...but I'll take it like a man

27-1-2007 Tim Jackman frustrated
Los Angeles Kings right wing Tim Jackman feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of USA, Tim Jackman was originally drafted to the NHL by the Columbus Blue Jackets in the 2nd round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 27 NHL games during his career, notching 1 goals and adding 2 assists along with 37 penalty minutes. The 25 year old right wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 55 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 6+9=15 with 40 PIM.


27-1-2007 Media criticises the Los Angeles Kings
The Los Angeles Kings are spinning in a 13 game winless streak. Los Angeles Kings center Anze Kopitar commented about their recent play: It seems like everything is going wrong now. It's not the best of times for us right now...

25-1-2007 Marc Crawford praises Yuri Cheremetiev
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young left wing Yuri Cheremetiev in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

Yuri Cheremetiev has played 47 games with Halifax Mooseheads this season, collecting 32+15=47 with 29 PIM.


25-1-2007 Raitis Ivanans frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Raitis Ivanans feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Latvia, Raitis Ivanans, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 4 NHL games during his career, notching 0 goals and adding 0 assists along with 9 penalty minutes. The 28 year old left wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 54 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 5+4=9 with 24 PIM.


25-1-2007 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Oleg Tverdovsky is looking steady with 4 points in 4 games last week. Lubomir Visnovsky is looking steady with 3 points in 4 games last week. Jamie Lundmark is looking steady with 3 points in 4 games last week. Anze Kopitar is looking good with 5 points in 4 games last week.

Who's cold

Marty Murray has lost his sights and is now 13 games without a goal. Alyn McCauley is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Dan Cloutier hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Brian Willsie has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Mathieu Garon has been chilly and allowed 20 goals in 4 games. Tom Kostopoulos has lost his sights and is now 8 games without a goal. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Alexander Frolov has lost his sights and is now 6 games without a goal. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Mike Cammalleri has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal. Dustin Brown has lost his sights and is now 9 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



23-1-2007 Team captain meets with Derek Armstrong
Team captain Rob Blake called a short meeting with Derek Armstrong after practice today to discuss some issues that have affected his play. I have to take the brunt of this, said Derek Armstrong as he left the ice. My play has not been up to snuff and if I'm not contributing more, I have to work harder.

23-1-2007 Josh Meyers resumes full training.
Manchester Monarch defenseman Josh Meyers has resumed full training after his injury.

22-1-2007 Team captain meets with Jaroslav Modry
Team captain Rob Blake called a short meeting with Jaroslav Modry after practice today to discuss some issues that have affected his play. I have to take the brunt of this, said Jaroslav Modry as he left the ice. My play has not been up to snuff and if I'm not contributing more, I have to work harder.

22-1-2007 Patrick O'Sullivan speaks up.
Patrick O'Sullivan is disappointed in the team tactics after averaging 5 minutes in the last five games. He wants more icetime.

22-1-2007 Team captain meets with Anze Kopitar
Team captain Rob Blake called a short meeting with Anze Kopitar after practice today to discuss some issues that have affected his play. I guess they needed someone to take the blame..., said Anze Kopitar as he left the ice, ...but I'll take it like a man

21-1-2007 Jack Johnson resumes full training.
Manchester Monarch defenseman Jack Johnson has resumed full training after his injury.

18-1-2007 Los Angeles Kings players named to All-Star Game
The following players from Los Angeles Kings were named to this year's All-Star Game:
-Lubomir Visnovsky
-Alexander Frolov


18-1-2007 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Rob Blake is looking steady with 3 points in 4 games last week. Alexander Frolov is looking steady with 3 points in 4 games last week. Jamie Lundmark is looking steady with 4 points in 4 games last week.

Who's cold

Marty Murray has lost his sights and is now 9 games without a goal. Jaroslav Modry is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Lubomir Visnovsky has played 11 games without a goal. Scott Thornton is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Dan Cloutier hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Brian Willsie has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Mathieu Garon has been chilly and allowed 19 goals in 4 games. Derek Armstrong has lost his sights and is now 14 games without a goal. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Dustin Brown has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



18-1-2007 Josh Meyers resumes light training.
Manchester Monarch defenseman Josh Meyers has resumed light training after his injury and is listed day to day.

18-1-2007 Jack Johnson injured.
Jack Johnson of Manchester Monarch suffered ankle injury during tonights minorleague game against the Albany River Rats. He is expected to be sidelined for a couple of days . I just hope I can get back on the ice quickly and do what I can for the team, he said to the press.

16-1-2007 Marc Crawford praises Borivoj Divisek
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young right wing Borivoj Divisek in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

Borivoj Divisek has played 30 games with HC Vitkovice this season, collecting 21+8=29 with 10 PIM.


15-1-2007 Marc Crawford praises Colby Cohen
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young defenseman Colby Cohen in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

Colby Cohen has played 15 games with Boston University this season, collecting 2+3=5 with 0 PIM.


15-1-2007 Alexander Frolov reaches career high !
Alexander Frolov marked a new career high in goals with 25 tallies after scoring in tonights game against St. Louis Blues on a feed by Dustin Brown. I just try and give it my best out there. This one was special though, he said at the post-game press conference.

A native of Russia, Alexander Frolov was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 1st round of the 2000 entry draft. He has appeared in 272 NHL games during his career, notching 84 goals and adding 111 assists along with 150 penalty minutes. The 24 year old left wing has played 47 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 25+37=62 with 52 PIM.


14-1-2007 Marc Crawford praises Dwight King
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young left wing Dwight King in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

Dwight King has played 44 games with Lethbridge Hurricanes this season, collecting 32+14=46 with 85 PIM.


13-1-2007 Joey Mormina frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Joey Mormina feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Joey Mormina was originally drafted to the NHL by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 6th round of the 2002 entry draft. He has not yet played at NHL level. The 24 year old left wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 47 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 3+2=5 with 28 PIM.


13-1-2007 Jamie Lundmark reaches career high !
Jamie Lundmark marked a new career high in assists with 20 assists after assisting in tonights game against Pittsburgh Penguins on a goal by Matt Moulson. It's a joy to be playing with these guys, they are the best teammates anyone could have, he replied after giving his game stick to a representative of a local charity organization.

A native of Canada, Jamie Lundmark was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Rangers in the 1st round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 210 NHL games during his career, notching 33 goals and adding 58 assists along with 145 penalty minutes. The 25 year old center has played 46 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 13+20=33 with 34 PIM.


11-1-2007 Marc Crawford praises Bill Sweatt
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young left wing Bill Sweatt in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

Bill Sweatt has played 13 games with Colorado College this season, collecting 7+4=11 with 7 PIM.


11-1-2007 Team captain meets with Matt Moulson
Team captain Rob Blake called a short meeting with Matt Moulson after practice today to discuss some issues that have affected his play. I guess they needed someone to take the blame..., said Matt Moulson as he left the ice, ...but I'll take it like a man

11-1-2007 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Mike Cammalleri is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week. Dustin Brown is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week. Anze Kopitar is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week.

Who's cold

Marty Murray has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal. Rob Blake has played 13 games without a goal. Brian Willsie has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Mathieu Garon has been chilly and allowed 13 goals in 3 games. Derek Armstrong has lost his sights and is now 10 games without a goal. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Jamie Lundmark is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Matt Moulson has lost his sights and is now 6 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



10-1-2007 Team captain meets with Marty Murray
Following the team's recent 3-3 tie against Detroit Red Wings on 9-1-2007, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Marty Murray did not leave the bench after the game for a while. I wanted to go over some things that have been troubling his game lately, said Rob Blake

10-1-2007 Team captain meets with Jaroslav Modry
Following the team's recent 3-3 tie against Detroit Red Wings on 9-1-2007, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Jaroslav Modry were seen outside the dressing room going over some things. He has had some trouble chipping in, so I thought it was time for a little chat, said Rob Blake

10-1-2007 Team captain meets with Scott Thornton
Following the team's recent 3-3 tie against Detroit Red Wings on 9-1-2007, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Scott Thornton did not leave the bench after the game for a while. I wanted to go over some things that have been troubling his game lately, said Rob Blake

10-1-2007 Joey Mormina frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Joey Mormina feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Joey Mormina was originally drafted to the NHL by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 6th round of the 2002 entry draft. He has not yet played at NHL level. The 24 year old left wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 45 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 3+2=5 with 18 PIM.


7-1-2007 Patrick O'Sullivan speaks up.
Patrick O'Sullivan is disappointed in the team tactics after averaging 5 minutes in the last five games. He wants more icetime.

6-1-2007 Marc Crawford praises Jeremy Smith
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young goaltender Jeremy Smith in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

5-1-2007 Marc Crawford praises Ryan McDonagh
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young defenseman Ryan McDonagh in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.

Ryan McDonagh has played 13 games with Wisconsin this season, collecting 2+3=5 with 22 PIM.


4-1-2007 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Rob Blake is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week. Jaroslav Modry is looking good with 4 points in 3 games last week. Lubomir Visnovsky is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week. Anze Kopitar is looking good with 4 points in 3 games last week.

Who's cold

Oleg Tverdovsky is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Brian Willsie has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Mathieu Garon has been chilly and allowed 13 goals in 3 games. Derek Armstrong has lost his sights and is now 7 games without a goal. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Jamie Lundmark is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Dustin Brown has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal. Patrick O'Sullivan has lost his sights and is now 12 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



3-1-2007 Mike Cammalleri frustrated
Los Angeles Kings right wing Mike Cammalleri feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Mike Cammalleri was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 2nd round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 150 NHL games during his career, notching 54 goals and adding 55 assists along with 104 penalty minutes. The 24 year old right wing has played 42 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 23+23=46 with 32 PIM.


2-1-2007 Los Angeles Kings players selected to World Junior Championships
World Junior Championships (U-20) in icehockey are about to start. The following players from Los Angeles Kings organization have been selected to represent their countries:

-Constantin Braun (GER)
-Jonathan Quick (USA)


2-1-2007 Jamie Lundmark reaches career high !
Jamie Lundmark marked a new career high in points with 30 after assisting in tonights game against Dallas Stars on a goal by Oleg Tverdovsky. I hope this will get me in Don Cherry's good books, was the comment released to the press after the game..

A native of Canada, Jamie Lundmark was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Rangers in the 1st round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 205 NHL games during his career, notching 32 goals and adding 56 assists along with 141 penalty minutes. The 25 year old center has played 41 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 12+18=30 with 30 PIM.


1-1-2007 Kevin Dallman frustrated
Los Angeles Kings defenseman Kevin Dallman feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Kevin Dallman, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 67 NHL games during his career, notching 4 goals and adding 10 assists along with 29 penalty minutes. The 25 year old defenseman has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season.


31-12-2006 Jamie Lundmark frustrated
Los Angeles Kings center Jamie Lundmark feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Jamie Lundmark was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Rangers in the 1st round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 205 NHL games during his career, notching 32 goals and adding 55 assists along with 139 penalty minutes. The 25 year old center has played 41 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 12+17=29 with 28 PIM.


1-1-2007 Rookie of the month: Anze Kopitar (C)
NHL has awarded Anze Kopitar (C) of Los Angeles Kings as Rookie Of The Month He registered 6 goals and 5 assists for 11 points in 14 games last month. He also had 1 game winning goal.

A native of Slovenia, Anze Kopitar was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 1st round of the 2005 entry draft. He has appeared in 41 NHL games during his career, notching 19 goals and adding 23 assists along with 36 penalty minutes. The 19 year old center has played 41 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 19+23=42 with 36 PIM.


30-12-2006 Marc-Andre Cliche resumes full training.
Manchester Monarch right wing Marc-Andre Cliche has resumed full training after his injury.

29-12-2006 Team captain meets with Derek Armstrong
Following the team's recent 5-3 loss at Vancouver Canucks on 29-12-2006, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Derek Armstrong did not leave the bench after the game for a while. I wanted to go over some things that have been troubling his game lately, said Rob Blake

28-12-2006 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Lubomir Visnovsky is looking good with 4 points in 3 games last week. Alexander Frolov is looking good with 6 points in 3 games last week. Mike Cammalleri is looking good with 4 points in 3 games last week.

Who's cold

Oleg Tverdovsky has played 14 games without a goal. Marty Murray has lost his sights and is now 22 games without a goal. Alyn McCauley has lost his sights and is now 6 games without a goal. Brian Willsie has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Mathieu Garon has been chilly and allowed 15 goals in 3 games. Derek Armstrong is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Tom Kostopoulos has lost his sights and is now 14 games without a goal. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Jamie Lundmark has lost his sights and is now 20 games without a goal. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Patrick O'Sullivan has lost his sights and is now 9 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



28-12-2006 Marc-Andre Cliche injured.
Marc-Andre Cliche of Manchester Monarch suffered injury during tonights minorleague game against the Hamilton Bulldogs. He is expected to be sidelined for a couple of days . I'll just put some ice on it and it'll be as good as new. It will take more than this to slow me down, were his words after the game.

27-12-2006 Team captain meets with Anze Kopitar
Team captain Rob Blake called a short meeting with Anze Kopitar after practice today to discuss some issues that have affected his play. I guess they needed someone to take the blame..., said Anze Kopitar as he left the ice, ...but I'll take it like a man

26-12-2006 Tim Jackman frustrated
Los Angeles Kings right wing Tim Jackman feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of USA, Tim Jackman was originally drafted to the NHL by the Columbus Blue Jackets in the 2nd round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 27 NHL games during his career, notching 1 goals and adding 2 assists along with 37 penalty minutes. The 25 year old right wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 39 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 4+8=12 with 26 PIM.


26-12-2006 Joey Mormina frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Joey Mormina feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Joey Mormina was originally drafted to the NHL by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 6th round of the 2002 entry draft. He has not yet played at NHL level. The 24 year old left wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 39 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 3+2=5 with 18 PIM.


26-12-2006 Alexander Frolov reaches career high !
Alexander Frolov marked a new career high in points with 55 after assisting in tonights game against Phoenix Coyotes on a goal by Mike Cammalleri. I hope this will get me in Don Cherry's good books, were his words after the game..

A native of Russia, Alexander Frolov was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 1st round of the 2000 entry draft. He has appeared in 263 NHL games during his career, notching 81 goals and adding 107 assists along with 138 penalty minutes. The 24 year old left wing has played 38 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 22+33=55 with 40 PIM.


26-12-2006 Alexander Frolov reaches career high !
Alexander Frolov marked a new career high in assists with 34 assists after assisting in tonights game against Phoenix Coyotes on a goal by Anze Kopitar. It's a joy to be playing with these guys, they are the best teammates anyone could have, he replied after giving his game stick to a representative of a local charity organization.

A native of Russia, Alexander Frolov was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 1st round of the 2000 entry draft. He has appeared in 263 NHL games during his career, notching 81 goals and adding 108 assists along with 138 penalty minutes. The 24 year old left wing has played 38 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 22+34=56 with 40 PIM.


23-12-2006 Team captain meets with Tom Kostopoulos
Following the team's recent 1-5 loss against Vancouver Canucks on 23-12-2006, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Tom Kostopoulos were seen outside the dressing room going over some things. He has had some trouble chipping in, so I thought it was time for a little chat, said Rob Blake

22-12-2006 Joey Mormina frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Joey Mormina feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Joey Mormina was originally drafted to the NHL by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 6th round of the 2002 entry draft. He has not yet played at NHL level. The 24 year old left wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 37 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 3+2=5 with 18 PIM.


21-12-2006 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Oleg Tverdovsky is looking good with 6 points in 5 games last week. Lubomir Visnovsky is looking steady with 5 points in 5 games last week. Scott Thornton is looking steady with 3 points in 5 games last week. Alyn McCauley is looking steady with 4 points in 5 games last week. Tom Kostopoulos is looking steady with 3 points in 5 games last week. Alexander Frolov is looking good with 6 points in 5 games last week. Mike Cammalleri is looking red hot with a 6 game point streak. Anze Kopitar is looking steady with 4 points in 5 games last week.

Who's cold

Marty Murray is down on his game pulling a 13 game streak without registering a single point. Brian Willsie has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Derek Armstrong is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Jamie Lundmark has lost his sights and is now 17 games without a goal. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Dustin Brown has lost his sights and is now 25 games without a goal. Patrick O'Sullivan has lost his sights and is now 6 games without a goal. Matt Moulson has lost his sights and is now 14 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



20-12-2006 Josh Meyers injured.
Josh Meyers of Manchester Monarch suffered injury during tonights minorleague game against the Iowa Stars. He is expected to be sidelined for more than a month . You can't rush these kinds of injuries, sometimes you just have to stay off your feet for awhile, he commented in a radio interview after the game.

14-12-2006 Team captain meets with Patrick O'Sullivan
Team captain Rob Blake called a short meeting with Patrick O'Sullivan after practice today to discuss some issues that have affected his play. I have to take the brunt of this, said Patrick O'Sullivan as he left the ice. My play has not been up to snuff and if I'm not contributing more, I have to work harder.

14-12-2006 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Lubomir Visnovsky is looking good with 3 points in 2 games last week. Alexander Frolov is looking good with 3 points in 2 games last week.

Who's cold

Marty Murray has lost his sights and is now 14 games without a goal. Alyn McCauley has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal. Brian Willsie has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Mathieu Garon has been chilly and allowed 8 goals in 2 games. Tom Kostopoulos has lost his sights and is now 6 games without a goal. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Jamie Lundmark has lost his sights and is now 12 games without a goal. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Dustin Brown has lost his sights and is now 20 games without a goal. Matt Moulson has lost his sights and is now 9 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



12-12-2006 Gabe Gauthier released.
Los Angeles Kings released Gabe Gauthier to free agency.

12-12-2006 Yutaka Fukufuji released.
Los Angeles Kings released Yutaka Fukufuji to free agency.

12-12-2006 Barry Brust released.
Los Angeles Kings released Barry Brust to free agency.

12-12-2006 Matt Ryan released.
Los Angeles Kings released Matt Ryan to free agency.

12-12-2006 Jon Francisco released.
Los Angeles Kings released Jon Francisco to free agency.

11-12-2006 Tim Jackman frustrated
Los Angeles Kings right wing Tim Jackman feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of USA, Tim Jackman was originally drafted to the NHL by the Columbus Blue Jackets in the 2nd round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 27 NHL games during his career, notching 1 goals and adding 2 assists along with 37 penalty minutes. The 25 year old right wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 32 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 4+6=10 with 20 PIM.


7-12-2006 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Alexander Frolov is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week. Matt Moulson is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week. Anze Kopitar is looking good with 4 points in 3 games last week.

Who's cold

Marty Murray has lost his sights and is now 12 games without a goal. Lubomir Visnovsky has played 12 games without a goal. Brian Willsie has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Jamie Lundmark has lost his sights and is now 10 games without a goal. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Dustin Brown is sliding on a 16 game streak without registering a single point. Patrick O'Sullivan is sliding on a 17 game streak without registering a single point.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



7-12-2006 Mike Weaver resumes full training.
Manchester Monarch defenseman Mike Weaver has resumed full training after his injury.

3-12-2006 Yutaka Fukufuji frustrated
Los Angeles Kings goaltender Yutaka Fukufuji feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Japan, Yutaka Fukufuji was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 8th round of the 2004 entry draft. He has not yet played at NHL level. The 24 year old goaltender has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 21 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 0+0=0 with 0 PIM.


2-12-2006 Mike Cammalleri frustrated
Los Angeles Kings right wing Mike Cammalleri feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Mike Cammalleri was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 2nd round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 136 NHL games during his career, notching 47 goals and adding 49 assists along with 92 penalty minutes. The 24 year old right wing has played 28 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 16+17=33 with 20 PIM.


2-12-2006 Mike Weaver resumes light training.
Manchester Monarch defenseman Mike Weaver has resumed light training after his injury and is listed day to day.

30-11-2006 Player of the week: Alexander Frolov (L)
NHL has awarded Alexander Frolov (L) of Los Angeles Kings as Player Of The Week He registered 5 goals and 5 assists for 10 points in 3 games last week. He also had 1 game winning goal.

A native of Russia, Alexander Frolov was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 1st round of the 2000 entry draft. He has appeared in 252 NHL games during his career, notching 75 goals and adding 98 assists along with 122 penalty minutes. The 24 year old left wing has played 27 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 16+24=40 with 24 PIM.


30-11-2006 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Rob Blake is looking good with 4 points in 3 games last week. Scott Thornton is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week. Alyn McCauley is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week. Alexander Frolov is looking red hot with a 8 game point streak. Matt Moulson is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week. Anze Kopitar is looking good with 7 points in 3 games last week.

Who's cold

Marty Murray has lost his sights and is now 9 games without a goal. Dan Cloutier hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Brian Willsie has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Jamie Lundmark has lost his sights and is now 7 games without a goal. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Dustin Brown is down on his game pulling a 13 game streak without registering a single point. Patrick O'Sullivan is down on his game pulling a 14 game streak without registering a single point.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



1-12-2006 Rookie of the month: Anze Kopitar (C)
NHL has awarded Anze Kopitar (C) of Los Angeles Kings as Rookie Of The Month He registered 7 goals and 11 assists for 18 points in 13 games last month.

A native of Slovenia, Anze Kopitar was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 1st round of the 2005 entry draft. He has appeared in 27 NHL games during his career, notching 13 goals and adding 18 assists along with 22 penalty minutes. The 19 year old center has played 27 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 13+18=31 with 22 PIM.


29-11-2006 Mike Weaver injured.
Mike Weaver of Manchester Monarch suffered chest injury during tonights minorleague game against the Albany River Rats. He is expected to be sidelined for about a week . Of course, spending a week or so nursing your injury can take you off your game, he said as medics fastened him onto the stretcher.

28-11-2006 Team captain meets with Marty Murray
Following the team's recent 3-5 win at Pittsburgh Penguins on 27-11-2006, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Marty Murray did not leave the bench after the game for a while. I wanted to go over some things that have been troubling his game lately, said Rob Blake

24-11-2006 Patrick O'Sullivan speaks up.
Patrick O'Sullivan is disappointed in the team tactics after averaging 5 minutes in the last five games. He wants more icetime.

23-11-2006 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Derek Armstrong is looking good with 4 points in 3 games last week. Alexander Frolov is looking good with 4 points in 3 games last week. Anze Kopitar is looking red hot with a 7 game point streak.

Who's cold

Marty Murray has lost his sights and is now 6 games without a goal. Dan Cloutier hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Brian Willsie has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Mathieu Garon has been chilly and allowed 13 goals in 3 games. Tom Kostopoulos has lost his sights and is now 13 games without a goal. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Dustin Brown is down on his game pulling a 10 game streak without registering a single point. Patrick O'Sullivan is down on his game pulling a 11 game streak without registering a single point.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



16-11-2006 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Oleg Tverdovsky is looking good with 4 points in 3 games last week. Rob Blake is looking good with 4 points in 3 games last week. Lubomir Visnovsky is looking red hot with a 6 game point streak. Alyn McCauley is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week. Jamie Lundmark is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week. Mike Cammalleri is looking good with a 5 game point scoring streak with 5 game goalstreak. Anze Kopitar is looking good with a 4 game point scoring streak with 2 game goalstreak.

Who's cold

Jaroslav Modry has played 21 games without a goal. Dan Cloutier hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Brian Willsie has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Derek Armstrong has lost his sights and is now 6 games without a goal. Tom Kostopoulos has lost his sights and is now 10 games without a goal. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Dustin Brown has lost his sights and is now 9 games without a goal. Patrick O'Sullivan has lost his sights and is now 21 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



13-11-2006 Jamie Lundmark reaches career high !
Jamie Lundmark marked a new career high in goals with 11 tallies after scoring in tonights game against Tampa Bay Lightning on a feed by Scott Thornton. I can't quite remember the last time when I was this happy, he said outside the teams dressing room.

A native of Canada, Jamie Lundmark was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Rangers in the 1st round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 183 NHL games during his career, notching 31 goals and adding 45 assists along with 123 penalty minutes. The 25 year old center has played 19 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 11+7=18 with 12 PIM.


12-11-2006 Matt Ryan uncertain about future
Matt Ryan wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

10-11-2006 Tim Jackman frustrated
Los Angeles Kings right wing Tim Jackman feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of USA, Tim Jackman was originally drafted to the NHL by the Columbus Blue Jackets in the 2nd round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 27 NHL games during his career, notching 1 goals and adding 2 assists along with 37 penalty minutes. The 24 year old right wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 18 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 2+4=6 with 12 PIM.


9-11-2006 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Oleg Tverdovsky is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week. Lubomir Visnovsky is looking good with a 3 game point scoring streak with 1 game goalstreak. Alexander Frolov is looking good with 5 points in 3 games last week. Mike Cammalleri is looking good with 5 points in 3 games last week. Anze Kopitar is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week.

Who's cold

Jaroslav Modry has played 18 games without a goal. Brian Willsie has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Tom Kostopoulos has lost his sights and is now 7 games without a goal. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Jamie Lundmark has lost his sights and is now 10 games without a goal. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Dustin Brown has lost his sights and is now 6 games without a goal. Patrick O'Sullivan has lost his sights and is now 18 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



8-11-2006 Matt Moulson frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Matt Moulson feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Matt Moulson was originally drafted to the NHL by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 9th round of the 2003 entry draft. He has appeared in 18 NHL games during his career, notching 1 goals and adding 4 assists along with 26 penalty minutes. The 23 year old left wing has played 18 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 1+4=5 with 26 PIM.


6-11-2006 Team captain clashes with Oleg Tverdovsky
Team captain Rob Blake finally broke the silence in the locker room today when he pointed out the less than stellar play of Oleg Tverdovsky. If he wants to play for this team, he should be ready to chip in, said the team captain.

6-11-2006 Team captain meets with Derek Armstrong
Following the team's recent 2-4 win at Detroit Red Wings on 6-11-2006, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Derek Armstrong were seen outside the dressing room going over some things. He has had some trouble chipping in, so I thought it was time for a little chat, said Rob Blake

6-11-2006 Brian Boyle resumes full training.
Manchester Monarch center Brian Boyle has resumed full training after his injury.

2-11-2006 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Oleg Tverdovsky is looking good with 4 points in 3 games last week. Mike Cammalleri is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week.

Who's cold

Marty Murray is sliding on a 15 game streak without registering a single point. Jaroslav Modry has played 15 games without a goal. Brian Willsie has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Jamie Lundmark has lost his sights and is now 7 games without a goal. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Patrick O'Sullivan has lost his sights and is now 15 games without a goal. Matt Moulson has lost his sights and is now 15 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



1-11-2006 Matt Moulson uncertain about future
Matt Moulson wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

1-11-2006 Brian Boyle resumes light training.
Manchester Monarch center Brian Boyle has resumed light training after his injury and is listed day to day.

1-11-2006 Lauri Tukonen resumes full training.
Manchester Monarch right wing Lauri Tukonen has resumed full training after his injury.

31-10-2006 Team captain meets with Lubomir Visnovsky
Following the team's recent 4-2 loss at Phoenix Coyotes on 28-10-2006, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Lubomir Visnovsky did not leave the dressing room for some time. I think it was time to get some things out of the way, said Rob Blake

30-10-2006 Team captain meets with Derek Armstrong
Following the team's recent 4-2 loss at Phoenix Coyotes on 28-10-2006, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Derek Armstrong did not leave the bench after the game for a while. I wanted to go over some things that have been troubling his game lately, said Rob Blake

30-10-2006 Alexander Frolov frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Alexander Frolov feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Russia, Alexander Frolov was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 1st round of the 2000 entry draft. He has appeared in 239 NHL games during his career, notching 66 goals and adding 85 assists along with 110 penalty minutes. The 24 year old left wing has played 14 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 7+11=18 with 12 PIM.


30-10-2006 Joey Mormina frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Joey Mormina feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Joey Mormina was originally drafted to the NHL by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 6th round of the 2002 entry draft. He has not yet played at NHL level. The 24 year old left wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 14 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 2+0=2 with 4 PIM.


28-10-2006 Team captain meets with Derek Armstrong
Following the team's recent 4-2 loss at Phoenix Coyotes on 28-10-2006, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Derek Armstrong did not leave the bench after the game for a while. I wanted to go over some things that have been troubling his game lately, said Rob Blake

28-10-2006 Tim Jackman frustrated
Los Angeles Kings right wing Tim Jackman feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of USA, Tim Jackman was originally drafted to the NHL by the Columbus Blue Jackets in the 2nd round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 27 NHL games during his career, notching 1 goals and adding 2 assists along with 37 penalty minutes. The 24 year old right wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 14 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 2+4=6 with 12 PIM.


27-10-2006 Lauri Tukonen resumes light training.
Manchester Monarch right wing Lauri Tukonen has resumed light training after his injury and is listed day to day.

27-10-2006 Lauri Tukonen injured.
Lauri Tukonen of Manchester Monarch suffered injury during tonights minorleague game against the Rockfort Icehogs. He is expected to be sidelined for about a week . They just want to be careful after what happened to my back last time - it doesn't feel very serious though, the injured player commented.

26-10-2006 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Alexander Frolov is looking good with 4 points in 3 games last week. Mike Cammalleri is looking good with a 5 game point scoring streak with 2 game goalstreak. Anze Kopitar is looking good with 4 points in 3 games last week.

Who's cold

Marty Murray is down on his game pulling a 12 game streak without registering a single point. Jaroslav Modry has played 12 games without a goal. Alyn McCauley has lost his sights and is now 9 games without a goal. Dan Cloutier hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Brian Willsie has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Mathieu Garon has been chilly and allowed 13 goals in 3 games. Derek Armstrong has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Patrick O'Sullivan has lost his sights and is now 12 games without a goal. Matt Moulson has lost his sights and is now 12 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



25-10-2006 Yutaka Fukufuji frustrated
Los Angeles Kings goaltender Yutaka Fukufuji feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Japan, Yutaka Fukufuji was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 8th round of the 2004 entry draft. He has not yet played at NHL level. The 24 year old goaltender has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 5 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 0+0=0 with 0 PIM.


25-10-2006 Noah Clarke frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Noah Clarke feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of USA, Noah Clarke was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 9th round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 7 NHL games during his career, notching 0 goals and adding 1 assists along with 0 penalty minutes. The 27 year old left wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 12 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 1+2=3 with 0 PIM.


25-10-2006 Raitis Ivanans frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Raitis Ivanans feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Latvia, Raitis Ivanans, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 4 NHL games during his career, notching 0 goals and adding 0 assists along with 9 penalty minutes. The 27 year old left wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 12 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 1+1=2 with 16 PIM.


24-10-2006 Team captain meets with Dustin Brown
Following the team's recent 3-5 loss against Phoenix Coyotes on 24-10-2006, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Dustin Brown did not leave the dressing room for some time. I think it was time to get some things out of the way, said Rob Blake

23-10-2006 Team captain meets with Derek Armstrong
Following the team's recent 3-4 loss against Anaheim Ducks on 22-10-2006, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Derek Armstrong were seen outside the dressing room going over some things. He has had some trouble chipping in, so I thought it was time for a little chat, said Rob Blake

22-10-2006 Jamie Lundmark speaks up.
Jamie Lundmark is disappointed in the team tactics after averaging 11 minutes in the last five games. He wants more icetime.

21-10-2006 Jack Johnson resumes full training.
Manchester Monarch defenseman Jack Johnson has resumed full training after his injury.

19-10-2006 Tom Kostopoulos frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Tom Kostopoulos feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Tom Kostopoulos was originally drafted to the NHL by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 7th round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 164 NHL games during his career, notching 19 goals and adding 30 assists along with 192 penalty minutes. The 27 year old left wing has played 9 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 1+0=1 with 16 PIM.


19-10-2006 Player of the week: Jamie Lundmark (C)
NHL has awarded Jamie Lundmark (C) of Los Angeles Kings as Player Of The Week He registered 7 goals and 3 assists for 10 points in 4 games last week.

A native of Canada, Jamie Lundmark was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Rangers in the 1st round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 173 NHL games during his career, notching 29 goals and adding 42 assists along with 115 penalty minutes. The 25 year old center has played 9 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 9+4=13 with 4 PIM.


19-10-2006 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Oleg Tverdovsky is looking good with 7 points in 4 games last week. Rob Blake is looking good with 5 points in 4 games last week. Lubomir Visnovsky is looking steady with 3 points in 4 games last week. Alexander Frolov is looking good with 7 points in 4 games last week. Jamie Lundmark is looking good with 10 points in 4 games last week. Mike Cammalleri is looking good with 5 points in 4 games last week.

Who's cold

Marty Murray has lost his sights and is now 9 games without a goal. Jaroslav Modry is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Alyn McCauley has lost his sights and is now 6 games without a goal. Brian Willsie has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Mathieu Garon has been chilly and allowed 16 goals in 4 games. Tom Kostopoulos has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Patrick O'Sullivan has lost his sights and is now 9 games without a goal. Matt Moulson has lost his sights and is now 9 games without a goal. Anze Kopitar has lost his sights and is now 6 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



18-10-2006 Alexander Frolov frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Alexander Frolov feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Russia, Alexander Frolov was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 1st round of the 2000 entry draft. He has appeared in 233 NHL games during his career, notching 64 goals and adding 81 assists along with 106 penalty minutes. The 24 year old left wing has played 8 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 5+7=12 with 8 PIM.


17-10-2006 Jack Johnson injured.
Jack Johnson of Manchester Monarch suffered ankle injury during tonights minorleague game against the Omaha Ak-Sar-Ben Knights. He is expected to be sidelined for a couple of days . It's nothing, just two good guys goin' at it - nobody got seriously hurt, he quoted before being taken to the hospital for tests.

14-10-2006 Jamie Lundmark frustrated
Los Angeles Kings center Jamie Lundmark feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Jamie Lundmark was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Rangers in the 1st round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 170 NHL games during his career, notching 24 goals and adding 40 assists along with 113 penalty minutes. The 25 year old center has played 6 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 4+2=6 with 2 PIM.


12-10-2006 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Alexander Frolov is looking good with 6 points in 3 games last week. Mike Cammalleri is looking good with a 3 game point scoring streak with 3 game goalstreak. Anze Kopitar is looking good with 7 points in 3 games last week.

Who's cold

Marty Murray has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal. Brian Willsie has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Mathieu Garon has been chilly and allowed 12 goals in 3 games. Jason LaBarbera hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Kevin Dallman has been a healthy scratch in his last five games. Dustin Brown has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal. Patrick O'Sullivan has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal. Matt Moulson has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



10-10-2006 Brian Boyle injured.
Brian Boyle of Manchester Monarch suffered injury during tonights minorleague game against the Worchester Sharks. He is expected to be sidelined for almost a month . There's no operation necessary. It's a third-degree separation. We'll know better in a couple of days how bad it really is and go from there, he commented to the media.

9-10-2006 Tom Kostopoulos frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Tom Kostopoulos feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Tom Kostopoulos was originally drafted to the NHL by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 7th round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 159 NHL games during his career, notching 19 goals and adding 30 assists along with 180 penalty minutes. The 27 year old left wing has played 4 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 1+0=1 with 4 PIM.


6-10-2006 Alexander Frolov frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Alexander Frolov feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Russia, Alexander Frolov was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 1st round of the 2000 entry draft. He has appeared in 228 NHL games during his career, notching 60 goals and adding 78 assists along with 104 penalty minutes. The 24 year old left wing has played 3 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 1+4=5 with 6 PIM.


6-10-2006 Noah Clarke frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Noah Clarke feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of USA, Noah Clarke was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 9th round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 7 NHL games during his career, notching 0 goals and adding 1 assists along with 0 penalty minutes. The 27 year old left wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 3 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 0+2=2 with 0 PIM.


5-10-2006 Team captain meets with Jamie Lundmark
Following the team's recent 4-0 loss at Anaheim Ducks on 3-10-2006, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Jamie Lundmark did not leave the bench after the game for a while. I wanted to go over some things that have been troubling his game lately, said Rob Blake

5-10-2006 Weekly team report
Who's hot

No-one is especially hot at the moment.

Who's cold

Mathieu Garon has been chilly and allowed 8 goals in 2 games.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



4-10-2006 Jamie Lundmark frustrated
Los Angeles Kings center Jamie Lundmark feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Jamie Lundmark was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Rangers in the 1st round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 166 NHL games during his career, notching 21 goals and adding 38 assists along with 111 penalty minutes. The 25 year old center has played 2 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 1+0=1 with 0 PIM.


1-10-2006 Raitis Ivanans frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Raitis Ivanans feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Latvia, Raitis Ivanans, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 4 NHL games during his career, notching 0 goals and adding 0 assists along with 9 penalty minutes. The 27 year old left wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He has played 1 games with the Manchester Monarch this season, totalling 0+0=0 with 0 PIM.


30-9-2006 Jamie Lundmark frustrated
Los Angeles Kings center Jamie Lundmark feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Jamie Lundmark was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Rangers in the 1st round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 164 NHL games during his career, notching 20 goals and adding 38 assists along with 111 penalty minutes. The 25 year old center is looking forward for the start of the season.


30-9-2006 Media rates the best players in the league
GOALTENDER
NameOFDFOAAgeTeam
Martin BrodeurA-BA-34New Jersey Devils
Roberto LuongoA-A-A-27Vancouver Canucks
Nikolai KhabibulinBB-B33Chicago Blackhawks
Miikka KiprusoffBBB29Calgary Flames
Henrik LundqvistBB-B24Minnesota Wild
Tomas VokounB-BB30New York Rangers
Marty TurcoBBB31Dallas Stars
Jose TheodoreBBB30Colorado Avalanche
Felix PotvinBB-B35San Jose Sharks
Jean-Sebastien GiguereB-B-B-29Anaheim Ducks
DEFENSEMAN
NameOFDFOAAgeTeam
Nicklas LidstromBA-A-36Anaheim Ducks
Scott NiedermayerBB-B33Anaheim Ducks
Chris ProngerB-A-B31Detroit Red Wings
Rob BlakeB-BB-36Los Angeles Kings
Zdeno CharaB-A-B-29Boston Bruins
Wade ReddenB-B-B-29Ottawa Senators
Tomas Kaberle78747928Toronto Maple Leafs
Sergei ZubovB-B-B-36Dallas Stars
Brian RafalskiB-B-B-33New Jersey Devils
Chris PhillipsCBB-29Ottawa Senators
LEFT WING
NameOFDFOAAgeTeam
Teemu SelanneBB-B36Anaheim Ducks
Mike KnubleBB-B34Philadelphia Flyers
Patrik EliasBB-B30New Jersey Devils
Daniel SedinBBB26Vancouver Canucks
Ilya KovalchukA-CB23Atlanta Thrashers
Mike FisherBB-B-26Ottawa Senators
Keith TkachukBCB-34Atlanta Thrashers
Markus NaslundBCB-33Vancouver Canucks
Henrik ZetterbergBCB-25Nashville Predators
Rick NashBB-B-22Columbus Blue Jackets
CENTER
NameOFDFOAAgeTeam
Joe ThorntonAB-A-27San Jose Sharks
Peter ForsbergAB-A-33Nashville Predators
Joe SakicBB-B37Colorado Avalanche
Vincent LecavalierA-B-B26Tampa Bay Lightning
Sergei FedorovB-B-B36Columbus Blue Jackets
Pavol DemitraA-CB31Minnesota Wild
Mats Sundin83718135Toronto Maple Leafs
Eric StaalA-B-B21Carolina Hurricanes
Rod Brind'AmourB-B-B-36Carolina Hurricanes
Chris DruryBB-B-30Buffalo Sabres
RIGHT WING
NameOFDFOAAgeTeam
Jaromir JagrAB-B34New York Rangers
Jarome IginlaBB-B29Calgary Flames
Mike ModanoBCB36Dallas Stars
Marian HossaA-B-B27Atlanta Thrashers
Alexander OvechkinA-B-B21Washington Capitals
Paul KariyaBCB-31Nashville Predators
Daniel AlfredssonBB-B-33Ottawa Senators
Martin St. LouisBCB-31Tampa Bay Lightning
Dany HeatleyBB-B-25Ottawa Senators
Marian GaborikBCB-24Minnesota Wild


28-9-2006 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Oleg Tverdovsky is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week. Rob Blake is looking steady with 3 points in 3 games last week. Lubomir Visnovsky is looking good with 4 points in 3 games last week. Alexander Frolov is looking good with 5 points in 3 games last week. Mike Cammalleri is looking good with 7 points in 3 games last week. Anze Kopitar is looking good with 6 points in 3 games last week.

Who's cold

Marty Murray has lost his sights and is now 8 games without a goal. Dan Cloutier hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Mathieu Garon has been chilly and allowed 12 goals in 3 games. Tom Kostopoulos has lost his sights and is now 6 games without a goal. Jamie Lundmark is looking out of place on the ice despite notching 2 points last week. Patrick O'Sullivan has lost his sights and is now 8 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



27-9-2006 Team captain meets with Jamie Lundmark
Following the team's recent 3-3 tie against Minnesota Wild on 25-9-2006, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Jamie Lundmark were seen outside the dressing room going over some things. He has had some trouble chipping in, so I thought it was time for a little chat, said Rob Blake

23-9-2006 Kevin Dallman frustrated
Los Angeles Kings defenseman Kevin Dallman feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Kevin Dallman, was originally signed as a free agent to the NHL. He has appeared in 67 NHL games during his career, notching 4 goals and adding 10 assists along with 29 penalty minutes. The 25 year old defenseman has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season.


21-9-2006 Weekly team report
Who's hot

No-one is especially hot at the moment.

Who's cold

Marty Murray has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal. Dan Cloutier hasn't got a chance to start in the last five games. Mathieu Garon has been chilly and allowed 11 goals in 2 games. Dustin Brown has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal. Patrick O'Sullivan has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal. Matt Moulson has lost his sights and is now 5 games without a goal.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



17-9-2006 Team captain meets with Tom Kostopoulos
Following the team's recent 2-6 loss against San Jose Sharks on 16-9-2006, Los Angeles Kings captain Rob Blake and Tom Kostopoulos did not leave the dressing room for some time. I think it was time to get some things out of the way, said Rob Blake

16-9-2006 Team captain meets with Patrick O'Sullivan
Team captain Rob Blake called a short meeting with Patrick O'Sullivan after practice today to discuss some issues that have affected his play. I have to take the brunt of this, said Patrick O'Sullivan as he left the ice. My play has not been up to snuff and if I'm not contributing more, I have to work harder.

15-9-2006 Mike Cammalleri frustrated
Los Angeles Kings right wing Mike Cammalleri feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Mike Cammalleri was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 2nd round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 111 NHL games during his career, notching 32 goals and adding 34 assists along with 72 penalty minutes. The 24 year old right wing has played 3 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 1+2=3 with 0 PIM.


14-9-2006 Jamie Lundmark frustrated
Los Angeles Kings center Jamie Lundmark feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Jamie Lundmark was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Rangers in the 1st round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 167 NHL games during his career, notching 21 goals and adding 39 assists along with 113 penalty minutes. The 25 year old center has played 3 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season, totalling 1+1=2 with 2 PIM.


14-9-2006 Weekly team report
Who's hot

No-one is especially hot at the moment.

Who's cold

No-one is especially cold at the moment.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



13-9-2006 Shay Stephenson uncertain about future
Shay Stephenson wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

7-9-2006 Tim Jackman frustrated
Los Angeles Kings right wing Tim Jackman feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of USA, Tim Jackman was originally drafted to the NHL by the Columbus Blue Jackets in the 2nd round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 27 NHL games during his career, notching 1 goals and adding 2 assists along with 37 penalty minutes. The 24 year old right wing has not yet played for the Los Angeles Kings this season.


7-9-2006 Weekly team report
Who's hot

Alexander Frolov is looking good with 2 points in 1 games last week.

Who's cold

Mathieu Garon has been chilly and allowed 4 goals in 1 games.

Trainer's room

No injuries at the moment.



6-9-2006 Tom Kostopoulos frustrated
Los Angeles Kings left wing Tom Kostopoulos feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Tom Kostopoulos was originally drafted to the NHL by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 7th round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 155 NHL games during his career, notching 18 goals and adding 30 assists along with 176 penalty minutes. The 27 year old left wing is waiting for a good start this season.


5-9-2006 Tim Jackman frustrated
Los Angeles Kings right wing Tim Jackman feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of USA, Tim Jackman was originally drafted to the NHL by the Columbus Blue Jackets in the 2nd round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 27 NHL games during his career, notching 1 goals and adding 2 assists along with 37 penalty minutes. The 24 year old right wing is getting ready for the upcoming season.


31-8-2006 Mike Cammalleri frustrated
Los Angeles Kings right wing Mike Cammalleri feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a core player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Mike Cammalleri was originally drafted to the NHL by the Los Angeles Kings in the 2nd round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 108 NHL games during his career, notching 31 goals and adding 32 assists along with 72 penalty minutes. The 24 year old right wing is looking forward for the start of the season.


29-8-2006 Barry Brust uncertain about future
Barry Brust wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

29-8-2006 Matt Zaba uncertain about future
Matt Zaba wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

29-8-2006 Marty Guerin uncertain about future
Marty Guerin wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

30-6-2006 Sean Burke retires
Sean Burke has retired from professional hockey.

30-6-2006 Training camp preview
Los Angeles Kings will arrange the annual training camp starting on September 14th. Players reporting to the training camp with either Los Angeles Kings and Ontario Reign:
- Oleg Tverdovsky D
- Marty Murray C
- Aaron Miller D
- Danny Taylor G
- Rob Blake D
- Jaroslav Modry D
- Lubomir Visnovsky D
- Jeff Giuliano L
- Scott Thornton L
- Alyn McCauley R
- Dan Cloutier G
- Matt Ryan C
- Mike Weaver D
- Brian Willsie R
- Mathieu Garon G
- Derek Armstrong R
- Petr Kanko R
- Brendan Buckley D
- Tom Kostopoulos R
- Yutaka Fukufuji G
- Jason LaBarbera G
- Alexander Frolov L
- Noah Clarke L
- Jamie Lundmark C
- Kevin Dallman D
- Tim Jackman R
- Mike Cammalleri R
- Richard Petiot D
- Shay Stephenson L
- Jamie Heward D
- Raitis Ivanans L
- Ryan Murphy R
- John Zeiler R
- Joey Mormina L
- Barry Brust G
- Greg Hogeboom R
- Dustin Brown R
- Patrick O'Sullivan C
- Matt Moulson L
- Dany Roussin L
- Ned Lukacevic L
- Doug Nolan D
- Lauri Tukonen R
- Anze Kopitar C
- Mark Ardelan D
- Brendan Bernakevitch C
- Jon Francisco C
- Jonathan Bernier G
- Trevor Lewis C
- Gabe Gauthier R

Players reporting out of shape:
- Lubomir Visnovsky D
- Matt Ryan C
- Mike Weaver D
- Petr Kanko R
- Tom Kostopoulos R
- Ryan Murphy R
- Dustin Brown R
- Ned Lukacevic L
- Doug Nolan D

Players reporting in good shape:
- Oleg Tverdovsky D
- Jaroslav Modry D
- Jeff Giuliano L
- Noah Clarke L
- Mike Cammalleri R
- Jamie Heward D
- Raitis Ivanans L
- Barry Brust G
- Matt Moulson L
- Brendan Bernakevitch C
- Jon Francisco C


30-6-2006 Derek Clancey leaves team
Derek Clanceys contract has expired and he has left the team.

28-6-2006 Marc Crawford praises Mikael Backlund
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young center Mikael Backlund in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.



27-6-2006 Tim Jackman frustrated
Los Angeles Kings right wing Tim Jackman feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of USA, Tim Jackman was originally drafted to the NHL by the Columbus Blue Jackets in the 2nd round of the 2001 entry draft. He has appeared in 27 NHL games during his career, notching 1 goals and adding 2 assists along with 37 penalty minutes. The 24 year old right wing is eagerly waiting to hit the ice once the season starts.


25-6-2006 Marc Crawford praises Vladimir Karpov
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young left wing Vladimir Karpov in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.



24-6-2006 Options to be confirmed tomorrow
The following players' contract options need to be confirmed tomorrow:


29-6-2006 Marc Crawford praises Robert Bortuzzo
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young defenseman Robert Bortuzzo in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.



30-6-2006 Training camp preview
Los Angeles Kings will arrange the annual training camp starting on September 14th. Players reporting to the training camp with either Los Angeles Kings and Manchester Monarchs:
- Oleg Tverdovsky D
- Marty Murray C
- Aaron Miller D
- Danny Taylor G
- Rob Blake D
- Jaroslav Modry D
- Lubomir Visnovsky D
- Jeff Giuliano L
- Sean Burke G
- Scott Thornton L
- Alyn McCauley R
- Dan Cloutier G
- Matt Ryan C
- Mike Weaver D
- Brian Willsie R
- Mathieu Garon G
- Derek Armstrong R
- Petr Kanko R
- Brendan Buckley D
- Tom Kostopoulos R
- Yutaka Fukufuji G
- Jason LaBarbera G
- Alexander Frolov L
- Noah Clarke L
- Jamie Lundmark C
- Kevin Dallman D
- Tim Jackman R
- Mike Cammalleri R
- Richard Petiot D
- Shay Stephenson L
- Jamie Heward D
- Raitis Ivanans L
- Ryan Murphy R
- John Zeiler R
- Joey Mormina L
- Barry Brust G
- Greg Hogeboom R
- Dustin Brown R
- Patrick O'Sullivan C
- Matt Moulson L
- Dany Roussin L
- Ned Lukacevic L
- Doug Nolan D
- Lauri Tukonen R
- Anze Kopitar C
- Mark Ardelan D
- Brendan Bernakevitch C
- Jon Francisco C
- Jonathan Bernier G
- Trevor Lewis C
- Gabe Gauthier R

Players reporting out of shape:
- Oleg Tverdovsky D
- Danny Taylor G
- Matt Ryan C
- Mathieu Garon G
- Alexander Frolov L
- Barry Brust G
- Doug Nolan D
- Anze Kopitar C
- Jon Francisco C

Players reporting in good shape:
- Rob Blake D
- Alyn McCauley R
- Mike Weaver D
- Brendan Buckley D
- Mike Cammalleri R
- Raitis Ivanans L
- Ryan Murphy R
- Greg Hogeboom R
- Dustin Brown R
- Patrick O'Sullivan C
- Matt Moulson L
- Gabe Gauthier R


30-6-2006 Derek Clancey leaves team
Derek Clanceys contract has expired and he has left the team.

27-6-2006 Marc Crawford praises Jonathan Blum
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young defenseman Jonathan Blum in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.



23-6-2006 Tom Kostopoulos frustrated
Los Angeles Kings right wing Tom Kostopoulos feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Tom Kostopoulos was originally drafted to the NHL by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 7th round of the 1999 entry draft. He has appeared in 155 NHL games during his career, notching 18 goals and adding 30 assists along with 176 penalty minutes. The 27 year old right wing is getting ready for the upcoming season.


23-6-2006 Marc Crawford praises Tysen Dowzak
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young defenseman Tysen Dowzak in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.



23-6-2006 Marc Crawford praises Stefan Legein
Los Angeles Kings head coach Marc Crawford has praised young right wing Stefan Legein in his latest interviews. Altough he seems very fond of this highly skilled youngster, he didn't want to comment on his team's strategy concerning the upcoming draft.



24-6-2006 Options to be confirmed tomorrow
The following players' contract options need to be confirmed tomorrow:


23-6-2006 Contracts expiring !
The following players' contracts are going to expire in one week:


23-6-2006 Contracts expiring !
The following staff members' contracts are going to expire in one week:
-Derek Clancey(farm)


21-6-2006 Jeff Giuliano uncertain about future
Jeff Giuliano wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

21-6-2006 Tom Kostopoulos uncertain about future
Tom Kostopoulos wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

21-6-2006 Yutaka Fukufuji uncertain about future
Yutaka Fukufuji wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

21-6-2006 Jason LaBarbera uncertain about future
Jason LaBarbera wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

21-6-2006 Jason LaBarbera frustrated
Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jason LaBarbera feels frustrated about his position in the organization. He feels he's good enough to be a regular player for the team and wonders why the organization still considers him a minor league player.

A native of Canada, Jason LaBarbera was originally drafted to the NHL by the New York Rangers in the 3rd round of the 1998 entry draft. He has appeared in 34 NHL games during his career, booking 1 career shutouts and allowing 85 goals. The 26 year old goaltender is eagerly waiting to hit the ice once the season starts.


21-6-2006 Alexander Frolov uncertain about future
Alexander Frolov wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

21-6-2006 Noah Clarke uncertain about future
Noah Clarke wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

21-6-2006 Jamie Lundmark uncertain about future
Jamie Lundmark wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

21-6-2006 Kevin Dallman uncertain about future
Kevin Dallman wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

21-6-2006 Tim Jackman uncertain about future
Tim Jackman wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

21-6-2006 Mike Cammalleri uncertain about future
Mike Cammalleri wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

21-6-2006 Richard Petiot uncertain about future
Richard Petiot wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

21-6-2006 Raitis Ivanans uncertain about future
Raitis Ivanans wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

21-6-2006 Ryan Murphy uncertain about future
Ryan Murphy wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

21-6-2006 John Zeiler uncertain about future
John Zeiler wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

21-6-2006 Joey Mormina uncertain about future
Joey Mormina wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

21-6-2006 Greg Hogeboom uncertain about future
Greg Hogeboom wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

21-6-2006 Mark Ardelan uncertain about future
Mark Ardelan wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

21-6-2006 Brendan Bernakevitch uncertain about future
Brendan Bernakevitch wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

21-6-2006 Jon Francisco uncertain about future
Jon Francisco wants clarification on his future as he no longer can be considered a prospect. He wants you to clarify his status in the organization.

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