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The Hockey Writers

Kings News & Rumors: Doughty, Hakanpaa, Line Changes, & More

In this edition of Los Angeles Kings News & Rumors, I’ll be discussing the recent injury to Drew Doughty and how the team proceeds without him. I’ll also be discussing…

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Blues top Kings as Doughty misses game after knee injury

Doughty was scratched after taking a knee-to-knee hit from Dallas' Jani Hakanpaa on Friday night


Kings defenceman Drew Doughty exits game with knee injury

Los Angeles Kings defenceman Drew Doughty suffered a knee injury after a collision with Dallas Stars defenceman Jani Hakanpää The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.

The Hockey Writers

NHL Rumors: Kings, Blues, Blackhawks, Senators, Canadiens

In today’s NHL rumors rundown, the Los Angeles Kings might be getting good news after what looked like a serious injury to defenseman Drew Doughty. Meanwhile, the status on a…

Defending Big D

No Place Like Home, Stars Defeat Kings 3-2 in Overtime

Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports A win is a win is a win. The Dallas Stars open the season at home in the American Airlines Center tonight, their first time playing to a full capacity crowd at home since March 10, 2020, and a 4-2 loss against the New York Rangers. The season is only four games old but the Stars have been mercurial at best, currently at 2 wins and 2 losses in the early season. They’ve lost John Klingberg to injury in the first game of the season against the Rangers, and Blake Comeau and Jason Robertson have been out since training camp. The two wins...

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Kings News & Rumors: Injuries, Petersen, 4th Line & More

In this edition of Los Angeles Kings News & Rumors, I break down the team’s early-season injuries and Calvin Petersen’s strong effort from his birthday game versus the Nashville Predators.…

St. Louis Game Time

Blues at Golden Knights Preview: Stone cold

Photo by Ethan Miller/ Vegas is coming off of a rough loss to the Kings... almost a week ago. If you thought that the Blues waiting until last Saturday to start their season was odd, the Vegas Golden Knights haven’t played a game since October 14th. They’ve had nearly a bye week since their 6-2 drubbing by the Los Angeles Kings. The Blues, on the other hand, are playing their third game in five days. Don’t assume that Vegas is well-rested by any means. They’re in the same boat that the Colorado Avalanche were - they’re perforated by injuries. Max Pacioretty...

Knights On Ice

Pacioretty week-to-week, Stone day-to-day for Vegas

Photo by Juan Ocampo/NHLI via At least one-third of the Golden Knights’ top line will miss time. Thursday’s 6-2 loss against the Los Angeles Kings proved to be quite costly for the Vegas Golden Knights. Elliotte Friedman reported that Max Pacioretty is out approximately six weeks early Saturday morning. Vegas suffered some injuries during Thursday’s loss to LA. Hearing Max Pacioretty out approximately 6 weeks, while Golden Knights await further clarity on Mark Stone. Tough early-season blow.— Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) October 16, 2021 Later, there...

Times Herald

Sabres add new defenseman, claim Christian Wolanin off waivers

BUFFALO – The Sabres added depth to their defense corps today, claiming Christian Wolanin off waivers from the Los Angeles Kings. The move comes a day after the Sabres announced they will be without defenseman Henri Jokiharju for at least two weeks after he suffered a lower-body injury in Thursday’s 5-1 season-opening win over the Montreal Canadiens. With Jokiharju injured, the Sabres had only six defensemen on the roster before claiming Wolanin. To make room ... Read the full article

Knights On Ice

Mark Stone leaves with injury in Golden Knights’ 6-2 loss to Kings

Photo by Juan Ocampo/NHLI via Laurent Brossoit made his Golden Knights debut in a relief appearance. The Vegas Golden Knights traveled to Los Angeles for their first road game of the season to play the Kings but came up short in a very unimpressive 6-2 loss. Mark Stone left the game with a non-contact injury in the second period. He was injured after taking an innocent-looking shot, and he had to be helped to the locker room. He appeared unable to put much pressure on his legs and did not return to the game. Mark Stone forces the turnover, fires off a shot and is...

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Kings’ opening night roster is all but official

The team remains hopeful that forward Lias Andersson will be ready for Thursday despite leaving the preseason finale with a lower-body injury and missing practice Monday.

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King’s News & Rumors: Byfield Injury, Clarke, & More

In this edition of Kings News & Rumors, I discuss the recent injury to Quinton Byfield, the praise Brandt Clarke received from the Ontario Hockey League media, and the Ontario…

Last Word on Hockey

Los Angeles Kings Quinton Byfield Out With Lower Body Injury

The Los Angeles Kings announced that centreman Quinton Byfield is sidelined indefinitely with a lower-body injury following a pre-season matchup on Oct 5th between the Kings and the Arizona Coyotes. Further update from LA on Byfield. Shame to see, was going to start the season with the Kings. pic.twitter.com/8kPUyQYrC3 — Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) October 6, […] The post Los Angeles Kings Quinton Byfield Out With Lower Body Injury appeared first on Last Word On Hockey.

CBC News

Kings' Quinton Byfield helped off the ice after hit in preseason loss

Quinton Byfield, the second overall pick in the 2020 NHL draft, suffered a lower body injury during the third period of the Los Angeles Kings' 4-1 loss to the Arizona Coyotes in a preseason game Tuesday night.

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Kings’ Quinton Byfield ‘week-to-week’ with lower-body injury

The 2020 No. 2 overall pick and center prospect, who had been playing well in training camp, was injured against the boards Tuesday night against Arizona.

Tim and Sid: Brief removal of Kings' Quick causing concussion conundrum

Tim and Sid discuss the current concussion protocol in the NHL, how it might not be doing its job, and needs to be reevaluated.

Gaborik finally nets his first goal of the season

After battling injury problems to start the year and a slow first couple games back, Kings forward Marian Gaborik finally scores his first goal of the season.