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Royal Reflections: Speaking with LA Kings Alum Hubie McDonough

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While he did spend some time with the organization as a player, the vast majority of Hubie McDonough‘s contributions to the Los Angeles Kings came in a different capacity, helping to shape the future of the club first in his hometown of Manchester, New Hampshire, and, most recently, in nearby ...

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Royal Reflections: Speaking with LA Kings Alum Jeff Giuliano

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It’s a profession that can take you anywhere in the world. For some, the options are as far as the eye can see and for others, it’s slim pickings. Regardless, there’s always been something special about professional athletes having the privilege of playing in or near their hometown. For one ...

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Royal Reflections: Speaking with LA Kings Alum George Parros

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Not only was he one of the toughest fighters in the game but also one of its most popular personalities. Over the course of his professional career, which has since transitioned into an integral role with the National Hockey League, George Parros has garnered respect as one of hockey’s most ...

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Royal Reflections: Speaking with LA Kings Alum Jared Aulin

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We have all been in walks of life where those who supported us the most had left us, although most commonly via resignation or dismissal. For Jared Aulin, that was no different but for the former NHLer, it was under tragic circumstances. When Aulin was acquired by the Los Angeles ...

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Monarchs’ Richard Seeley on Alex Roach: “The Biggest Thing is Consistency”

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Defense wins championships. The old adage has been proven right by the Los Angeles Kings, who have won two Stanley Cups in three years. In recent years, though, they have had to part ways with some talented blueliners. From Rob Scuderi and Willie Mitchell to Robyn Regehr, Slava Voynov and ...

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Discussing Nick Shore with LA Kings Asst GM Rob Blake

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The Los Angeles Kings are off to one of their greatest starts in franchise history, and while they have received plenty of support from their biggest names, it has been a contribution-by-committee method used towards said success. That includes the club’s unsung talent which has flown under the radar of ...

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LA Kings Nelson Emerson on Jordan Weal's Development: “He's Done Everything That We've Asked”

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When the Los Angeles Kings missed the playoffs in 2009, there was very little worry, next to no frustration. Yes, it had been a playoff miss for the seventh-straight year for Kings but unlike in previous years, there was a ray of light shining through. Drew Doughty had wrapped up ...

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Manchester to LA: The Case for Calder Cup MVP Jordan Weal

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With the belief that Justin Williams and Jarret Stoll will not be returning next season, the Los Angeles Kings will likely be dipping into their future to kick off the 2015-16 campaign. But while there are a few candidates on the verge of making the jump to the NHL, none ...

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Manchester Monarchs Sign Netminder Doug Carr

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MANCHESTER, N.H. — Richard Seeley, head coach of the ECHL‘s Manchester Monarchs announced today that the club has signed goaltender Doug Carr to a standard player’s contract. In addition, the Monarchs have released netminder Steve Mastalerz and assigned Joel Lowry to AHL-Ontario. Carr, 26, played three games in the AHL ...

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