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deeshamrock 09-11-2013 04:32 PM

Kings training camp schedule; Group A and B
 
The schedule for practice effective 9/12.

http://www.examiner.com/article/los-...-camp-schedule

Toffoli is not in the group (B) with Carter and Richards , so I guess Frattin or maybe Kitsyn or Pearson will get a chance there, they're listed in the same group for LW

Johnny Utah 09-11-2013 04:41 PM

I have been saying this all summer. No way DS and DL move a young player to his off wing to play opposite wing of a player of the same type, ie Carter. So Mike Richards and his numerous concussions plays between two goal scorers? Come on. That would mean in the Kings top 6 forwards only Brown is the really physical forward? That won't fly.

Penner, King and Clifford were the LW's last year for that line. What do they all have in common. Size.

I foresee Frattin and Carcillo competing for that spot. Carcillo is familiar with Richie/Carts and has played with them and Frattin has a lot to prove because this is his spot for the taking...he has the size, shot, skating, checking ability and skill.

Johnny Utah 09-11-2013 04:44 PM

Also, notice Greene is in the same group as Muzzin.

Bye, bye one of Martinez, Schultz or Ellerby.

deeshamrock 09-11-2013 05:42 PM

Quote:

Also, notice Greene is in the same group as Muzzin.

Bye, bye one of Martinez, Schultz or Ellerby.
Carolina is shopping for D...

ScoreZeGoals 09-11-2013 06:34 PM

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Originally Posted by Johnny Utah (Post 71015497)
I have been saying this all summer. No way DS and DL move a young player to his off wing to play opposite wing of a player of the same type, ie Carter. So Mike Richards and his numerous concussions plays between two goal scorers? Come on. That would mean in the Kings top 6 forwards only Brown is the really physical forward? That won't fly.

Penner, King and Clifford were the LW's last year for that line. What do they all have in common. Size.

I foresee Frattin and Carcillo competing for that spot. Carcillo is familiar with Richie/Carts and has played with them and Frattin has a lot to prove because this is his spot for the taking...he has the size, shot, skating, checking ability and skill.

Know what they also have in common? They were pretty much the only options we had throughout most of the season and that spot kept getting shuffled because they all sucked on that line. Frattin is the logical choice for that spot, but if Carcillo ends up there, that would be horrific

MsWoof 09-11-2013 06:34 PM

Please let it be Ellerby

Reaper45 09-11-2013 06:35 PM

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Originally Posted by Johnny Utah (Post 71015573)
Also, notice Greene is in the same group as Muzzin.

Bye, bye one of Martinez, Schultz or Ellerby.

So is Schultz. If Sutter is so obsessed with size you can't get much bigger than Schultz. I wouldn't get on the Muzzin bandwagon just yet.

Johnny Utah 09-11-2013 07:05 PM

Schultz is big but he plays like a softy. He is not a hard player to play against. Kings modo has been hard and heavy for many years, that is not Schultz, who has fallen out of favor with 2 coaches in Washington.


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