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09-23-2006, 09:52 PM
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The Kings' fortunes up front will rest heavily on the continued maturation of their young guns. Cammalleri, Frolov and Brown have all proven that they can play at a top level, but must continue to put up numbers that justify management's huge investment of faith and their abilities. Nobody is 100-percent sure what prospects O'Sullivan and Kopitar will bring to the proceedings, but there is certainly the potential for them to be major contributors as the season progresses. Yet, even with so much uncertainty, there is still a proven core of veteran forwards that can be counted on for representative performances. Plus, Crawford has already guaranteed that his team will play an attacking, entertaining brand of hockey that should showcase the arsenal of skills inherent in Los Angeles' collection of forwards.
That's a bang-on assessment, IMO.

I agree with most of what was said in the overall report as well...

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