Yeah he also was one of the first cuts this year and was totally invisible...I just think he thinks some time in the pros...Schenn and Clifford on the other hand looked good in the pre-season and looked to fit in with there size and skills.
Brayden Schenn will play tonight, will wear No. 55 and will skate between Frolov and Brown. It’s a one-game deal and he will only stay longer if he signs an entry-level contract, which is still possible.
– Dean Lombardi said he didn’t consider Oscar Moller to be a strong option because the Kings now consider Moller’s future to be as a winger.
– Rob Scuderi and Jarret Stoll are both out for tonight’s game, leaving the Kings — other than Schenn — with the same lineup as last night.
– Doctors finally got Andrei Loktionov’s dislocated shoulder in place last night, and he was able to spend the night in an Edmonton hotel room.
In each of our last 3 victories, we have lost a player to injury. Scuderi in Tampa, Smyth in Florida, and now Loktionov in Edmonton. All on the road, too. If that is what the Hockey Gods want, then so be it.
I propose the following:
1) The sacrificial offering of one prospect per game for the rest of the season. Their ritual injuries will clearly ensure victory.
2) For conservational purposes, we should probably only do this before games against the West. Perhaps only divisional games in order to maximize efficiency.
3) As the prospect pool thins, we shall need to do two things. First, sign more prospects. Second, as the quality of our sacrifices shall become reasonably shoddy by the New Year, we will need to sacrfice more at a time, which will necessitate even more scouting and prospect signing. This is what Lombardi REALLY meant by success through the draft.
I agree with Zad. If DL/TM doesn't have faith in EE, then he shouldn't be on the roster. We need a backup that can take some of the pressure off Quick. Surely there's a decent veteran backup available somewhere.
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There is a thing on there so you can preview the quality if you are curious what it looks like.
EDIT: THere is also an archive going back to 2008.
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