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08-06-2005, 01:05 PM
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Originally Posted by jt
You better put Cammy in there...there's no room for him on the Kings unless they trade someone...maybe Brown too.

There is room. Klatt's most likely departure opens up another wing spot.


Two spots available right now and even if Klatt returns, 1 spot open. I doubt it though from what I've heard and his name taken off LA Kings.com. The only problem would occur if the Kings sign another free agent forward AND Klatt returns, then I don't know what the hell they are doing...

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Originally Posted by kingsjohn
TK signed a one way deal with the Kings. He will be in LA

From the looks of things I would expect the Kings to run 3 offensive lines, maybe a line of youth like Cammy one or two others in the role of the former energy line.
They skated Brown-Cammalleri-TK on occasion last season in Manchester. Real good line...

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Originally Posted by 10 ft. pole
You can count on Pushkarev in Manchester as well.
That is not necessarily true. And trust me, he needs another year of junior.

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Originally Posted by King Blazer
They skated Brown-Cammalleri-TK on occasion last season in Manchester. Real good line...
It might make sense for the Kings to skate these three together for a while seeing the have a feel for what each other does.

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Originally Posted by KING ELVI
Don't be suprised to see the Kings bring over Andrei Shefer, it's almost now or never for him and Murry did say he might be that Euro coming over.
That would be a shocker. Still would like to see him play defense.

I guess I missed this in the CBA fallout: are Euro's like him and Karlsson still Kings proprty until 31? Or does the new CBA have some retroactive clause relative to them?

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I don't know what the lines will be like, but it should be interesting.


Extras: Welch, Flinn, Karlsson?, Tukonen?



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Originally Posted by King Blazer
Ryan couldn't handle the 2nd line center role last season.
Not that I'm looking forward to this, but I remember reading somewhere...and for the life of me I can't remember where...that Ryan is probably going to be plugged into the #2 center role this season.

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Somebody said Kevin Gilmore said it in an interview.

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