Los Angeles Kings Training Camp – recap of key comments

As you know, the Los Angeles Kings 2011 training camp opened up over the weekend.

Most of the NHL players were in town for about a week prior and had been working out and scrimmaging at the team’s training facility in El Segundo.

Meanwhile, over 20 prospects were engaged in Rookie Camp, including a two-game series with the Phoenix Coyotes. According to MayorsManor readers, Brandon Kozun was the star of both games.

We were on hand all weekend with live tweets and facebook posts. Plus, there were a number of articles posted here on MayorsManor. Knowing that many of you may have been busy over the weekend and missed out on some of the information served up, here’s a recap of the training camp related articles and quotes from players as they came off the ice…

Rookie Camp – post-game notes vs Coyotes

Sinon Gagne likes what he’s seen so far, even the travel

Dustin Brown not buying that he lacks chemistry with Anze Kopitar

Matt Greene calls out Dustin Penner and Ethan Moreau

The ‘all injured players’ quotes – comments on and from Doughty, Murray, Williams, Kopitar, etc.

Dustin Penner on his weight and notes on the overall team conditioning

Matt Greene gets serious

The ‘all Drew Doughty’ article – notes and quotes from coach Murray and many players

Kopitar, Penner and Hunter on the Kings new top-line

Kyle Clifford raising his own questions during training camp

Brandon Kozun puts the ball in the Kings court

Terry Murray on camp MVP (so far)

There will be several more articles going up today – including features on Penner, Mike Richards, Jack Johnson, Thomas Hickey, Slava Voynov and more.

If you want to head down to TSC and catch some of the action, here is the schedule and the player groups.

Enjoy…and remember to leave a comment on the articles you read.  Your feedback helps drives the direction of future content.  It’s really easy, just type a sentence or two.  Hint, hint…

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