Tuesday morning skate – probable lines for Game 3 vs Chicago

Live from Staples Center, here’s how Kings coach Darryl Sutter has put things together – and will probably keep them for tonight’s Game 3 vs. the Chicago Blackhawks…

FORWARDS

Dustin Brown – Anze Kopitar – Justin Williams
Dustin Penner – Jeff Carter – Tyler Toffoli
Dwight King – Jarret Stoll – Trevor Lewis
Kyle Clifford – Colin Fraser – Brad Richardson (and Jordan Nolan)

NOTE: Nolan remains an option, but appear to be game-time decision. Mike Richards isn’t skating.

DEFENSEMEN

Robyn Regehr – Drew Doughty
Rob Scuderi – Slava Voynov
Jake Muzzin – Matt Greene

NOTE: Alec Martinez could replace Muzzin on defense again.  Keaton Ellerby is not expected to play.  As always, nothing is official until warm-ups before the game.

Jonathan Quick will start in net.

MayorsManor will have notes and quotes up on twitter once the players leave the ice. We’ll also have more coverage up on the site later this afternoon. Until then, catch up on some reading at the links below.

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Monday June 3, 2013 – Comments from Sutter

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