OFFICIAL – LA Kings training camp schedule and roster

LA KINGS TRAINING CAMP SCHEDULE

Sunday, January 13 – Practice at 10 a.m. (Toyota Sports Center)

Monday, January 14 – Practice at 10 a.m. (Toyota Sports Center)

Practice at 7 p.m. (STAPLES Center) – ADDITIONAL DETAILS TO BE ANNOUNCED LATER

Tuesday, January 15 – Practice at 11 a.m. (Toyota Sports Center)

Wednesday, January 16 – Practice at 10 a.m. (Toyota Sports Center)

Thursday, January 17 – Practice at 10 a.m. (Toyota Sports Center)

Friday, January 18 – Practice at 10 a.m. (Toyota Sports Center)

KINGS TRAINING CAMP ROSTER (AS OF 1/12/13)

Forwards – Dustin Brown, Jeff Carter, Kyle Clifford, Colin Fraser, Simon Gagne. Dwight King, Anze Kopitar, Trevor Lewis, Jordan Nolan, Dustin Penner, Mike Richards, Brad Richardson, Jarret Stoll, Kevin Westgarth, Justin Williams…plus Tyler Toffoli from Manchester.

Defenseman – Drew Doughty, Davis Drewiske, Matt Greene, Alec Martinez, Rob Scuderi, Willie Mitchell, Slava Voynov and two players from Manchester (Andrew Bodnarchuk and Jake Muzzin).

Goalies – Jonathan Bernier and Jonathan Quick

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Comments

  1. Chester Smith says

    How does the likes of Tyler Toffoli, a rookie with the Manchester Monarchs, and hardly any experience in the big leagues, get to attend training camp? When there are guys who have played for the monarchs for over a year with a better skill set? I understand he deserves an opportunity, he scores goals but he is a terrible skater and he is not as deserving as some of the other players on the Kings AHL affiliate.