The LA Kings signed 2019 second round draft pick Samuel Fagemo to a three-year, entry-level contract, the club announced Thursday. Fagemo, who has one season remaining on his current contract with Frölunda HC of the Swedish Hockey League, is expected to make the jump to North America in 2020-21, hockey operations confirmed. Chosen 50th overall […]The post Fagemo signs three-year ELC; North America-bound in 2020-21 appeared first on LA Kings Insider.

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When the NHL expanded from six to twelve teams in 1967, it was imperative for the half-dozen new teams – if they wanted to be competitive, at least – to have solid goaltending. With a West Division housing each of the new teams – the Oakland Seals, St. Louis Blues, Los Angeles Kings, Philadelphia Flyers, […]The post One for the Ages: Les Binkley’s 1967-68 NHL Season appeared first on The Hockey Writers.

The Jonathan Quick succession plan has been set in motion, with the Los Angeles Kings re-signing 24-year-old third-stringer Cal Petersen to a three-year deal. Petersen vs. Campbell Maybe “third-stringer” isn’t an accurate description of what Petersen means to the Kings, though. Arguably one of the league’s top 10 goalie prospects, Petersen is technically third in […]The post Kings Bank on Petersen to Take Over for Quick appeared first on The Hockey Writers.

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The Toronto Maple Leafs have acquired David Clarkson and a 2020 fourth-round pick from the Vegas Golden Knights in exchange for backup goaltender Garret Sparks. The Maple Leafs are actually re-acquiring Clarkson, after sending him to the Columbus Blue Jackets back in 2015. The 35-year-old played just 26 games for the Blue Jackets before a […]The post Maple Leafs & Golden Knights Swap Sparks, Clarkson appeared first on The Hockey Writers.