The Kings avoided arbitration with forward Jordan Nolan. The two parties agreed to terms on a new two-year contract for Nolan. So far the Kings have avoided arbitration with Nolan, Alec Martinez, and Jake Muzzin. The only King that is still scheduled for an arbitration hearing is forward Trevor Lewis. Lewis’ hearing is scheduled for August 2 but they can agree on a new contract at any time before then.
Outside of arbitration talk the Kings have still not signed forward Kyle Clifford. He has been the topic of some trade rumors lately but news surrounding that situation has slowed recently. But for the most part it was rumored Edmonton was the front-runner in that sweepstakes.
- Yesterday we listed what we think are the top five can’t miss Kings games next season. (Rink Royalty)
- Here is some specifics for the Nolan signing. (CBS Sports)
- The Red Wings are no longer in the Blackhawks conference or division, who is their next big rival. (Blackhawk Up)
- The Mighty Ducks might make a comeback for the Ducks 20th anniversary. (Icethetics)
- For you fantasy hockey buffs out there, here are some 2013 draft picks that could make a solid impact next year. (NHL.com)
Highlight Of The Night
I’m sorry but when I hear the term Mighty Ducks I think of this more than any kind of NHL action. That elusive triple deke, a thing of magic.