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September 10, 1995 | ETHAN SKOLNICK
For the viewing pleasure of Valley residents, Los Angeles' new hockey team is offering aseries of dog day afternoons at Iceoplex. And mornings. And evenings. The International Hockey League's Ice Dogs open the curtain on their first training camp this morning at 10:30, a sneak preview of their inaugural campaign that the public is invited to attend without charge. The camp runs up to the Sept. 29 road opener at San Francisco against the Spiders. The home opener at the Sports Arena is Oct.
January 26, 1999 | JIM HODGES
Look for the Kings, their record notwithstanding, to cut back on ice time during practice for the rest of the season, schedule permitting. There are a couple of reasons for that, one being the trip to the Iceoplex in North Hills, which they avoided while the NBA sorted out its labor problems and ice was available at the Great Western Forum. That has ended, and the Forum has competition for time. The Kings went back to work Monday at the Iceoplex after the all-star break.
January 28, 1998 | LONNIE WHITE
The Kings got a major scare near the end of practice Tuesday when goaltender Stephane Fiset went down with an injury after a collision with teammate Nathan LaFayette. Fiset stayed on the ice for nearly three minutes before he was helped to the team's dressing room at the Iceoplex. The good news is that his injury was only a deep bruise on the upper part of his right leg. "It was just a play to the net and I caught an edge," LaFayette said.
It's too early to tell if Andrey Chua has the talent to become an Olympic ice princess. She's only 11, after all. But early progress points to a royal future for Chua, whose rapid rise in figure skating began through circumstances related to the Northridge earthquake. Chua, of Sun Valley, has shaken up the sport by winning her past six competitions at the intermediate level to qualify for the Junior Olympics starting today in Plano, Texas.
August 12, 1998 | JIM HODGES
One day, the Lakers practice in the Great Western Forum, the next at Los Angeles Southwest College. One day, the Kings practice in the Forum, the next at Iceoplex in North Hills. All that will end at the beginning of the 1999-2000 season for both teams, which will announce today their intent to build a combined practice facility on Nash Street in El Segundo.
August 25, 1994 | LAURIE K. SCHENDEN
Well sports fans, this may be the last chance to bid farewell to Kings hockey star Luc Robitaille, who was traded this month to Pittsburgh. But what an L.A. way to go--surrounded by celebrities, with the Spin Doctors singing the National Anthem. Robitaille will lead a parade of professional and celebrity players in the Rock 'N the Puck Celebrity Hockey Game, on the Kings' home ice at the Great Western Forum at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
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