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December 4, 1996 | LONNIE WHITE
Goalie Stephane Fiset did not dress for Tuesday's game after suffering an abdominal strain at practice Monday. Fiset, who tested the injury at Tuesday's morning skate, is listed as day to day. The Kings called up goalie Jamie Storr from their International Hockey League affiliate, the Phoenix Roadrunners.
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October 19, 2011 | By Lisa Dillman
When: 7 p.m. Where: Jobing.com Arena. On the air: TV: FS West. Radio: 1150. Records: Kings 3-1-1; Coyotes 2-2-1. Update: Kings goalie Jonathan Quick made 27 saves in recording his 15th career shutout in Tuesday's 5-0 victory over the Blues. That pulled him one behind Jamie Storr for second overall in franchise history. No. 1? No surprise in that it happens to be Rogie Vachon, who had 32 shutouts. Simon Gagne, Anze Kopitar and Justin Williams have been responsible for nine of the Kings' 14 goals this season.
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June 30, 2007
The Chicago Blackhawks select the top-rated player in the draft, the Philadelphia Flyers get a stud, the Phoenix Coyotes even get a highly touted prospect ... ... and the Los Angeles Kings come back from Columbus with a Hickey! Good job, Mr. Lombardi! You probably would have selected Jamie Storr all over again if you could have. CAL TERAOKA Costa Mesa
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June 30, 2007
The Chicago Blackhawks select the top-rated player in the draft, the Philadelphia Flyers get a stud, the Phoenix Coyotes even get a highly touted prospect ... ... and the Los Angeles Kings come back from Columbus with a Hickey! Good job, Mr. Lombardi! You probably would have selected Jamie Storr all over again if you could have. CAL TERAOKA Costa Mesa
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September 27, 1996 | Associated Press
Keith Tkachuk scored his third goal in two games and Mike Eastwood scored the game-winner to lead the Phoenix Coyotes past the Kings, 3-2, at Phoenix for their third consecutive exhibition victory. The Kings lost their second in a row despite firing nine shots at Nikolai Khabibulin during their five-minute power play, and two more unsuccessful ones after Jamie Storr was pulled for an extra attacker. Petr Klima and Ed Olczyk scored for the Kings. Cliff Ronning scored the Coyotes' other goal.
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August 1, 2001 | Jim Barrero
The Kings solidified their goaltending depth by signing backup Jamie Storr to a one-year contract Tuesday. Storr, who started most of last season before the Kings acquired Felix Potvin from Vancouver in mid-February for a playoff drive, was 19-18-6 with four shutouts and a 2.74 goals-against average in 45 games. Potvin will be the No. 1 goalie when training camp begins Sept. 12, but the Kings also return Stephane Fiset, leaving open the possibility for a trade.
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February 21, 1998 | LONNIE WHITE
The Kings sent goaltender Jamie Storr and defenseman Philippe Boucher to the Long Beach Ice Dogs on Friday so they can play in the International Hockey League before the final stretch of the NHL season begins Wednesday. Storr, who began the season with the Ice Dogs after suffering a groin injury in training camp, and Boucher, who has been sidelined because of thyroditis, are expected to play this weekend with Long Beach.
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April 2, 1997 | LONNIE WHITE
Since the Kings have been officially eliminated from the Stanley Cup playoff race, goaltender Jamie Storr, who was recalled from the minors on Tuesday, will get plenty of ice time over the last five games of the regular season. Storr, who had been slowed the last few weeks because of a foot injury, has played most of the season with Phoenix in the International Hockey League. Storr, the Kings' No. 1 pick in 1994, has played in 11 NHL games and has a 4-4-1 record in games he started.
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October 3, 1996 | LISA DILLMAN
Sticking to their original plan, the Kings decided to keep only two goaltenders on the roster. So, as expected, youngster Jamie Storr was sent to Phoenix of the International Hockey League on Wednesday to get more playing time. Storr, 20, had a solid camp as he gave up four goals in two games in camp, going 1-1-0.
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October 19, 2011 | By Lisa Dillman
When: 7 p.m. Where: Jobing.com Arena. On the air: TV: FS West. Radio: 1150. Records: Kings 3-1-1; Coyotes 2-2-1. Update: Kings goalie Jonathan Quick made 27 saves in recording his 15th career shutout in Tuesday's 5-0 victory over the Blues. That pulled him one behind Jamie Storr for second overall in franchise history. No. 1? No surprise in that it happens to be Rogie Vachon, who had 32 shutouts. Simon Gagne, Anze Kopitar and Justin Williams have been responsible for nine of the Kings' 14 goals this season.
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November 9, 2003 | Mike Bresnahan, Times Staff Writer
Jamie Storr, once the goaltending future of the Kings, caught up with his past Saturday night, sharing the same building with his former teammates for the first time since signing with Carolina during the off-season. Storr didn't get off the bench -- Kevin Weekes is firmly entrenched as Carolina's No. 1 -- but he did meet with some of the Kings before the game. The Kings' No. 1 pick in the 1994 draft, Storr was not re-signed after going 85-78-21 in nine seasons.
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March 4, 2003 | Lonnie White and Chris Foster, Times Staff Writers
Even when he was spending his time watching starter Felix Potvin play night after night, King goaltender Jamie Storr was getting ready for this moment. "In a game, you're going to have highs and lows," said Storr, who has been the Kings' main man in goal since Potvin went down with a knee injury in late January. "You have to be able to control them. If you let them get too high one way or too low another, it's not going to get a positive result.
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February 27, 2003 | Jerry Crowe, Times Staff Writer
Backup goaltender Cristobal Huet, who picked up his first NHL victory Tuesday night at Pittsburgh in relief of Jamie Storr, will be back on the bench tonight when the Kings play the Columbus Blue Jackets. As the Kings close out their five-game Rust Belt tour before returning home late tonight, Coach Andy Murray is giving Storr the same consideration he gave Felix Potvin before Potvin was sidelined last month because of a knee injury. "Jamie's got to be the guy," Murray said.
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January 31, 2003 | Jerry Crowe, Times Staff Writer
Jamie Storr is positioned for a lengthy audition as the Kings' No. 1 goaltender after it was announced Thursday that Felix Potvin was expected to be sidelined six to eight weeks because of a sprained right knee. Potvin, meanwhile, may have played his last game for the Kings. Before he was injured making a save in the first period of Tuesday night's 3-1 loss to the San Jose Sharks, Potvin, 31, had been the Kings' top goaltender since the trade that brought him from the Vancouver Canucks on Feb.
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January 24, 2003 | Jerry Crowe, Times Staff Writer
A losing effort in relief of Felix Potvin on Wednesday night against the Mighty Ducks was the latest example of Jamie Storr squandering a chance to take over as the Kings' No. 1 goaltender. Storr has been unable to fill the breach while Potvin, eligible for unrestricted free agency this summer, has struggled to regain the form he showed last season in compiling a career-best 2.31 goals-against average.
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January 8, 2003 | Lonnie White
After giving Jamie Storr limited playing time to start the season, Coach Andy Murray gave him his third start in four games Tuesday night against the Dallas Stars. But Storr struggled again in a 7-4 loss to the Stars. He was pulled in the second period in favor of Felix Potvin after giving up three goals and then gave up one more after returning in the third.
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September 22, 2002 | Jerry Crowe; Chris Foster, From Staff Reports
Jamie Storr, all but forgotten during the Kings' stretch drive into the playoffs last season, will make his first start of the exhibition season today at 5 p.m. against the Mighty Ducks at Centennial Garden in Bakersfield. He's expected to play again before the regular season opens Oct. 9. After that, who knows? While Felix Potvin established a club record by playing in 71 games last season, Storr made only 12 starts, posting a 9-4-3 record and sparkling 1.
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November 10, 2000
There is no question who is the No. 1 Kings' goalie. It's Jamie Storr. There's no longer any question who the No. 1 King goalie will be when Stephane Fiset recovers from a knee injury, presumably in three to four weeks. Still Jamie Storr. "Steph knows when he comes back, if Jamie's playing well, Jamie's the No. 1 goalie," Coach Andy Murray said Thursday. "I wouldn't be credible as a coach if I did it any other way." The key here is the qualifier, "if Jamie's playing well."
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January 3, 2003 | Jerry Crowe
As had been strongly hinted by Coach Andy Murray, struggling goaltender Felix Potvin was benched for Thursday night's game against the Philadelphia Flyers. How long Jamie Storr will spell Potvin has not been determined. "It depends on his game," Murray said, "and it depends on how Andy [Nowicki, the Kings' goaltending consultant] feels about Felix. "That call, to a large degree, will be Andy Nowicki's. Obviously, it will be my call [ultimately], but I'll certainly lean on him for his opinion."
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November 30, 2002 | Lonnie White;Chris Foster
For the eighth time in less than three seasons, Jamie Storr started in goal for the Kings against the Mighty Ducks Friday at the Arrowhead Pond. Although he gave up a game-tying goal in the third period, Storr played well, with 23 saves in his fourth start of the season. "I felt very strong and thought that I gave a good effort," said Storr, who started only 12 games last season. "A lot of the things that I've been working on in practice, I was able to use.
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