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September 20, 1997 | LONNIE WHITE
Left wing Jeff Shevalier and center Eric Belanger signed contracts, leaving three players unsigned. Shevalier, 23, the Kings' fourth pick in the 1992 draft, signed a one-year deal after participating in the first two weeks of training camp without a contract. Belanger, 19, considered one of the Kings' top players of the future, signed a three-year deal. He is listed as day to day because of a groin injury.
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September 20, 1997 | LONNIE WHITE
Left wing Jeff Shevalier and center Eric Belanger signed contracts, leaving three players unsigned. Shevalier, 23, the Kings' fourth pick in the 1992 draft, signed a one-year deal after participating in the first two weeks of training camp without a contract. Belanger, 19, considered one of the Kings' top players of the future, signed a three-year deal. He is listed as day to day because of a groin injury.
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February 14, 1997 | LONNIE WHITE
In his third game since being recalled from the minors, forward Jeff Shevalier was used on the Kings' top power play unit against Toronto on Thursday night at the Forum. "Shevy is one of our better guys along the boards," King Coach Larry Robinson said. "He has good hands and can get the puck out." The move paid off immediately. Shevalier assisted on Eddie Olczyk's power-play goal in the third period. * Forward Vitali Yachmenev returned to the lineup after sitting out a game because of the flu.
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February 14, 1997 | LONNIE WHITE
In his third game since being recalled from the minors, forward Jeff Shevalier was used on the Kings' top power play unit against Toronto on Thursday night at the Forum. "Shevy is one of our better guys along the boards," King Coach Larry Robinson said. "He has good hands and can get the puck out." The move paid off immediately. Shevalier assisted on Eddie Olczyk's power-play goal in the third period. * Forward Vitali Yachmenev returned to the lineup after sitting out a game because of the flu.
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June 17, 1994
The Kings have signed free-agent forward Rob Brown, free-agent defenseman Michel Petit and 1992 draft choice Jeff Shevalier, General Manager Sam McMaster announced. Brown, 26, was the most valuable player and leading scorer in the International Hockey League last season, getting 155 points, including 42 goals, in 79 games for Kalamazoo.
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November 11, 2000
Kevin Epp scored the deciding goal in the Phoenix Mustangs' 3-2 shootout victory Friday over the Ice Dogs in a West Coast Hockey League game at the Long Beach Arena. The Mustangs jumped out to a 2-0 lead after two periods on goals by Craig Martin and Jeff Shevalier before the Ice Dogs rallied. Kelly Askew brought the Ice Dogs within one with a goal midway through the third, and David Kudelka's goal with 12 seconds remaining sent the game to a shootout.
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September 18, 1993 | Staff and Wire Reports
The Kings blew a 4-1 lead Friday night and were tied, 4-4, in their exhibition opener against the Canucks before 13,966 at Vancouver. The Canucks scored two goals in the third period and one in the second to overcome the Kings' first-period outburst. * Luc Robitaille, who suffered a strained lower back Wednesday, might resume skating within a week, the Kings announced.
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September 24, 1996 | LISA DILLMAN
The Kings trimmed their training camp roster to 33 Monday, assigning forward Jeff Shevalier and defensemen Mark Astley and Ruslan Batyrshin to Phoenix of the International Hockey League. Much was expected from Shevalier, a fifth-round draft choice in 1992 who seemed poised for a breakthrough after two seasons in Phoenix. "I wasn't disappointed in his effort, but I don't think he out-performed anybody who will start ahead of him," Coach Larry Robinson said. "He's got to apply himself a lot more."
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February 6, 1999 | Associated Press
Sean Tallaire had two goals and an assist and Lonnie Loach had two power-play goals for the Long Beach Ice Dogs in a 6-3 victory over the Cincinnati Cyclones Friday night. The Ice Dogs (31-20-1) ended a two-game losing streak and remain in second place in the Southwest Division of the IHL's Western Conference. Loach, who has seven goals and an assist in his last six games, scored his second goal of the night and eventual game-winner with 2:23 left in the game.
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December 29, 1996 | LONNIE WHITE
Two unlikely rookie players scored the Kings' first two goals against the Colorado Avalanche Saturday night at the Forum. Dan Bylsma's goal 6:43 into the second period was only his second goal of the season, his other coming Nov. 26 against Edmonton. Kai Nurminen scored his sixth goal of the season and his third since Dec. 12 at the 8:42 mark.
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June 17, 1994
The Kings have signed free-agent forward Rob Brown, free-agent defenseman Michel Petit and 1992 draft choice Jeff Shevalier, General Manager Sam McMaster announced. Brown, 26, was the most valuable player and leading scorer in the International Hockey League last season, getting 155 points, including 42 goals, in 79 games for Kalamazoo.
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January 8, 1997 | LONNIE WHITE
On Monday, forward Ian Laperriere was considered out for Tuesday night's game against Vancouver because of a right shoulder injury. But by game time, Laperriere was in the lineup at right wing instead of center and he quickly made his presence felt. His hard check on the Canucks' Gino Odjick helped lead to the Kings' second goal when Vancouver's Donald Brashear was given a two-minute penalty at 4:18 for interference in an attempt to retaliate.
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February 22, 1997 | LONNIE WHITE
Opponent--Vancouver Canucks. Site--Forum. Time--7:30. TV--Fox Sports West. Radio--XTRA (690). Records--Kings 20-33-8, Canucks 27-29-2. Record vs. Canucks--1-1. King update--The Kings ended a seven-game winless streak with a 3-1 victory over the Mighty Ducks on Thursday at the Forum. Jeff Shevalier had two goals and Roman Vopat one as the Kings kept alive their slim playoff hopes. Goaltender Stephane Fiset had 27 saves against the Ducks and has given up only five goals in his last three starts.
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