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August 19, 1989
The Kings signed free-agent left wing Scott Bjugstad, formerly with the Pittsburgh Penguins.
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June 24, 2010 | Helene Elliott
After losing a league-worst 55 games the Edmonton Oilers will be in a win-win situation when they lead off the first round of the NHL draft Friday at Staples Center. Whether they choose top-ranked center Tyler Seguin or second-ranked left wing Taylor Hall they'll get an exceptional forward to build around. General Manager Steve Tambellini hasn't dropped any hints, enhancing the suspense. "Your guess is as good as mine," said Hall, who shared the Ontario Hockey League scoring title with Seguin last season with 106 points each.
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June 24, 2010 | Helene Elliott
After losing a league-worst 55 games the Edmonton Oilers will be in a win-win situation when they lead off the first round of the NHL draft Friday at Staples Center. Whether they choose top-ranked center Tyler Seguin or second-ranked left wing Taylor Hall they'll get an exceptional forward to build around. General Manager Steve Tambellini hasn't dropped any hints, enhancing the suspense. "Your guess is as good as mine," said Hall, who shared the Ontario Hockey League scoring title with Seguin last season with 106 points each.
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August 19, 1989
The Kings signed free-agent left wing Scott Bjugstad, formerly with the Pittsburgh Penguins.
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September 28, 1990 | From Associated Press
Robert Kron scored a power-play goal midway through the third period to give the Vancouver Canucks a 4-3 victory over the Kings in an NHL exhibition Thursday night. Kron jammed a shot past King goaltender Kelly Hrudey at 9:28 of the third period after a penalty to Luc Robitaille. It was the first point in five exhibitions for Kron, a newcomer from Czechoslovakia. The Kings (5-4) got goals from rookie Francois Breault, Scott Bjugstad and Tony Granato before 13,205 fans.
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December 14, 1989 | Associated Press
Goaltender Ron Hextall was carried from the ice midway through the third period Wednesday night after injuring his right groin while playing for Hershey, the Philadelphia Flyers' top farm team. Hextall, who had sustained groin and hamstring injuries in his two NHL games this season, injured the other groin muscle while trying to stop a wrist shot by New Haven's Scott Bjugstad. Hextall was with Hershey on a one-game rehabilitation assignment.
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October 1, 1989
Jim Fox, Ron Duguay, Dale DeGray, Phil Sykes, Chris Kontos and Scott Bjugstad were among the 12 players the Kings left unprotected--available to other teams--in Monday's waiver draft. Fox, who has worked for more than 16 months to rehabilitate his knees after having surgery, said Saturday night that he didn't know whether he would want to play for another team. "I'd have to do a lot of thinking about that," Fox said. "I might retire. It would not be totally a business decision.
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October 4, 1989 | TRACY DODDS
With their opening game only two days away, the Kings trimmed their roster to 25 players Tuesday by assigning Chris Kontos, Scott Bjugstad, Phil Sykes and Dale DeGray to their American Hockey League affiliate at New Haven, Conn. "The players who were sent to New Haven are a little down in the dumps right now, but, from our point of view, we feel lucky to still have them in the system," King Coach Tom Webster said. "We felt very fortunate that we didn't lose anyone in the (Monday) waiver draft.
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September 20, 1991 | STEVE SPRINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Wayne Gretzky, still suffering from a back injury, is expected back in Los Angeles over the weekend, but don't expect him back on the ice for a while. Mike Barnett, Gretzky's agent, said it "might be optimistic" to look for Gretzky before the Kings' exhibition finale Sept. 29. The team opens the regular season Oct. 4.
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November 7, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Services
Dmitri Kvartalnov scored his IHL-leading 15th and 16th goals of the season to boost the Gulls to a 4-3 overtime victory over the Roadrunners Wednesday in front of 4,459 at Phoenix's Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Kvartalnov scored the game-winner 19 seconds into the extra period. The Gulls (9-8, third in the West) have won eight of their past 12 to move to within five points of first-place Kansas City.
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September 16, 1989 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Luc Robitaille scored two goals as the Kings came from behind to give Coach Tom Webster a 3-3 tie with Quebec in his debut in an exhibition game here Friday night. Asked if he felt relieved to have his first game as the Kings' coach behind him, Webster said: "Hell, yes. My palms just stopped sweating." Robitaille had no complaints about Webster's decision to try him as the left winger on Wayne Gretzky's line.
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