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November 18, 1997 | LONNIE WHITE
It's understandable why the Kings hope left wing Vladimir Tsyplakov, who sat out the last two games because of a broken right hand, can return soon. In the four games before the injury, Tsyplakov was one of the team's hottest scorers, with six of his 13 points coming while playing alongside center Yanic Perreault and right wing Glen Murray. Said General Manager Dave Taylor: "We'll evaluate him Thursday morning [before the Kings play Chicago at 7:30 p.m.
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February 20, 2000 | JIM HODGES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
King General Manager Dave Taylor did Vladimir Tsyplakov a big favor by trading him to Buffalo, but Tsyplakov isn't about to reciprocate. Tsyplakov, a King for all but 12 games of his 273-game NHL career, assisted on the first goal, scored the second and assisted on the third in the Sabres' 4-1 victory over his former team Saturday night at Marine Midland Arena. His second assist had his former coach, Andy Murray, a little agitated.
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December 15, 1995 | LISA DILLMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
King rookie left wing Vladimir Tsyplakov's season most likely ended Thursday when he had reconstructive surgery on his right shoulder. Tsyplakov, who signed a two-year deal on Nov. 5, injured the shoulder in the first game he played, at St. Louis on Nov. 7. In 11 games, he had two goals and three points. He is the second King to suffer a season-ending injury. Defenseman Rob Blake went down because of a partial ligament tear in his left knee.
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December 7, 1999 | JIM HODGES
Winger Ziggy Palffy missed practice Monday and was sent to therapist Michael Schlink for work on his back. Palffy is questionable for Wednesday's game against Atlanta. He was scratched from Saturday's game against Tampa Bay after complaining of back spasms upon reporting to Staples Center. He also had flu.
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October 5, 1996 | LISA DILLMAN
Defenseman Rob Blake was cleared to play against the Islanders, meeting with a team doctor at 6 p.m. It was Blake's first game in a King uniform since Oct. 20 at Washington when he went down because of a season-ending knee injury. He has appeared in only 30 games the last two seasons. Blake had been sidelined during training camp because of an elbow infection and partially torn right tricep since last month, suffering the injury last month at the World Cup. Those scratched from the King lineup on Friday were right wing Matt Johnson and defensemen Aki Berg and Sean O'Donnell.
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December 7, 1999 | JIM HODGES
Winger Ziggy Palffy missed practice Monday and was sent to therapist Michael Schlink for work on his back. Palffy is questionable for Wednesday's game against Atlanta. He was scratched from Saturday's game against Tampa Bay after complaining of back spasms upon reporting to Staples Center. He also had flu.
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February 20, 2000 | JIM HODGES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
King General Manager Dave Taylor did Vladimir Tsyplakov a big favor by trading him to Buffalo, but Tsyplakov isn't about to reciprocate. Tsyplakov, a King for all but 12 games of his 273-game NHL career, assisted on the first goal, scored the second and assisted on the third in the Sabres' 4-1 victory over his former team Saturday night at Marine Midland Arena. His second assist had his former coach, Andy Murray, a little agitated.
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December 23, 1998 | JIM HODGES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
No, Mattias Norstrom didn't follow the Pittsburgh Penguins' Jaromir Jagr to his car. And no, Rob Blake didn't tail him to the locker room between periods. But those were the only times Jagr was left alone Tuesday night, and the Kings' Jamie Storr was the beneficiary in a 3-0 victory, the second in a row for the team and goalie. It also was the Kings' fourth victory in seven games, which counts as a run of sorts for a team that has been walking all season.
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September 12, 1996 | ARA NAJARIAN
Continuing one of the successful experiments from last season, Coach Larry Robinson reunited his all-Russian line for Wednesday's scrimmage. Vladimir Tsyplakov, Vitali Yachmenev and Dimitri Khristich were so dominating that when the score reached 8-1, the scrimmage was stopped and the gang was split up to make things a little more even.
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November 6, 1995 | LISA DILLMAN
Goaltender Kelly Hrudey and defenseman Philippe Boucher, both recovering from injuries, will play for Phoenix, the Kings' minor-league team in the International Hockey League, on Friday and Saturday. Also, the Kings on Sunday signed left wing Vladimir Tsyplakov, their third-round draft choice in 1995, to a two-year contract.
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December 23, 1998 | JIM HODGES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
No, Mattias Norstrom didn't follow the Pittsburgh Penguins' Jaromir Jagr to his car. And no, Rob Blake didn't tail him to the locker room between periods. But those were the only times Jagr was left alone Tuesday night, and the Kings' Jamie Storr was the beneficiary in a 3-0 victory, the second in a row for the team and goalie. It also was the Kings' fourth victory in seven games, which counts as a run of sorts for a team that has been walking all season.
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November 18, 1997 | LONNIE WHITE
It's understandable why the Kings hope left wing Vladimir Tsyplakov, who sat out the last two games because of a broken right hand, can return soon. In the four games before the injury, Tsyplakov was one of the team's hottest scorers, with six of his 13 points coming while playing alongside center Yanic Perreault and right wing Glen Murray. Said General Manager Dave Taylor: "We'll evaluate him Thursday morning [before the Kings play Chicago at 7:30 p.m.
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October 5, 1996 | LISA DILLMAN
Defenseman Rob Blake was cleared to play against the Islanders, meeting with a team doctor at 6 p.m. It was Blake's first game in a King uniform since Oct. 20 at Washington when he went down because of a season-ending knee injury. He has appeared in only 30 games the last two seasons. Blake had been sidelined during training camp because of an elbow infection and partially torn right tricep since last month, suffering the injury last month at the World Cup. Those scratched from the King lineup on Friday were right wing Matt Johnson and defensemen Aki Berg and Sean O'Donnell.
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December 15, 1995 | LISA DILLMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
King rookie left wing Vladimir Tsyplakov's season most likely ended Thursday when he had reconstructive surgery on his right shoulder. Tsyplakov, who signed a two-year deal on Nov. 5, injured the shoulder in the first game he played, at St. Louis on Nov. 7. In 11 games, he had two goals and three points. He is the second King to suffer a season-ending injury. Defenseman Rob Blake went down because of a partial ligament tear in his left knee.
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February 14, 1998
MEN'S HOCKEY The U.S. will try to bounce back from a loss to Sweden against Belarus, which won the preliminary round and is led by the Kings' Vladimir Tsyplakov and goaltender Andre Mezin. FIGURE SKATING Questions for the long program: Will Ilia break out his infamous "yellow giraffe" outfit? Will Todd try the quad? Will Elvis leave the building with a gold medal? Stay tuned.
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February 21, 1997 | LONNIE WHITE
The injury-plagued Kings lost captain Rob Blake to injury for the second time this season. Blake did not play Thursday against the Mighty Ducks because of tendinitis in his left knee. Blake missed 11 games earlier this season because of a broken right hand. * Left wing Kevin Stevens returned to the lineup after missing the Kings' 6-1 loss at Phoenix on Tuesday because of personal reasons. He was joined by Vladimir Tsyplakov and Jan Vopat, both of whom had missed games because of injuries.
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