- Kings defenseman Drew Doughty day-to-day due to upper-body injury
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- Red Wings prospect Anthony Mantha out up to 8 weeks with broken leg
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- Danny DeKeyser gets two-year deal, stays with Red Wings
- Forward Devante Smith-Pelly signs two-year deal with Ducks
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- Defenseman Ryan McDonagh ready to step up as Rangers new captain
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- P.K. Subban hopes to assume captaincy of Canadiens
- Nino Niederreiter gets three-year deal with Wild
- Forward Ryan Malone eager to prove worth with Rangers
- NHL announces rules changes for 2014-15 season
- Rangers extend defenseman John Moore for one year
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- Ducks sign coach Bruce Boudreau to two-year extension
- Scott Stevens leaves assistant coaching duties for Devils
- Lightning goaltender Ben Bishop continues wrist recovery
Kings defenseman Drew Doughty day-to-day due to upper-body injury
Fri, 19 Sep 2014 17:30:27 +0000
Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E Sports) - The Los Angeles Kings have listed defenseman Drew Doughty as day-to-day and not participate in training camp activities Friday due to an upper-body injury that he sustained during off-season practice.
According to a source, the injury occurred a "few weeks ago" and the timetable for his return is "not known" at this point.
Meanwhile, amid reports that Jarret Stoll would be held out of the first day of camp, he took the ice with Kyle Clifford and Trevor Lewis. Stoll recently underwent offseason hip surgery.
Last year, Dustin Brown suffered a hamstring injury on the first day of training camp and did not get into a game until the season opener in Minnesota.