LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles Kings Overseas Ice Hockey Club will need to handle without injured goalkeeper Jack Campbell, who has joined Jonathan Quick's medical unattended team. A twenty-one goalkeeper must undergo a knee replacement surgery and the length of his absence is estimated at four to six weeks.
Through the official website for "kings", CEO Rob Blake announced that. After injuring two goalkeepers, Peter Budaj moved to a place in the Kings Slovák unit, called LA from a farm in Ontario, a 24-year-old Cala Petersen. This pair was initially only active in the lower AHL contest, but Quicka and Campbell's health problems have moved her to the first team. Budaj hit the current season in a single match in the NHL, captures 30 minutes in the duel against Ottawa Senators on October 13 and 11 strippers collected a goal. His colleague Petersen does not have a start in the profile yet.
The Los Angeles team does not come anywhere in the current NHL. The "King" from the 16 opened games won only 5 and in the Western Conference they occupy the last fifteen. Currently, Kings has played his home game with Calgary Flames 0: 1.
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