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    Default Fraser, Campbell not re-signed. Schultz iffy.

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    LA not re-signing Fraser, Campbell, so they're set to become free agents. Hearing there's a "chance" Schultz re-signs.
    Good luck wherever you land, gentlemen.

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    Nothing surprising I think dean signs Shultz for a year to create competition

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    He's made it through the waiver wire before, Schultz might be handy.

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    Not surprsied by any of this. Fraser has no real role left on the team. Campbell wants a shot to play in the NHL somewhere, and its not going to be on the Kings.

    If Schultz agrees to a similar deal as last year, I'm all for it.

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    Good luck to Fraser (very nice guy, I have a GW jersey of his) and Campbell.

    I would love to see Schultz come back as the #8 guy to provide veteran depth. I imagine that he could fill a NHL role someplace else though. If Schultz ends up in the Kings Stanley Cup 2014 book then we need to bring him back so all the OCD autograph seekers can get him to sign his page.

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    Campbell's got a lot of heart, sad that he'll have to find success elsewhere

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    Any update on berube?

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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Diddy View Post
    Any update on berube?
    Berube was qualified today along with McNabb, Andreoff and King.

    Quailer, Livingston and Parker were not.

    http://lakingsinsider.com/2014/06/30...ler-livingston
    Last edited by PuckHead27; June 30th, 2014 at 05:20 PM.

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    If the prospective NHL job openings aren't too good you could always see a guy like Andrew Campbell come back to be the veteran presence down in Manchester like a Jeff Schultz. Having a veteran to pair a young player with (e.g. Jeff Schultz and Colin Miller) can help ease their transition to the AHL.

    The Kings haven't really had a crop of graduated prospects ever stay on to serve as mentors at the AHL-level and sometimes I wonder when or if that will ever occur. Guys that have played leadership roles like Drew Bagnall, Davis Drewiske, or Joe Piskula recognizing that they're not going to make it to the NHL, but that staying with the Kings isn't so bad an alternative.

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    Good luck to all, especially Fraser. Great guy who filled a need for us, and was an important role player to help us get the Cup in '12.
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