The injury list keeps getting rewritten by the
With one defenseman,
His injury is said to be different than the one suffered by defenseman
"We haven't been told how long he could be out yet," Kings Coach
Regehr missed the last three games because of a lower-body injury but took part in a full practice Friday. He skated on consecutive days and is hoping to return for Saturday afternoon's game against the
"I'll talk to the boss [Sutter] about that," Regehr said. "I don't make those decisions. It's always nice to have more [practice sessions], but I feel things are good. I don't feel like I'm causing any unnecessary risk."
The rash of injuries has forced Sutter to be at his creative best. He tinkered with the lines at practice, putting
Adversity has been the theme of the first quarter of the season.
"There hasn't been many scenarios this group hasn't been through before," said Kings captain
Of the first 17 games, how many have featured "the real Kings?"
"Probably a handful," Brown admitted. "I think we have been successful because we understand what it takes to win.
"When we were not doing it … it's very easy to say that we have to do the right things. It's a process — there's ups and downs, valleys and peaks. Part of what makes this team great is when we're at the bottom, we always find a way to lean on each other and find a way to get out of it."
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