Clifford is in concussion protocol and is out indefinitely.
Clifford is being evaluated for a concussion and GM Rob Blake expects him to be out for a little while. The Kings recalled Austin Wagner on Sunday, so expect him to replace Clifford in the lineup on Monday.
The Kings have activated Kyle Clifford (upper-body) from IR.
Source: Jon Rosen 12/12/17, 12:11 pm EST
Clifford is week-to-week with an upper-body injury.
Clifford played just 5:21 TOI before departing Wednesday’s game with an upper-body injury. Clifford is listed as week-to-week and with him sidelined, Jonny Brodzinski is expected to draw back into the lineup on Saturday.
Clifford will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Clifford has three assists and two penalty minutes in two games this season, but on Tuesday he will be a healthy scratch as Nic Dowd gets set to make his season debut in Minnesota.
Source: Jon Rosen 10/18/16, 9:46 am EST
Clifford (upper-body) is expected to return to the Kings lineup on Thursday.
Prust has been a healthy scratch in the last three games and cleared waivers on Wednesday. Prust had just seven points (1G / 6A) in 35 games this season.
Source: Jon Rosen 02/4/16, 10:33 am EST
The Kings have recalled Kyle Clifford from Ontario (AHL).
Clifford has been sidelined since December 6th, but played two games with Ontario during the All-Star break. He failed to record a point, but returns to the Kings where he has three assist in 26 games.
Source: Jon Rosen 02/1/16, 2:18 pm EST
Clifford (upper-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Clifford will be held out of the lineup on Tuesday because of an upper-body injury. With Clifford out and Trevor Lewis still on the mend, the Kings will go with seven defensemen vs. the Blue Jackets.
Source: Jon Rosen 12/9/15, 7:26 am EST
The Kings have signed Kyle Clifford to a five-year, $8 million dollar extension ($1.6M AAV).
Clifford, 24, has recorded 10 points (3G / 7A), 87 shots on goal and 66 PIMS in 57 games with the Kings this season. He is a big, heavy forward who is now signed through the 2019-20 NHL season.
Source: Jon Rosen 02/25/15, 10:11 am EST
Clifford had successful wrist surgery and is expected to miss six to eight weeks.
Clifford had three goals and five assists (eight points) in 71 regular season games and seven points (1G / 6A) in 24 playoff games. At this point , it is unclear when Clifford sustained the injury, but he will be ready for the 2014-15 season.
Source: Jon Rosen 07/7/14, 1:19 pm EST
Kyle Clifford fined $2756.41 for his kneeing incident on Edmonton's Ryan Nugent-Hopkins on Sunday in Los Angeles.
RNH left the game but did return.
Looks like Clifford is back in.
Look for Clifford to play on the fourth line. He has four goals and 10 points with 99 PIM in 63 games.
Kyle Clifford and Davis Drewiske are scheduled to be scratched tonight
Clifford is expected to sit tonight's game out. He has four goals and 10 points with 99 PIM in 63 games.
Kyle Clifford will not be suspended for his hit last night on Phoenix’s Gilbert Brule. Clifford, per the instructions of Darryl Sutter, declined to comment on the hit or whether he spoke with any league officials about supplemental discipline.
Expect Clifford to play tonight. The youngster has four goals and 10 points with 97 PIM in 60 games.
Clifford moves up to the second line to start tonight's game. The gritty winger has three goals and nine points through 51 games this season.
Clifford, Fraser and Moreau to play together.
Clifford moves down to the fourth line. The Ayr, Ontario scored a goal and three points in 25 games.
Source: @LAKings 12/2/11, 11:01 am EST
I think the line that I had together from the beginning of the training camp, with Clifford and Stoll, I was hoping that something good could happen by the end of the camp and that I would see a line that would be playing against the top lines of the opposition. But that might be pushing Cliffy a little bit too fast right now.
Clifford should start the season on the fourth line with the potential to move up in line. In his rookie season he scored seven goals and 14 points rotating between the third and fourth line. Sounds like the former 2nd rounder is experiencing some growing pains; could be in for a sophomore slump.