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Petersen will make his third straight start on Monday.

Petersen allowed four goals on 42 shots in the Kings loss in Nashville on Saturday. Petersen has been excellent in his first two NHL starts, turning aside 72 of the 77 shots (.935 SV%) that he has faced. Tonight he will be making his third start in four nights against a Blues team that is averaging 3.11 goals for per game (13th in the NHL).

Source: Curtis Zupke 11/19/18, 1:49 pm EST

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Petersen leads the Kings onto the ice for warmups.

Petersen stopped 15 of 16 shots after replacing Peter Budaj in the Kings 5-1 loss to the Maple Leafs on Tuesday. With Budaj sick, Petersen will likely make his first career start tonight in Chicago. The 24-year-old has a career .903 SV% in 51 career games with the Ontario Reign (AHL).

Source: Curtis Zupke 11/16/18, 8:03 pm EST

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Petersen will likely start Friday in Chicago.

Petersen stopped 15 of 16 shots after replacing Peter Budaj in the Kings 5-1 loss to the Maple Leafs on Tuesday. With Budaj sick, Petersen will likely make his first career start tonight in Chicago. The 24-year-old has a career .903 SV% in 51 career games with the Ontario Reign (AHL).

Source: Jon Rosen 11/16/18, 12:05 pm EST

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The Kings have acquired Carl Hagelin from the Penguins for Tanner Pearson.

Hagelin has recorded just three points (1G / 2A) in 16 games this season, despite playing exclusively with Evgeni Malkin. Hagelin brings a lot of speed to the Kings lineup and trading away Pearson with three years left on his deal, will open up $3.75M this offseason.

Source: Bob McKenzie 11/14/18, 12:16 pm EST

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Budaj leads the Kings onto the ice for warmups.

Budaj allowed one goal on 11 shots after replacing Jack Campbell in the Kings loss in Ottawa on October 13th. With both Campbell and Jonathan Quick each out with torn meniscus, Budaj will make his first start of the season. The last time Budaj was the Kings’ No.1 netminder, he went 27-20-3 with a 2.12 GAA, .917 SV% and seven shutouts.

Source: Curtis Zupke 11/13/18, 10:04 pm EST

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Budaj was the first goalie off of the ice at the Kings morning skate.

Budaj allowed one goal on 11 shots after replacing Jack Campbell in the Kings loss in Ottawa on October 13th. With both Campbell and Jonathan Quick each out with torn meniscus, Budaj will make his first start of the season. The last time Budaj was the Kings’ No.1 netminder, he went 27-20-3 with a 2.12 GAA, .917 SV% and seven shutouts.

Source: Jon Rosen 11/13/18, 3:00 pm EST

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The Kings have recalled Cal Petersen from Ontario (AHL).

Petersen, 24, was a fifth round pick of the Sabres (No.129 overall) in 2013 and it appears he will make his NHL debut in the near future. Both Jonathan Quick and Jack Campbell are out with a torn meniscus, so Petersen joins Peter Budaj as the Kings goaltending duo. Petersen was a standout at the University of Notre Dame but has struggled in the AHL this season, going 2-3-1 with a 4.29 GAA and .881 SV% in 10 games.

Source: Los Angeles Kings 11/12/18, 1:09 pm EST

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Campbell is expected to miss 4-to-6 weeks with a torn meniscus.

Campbell was filling in as the Kings’ No.1 netidner with Jonathan Quick out with a torn meniscus of his own. Campbell’s knee will also require surgery and is expected to be sidelined for at least on month. Cal Petersen, who was a fifth-round pick of the Sabres in 2013, has been recalled to take Campbell’s spot on the roster.

Source: Los Angeles Kings 11/12/18, 1:09 pm EST

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Campbell led the Kings onto the ice for warmups.

Campbell allowed one goal on 27 shots in the Kings win over the Blue Jackets on Saturday. In his last three starts, Campbell has gone 2-1-0 while allowing eight goals on 82 shots (.902 SV%). Tonight he faces a banged up Ducks team that has lost seven of their last eight while being outscored 26-to-16.

Source: @LAKings 11/6/18, 10:15 pm EST

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Campbell was the first goalie off of the ice at the Kings morning skate.

Campbell allowed one goal on 27 shots in the Kings win over the Blue Jackets on Saturday. In his last three starts, Campbell has gone 2-1-0 while allowing eight goals on 82 shots (.902 SV%). Tonight he faces a banged up Ducks team that has lost seven of their last eight while being outscored 256-to-16.

Source: Jon Rosen 11/6/18, 8:52 pm EST

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