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Off-Day Watch 10/27: Everyone’s Just So Tired

Just read this while you drink your morning coffee.

NHL: Los Angeles Kings at Minnesota Wild Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports

Everyone awake?

Kings Things

Kyle Clifford fined for kneeing Jordan Greenway during Thursday night’s game against the Minnesota Wild. [LA Kings]

Sheldon Rempal returns to the AHL in advance of Dustin Brown’s return from LTIR. [Ontario Reign]

Is Dustin Brown’s return what the Kings need to save their season? [Los Angeles Times]

Go behind the scenes with Jack Campbell. [LA Kings]

The Ontario Reign lost 8-5 to Tucson at home last night. Goals from Luff (2), Lintuniemi, Mitchell, and Etem. [Reign Insider]

Jeff Carter, Tyler Toffoli, and Tanner Pearson talk with Cabbie about YouTube. [BarDown]

Matt Villalta says no:

Elsewhere in the World

Sean Shapiro breaks down the Dallas Stars’ zone entries, including some highlights from their game against the Kings. [The Athletic]

Pavel Francouz had great success in the KHL and Czech Extraliga and now, he’s replicating that success for the AHL’s Colorado Eagles. [Mile High Hockey]

Minnesota Whitecaps forward Hannah Brandt will practice with the Minnesota Wild in December as part of Girls’ Hockey Weekend. [The Ice Garden]

The OHL continues to fight against efforts to require them to pay their players. [TSN]

The Don Mills Flyers continue to honor goalie Roy Pejcinovksi, who was killed last year, along with his mom Krissy and sister Vana. [Sportsnet]

JT Brown is willing to stand up for what he believes in. [The Shadow League]

The city of Philadelphia honors Gritty. [Philly Voice]

Your Evening Entertainment

Your free streaming game of the day is Edmonton at Nashville, which kicks off at noon, Pacific time. And, let’s face it, no one got any sleep last night anyway, and everyone’s going to be watching More Baseball this evening anyway. (If you’re not a baseball person, the Penguins play at Vancouver tonight at 7:00 PM Pacific, and you too can try to figure out how the Canucks are second in the division.)