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Regal Rundown: Dad’s trip 2020

The dads are in town! Well, the town is Tampa, but you know what I mean.

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DALLAS, TX - JANUARY 30: The Father's Group of the Los Angeles Kings pose for a group photo prior to a game at the American Airlines Center on January 30, 2018 in Dallas, Texas. Photo by Tim Heitman/NHLI via Getty Images

Good morning, Kings fans! It’s game day in Tampa Bay, with a special twist.

The 2020 LA Kings Dad’s Trip started yesterday, as some of the dads already landed in Tampa and watched yesterday’s practice.

It’s to be expected that some of the dads won’t be able to make it, but the question on my mind is of course, who will be there for our good boy with two amazing moms, Jaret Anderson-Dolan? Lisa Dillman of The Athletic thankfully got the answer there, as well:

Other news to note is that Alec Martinez appears to be on the trade block for the Kings. What will it take to move the 32-year-old defender? Read more about it, as well as other Kings rumblings below!

Kings Things

Elsewhere in the World

  • Lafreniere tops Central Scouting North American midterm NHL Draft ranking []
  • The NHL’s best and worst this week: On women’s hockey at the All-Star Game [ESPN]
  • Why the New Jersey Devils fired GM Ray Shero now, and what’s next [ESPN]
  • Watch: Huberdeau sets Panthers’ all-time points record [theScore]
  • Golden Knights hoping to add a defenseman before the trade deadline [The Athletic]
  • CBS Sports Nabs U.S. TV Rights to New 3-on-3 Pro Hockey League [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • And in case you missed it, here’s the shoot out miss of the century from Brad Marchand last night against the Philadelphia Flyers. Just an absolute whiff. You love to see it, folks.

On the Schedule

Obviously, we’ll be watching the Kings game, but if it gets to be too much, there’s a whole slate of games to switch to during intermission. If you’re looking for an easy peek at two Pacific Division teams, you should be able to catch the end of Sharks versus Coyotes after the Kings wrap up in Tampa.