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Kyle Clifford (head) did not practice on Sunday.
Clifford was injured in the first period Saturday and did not return after 'getting his bell rung' according to coach Darryl Sutter. He will likely miss at least Tuesday's game against the Sabres and if he can't go, look for the Kings to recall a forward, possibly Tanner Pearson.
Kyle Clifford LW LA 27 Days
Kyle Clifford was injured in the first period Saturday and did not return.
Coach Darryl Sutter said that Clifford 'got his bell rung'. Consider him day-to-day for now. Clifford had one goal in 16 games with 32 penalty minutes. Look elsewhere in the penalty minute category if Clifford was on your roster.
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Kyle Clifford has been fined by the NHL for a kneeing incident against Edmonton's Ryan Nugent-Hopkins on Sunday.
He was slapped with a $2,756.41 fine, which is the maximum that is allowed under the CBA. There was no penalty assessed on the play and Nugent-Hopkins managed to return to the game.
Kyle Clifford LW LA 4 Months
The Kings and Kyle Clifford agreed to a two-year contract, a source to the situation told Mayor's Manor.
Clifford was a restricted free agent this summer and the two-year deal appears to fall in line with most of Dean Lombardi's RFA contract. Clifford scored seven goals and 14 points in 48 games this season, each of which matched his career highs set in 2010-11. He's not worth drafting in most fantasy formats but is a solid role player for L.A.
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Kyle Clifford admitted that winning on Tuesday was a bit of a "sigh of relief" moment.
"Yeah, definitely," Clifford said. "I think we knew it was going to be a big game tomorrow. It was one of those must wins. Kind of get the ball rolling for us. We know we got a little bit better and getting ready for tomorrow night." The Kings will attempt to ride that momentum into Game 4 on Thursday. Chicago still has a 2-1 series lead.
Kyle Clifford LW LA 7 Months
Kyle Clifford recorded his first point of the postseason on Thursday.
Clifford was moved to the top line to help spark Anze Kopitar and Justin Williams. The move worked as the three combined for the first goal in the Kings' 3-0 victory. It wouldn't be surprising to see Clifford back on the top line for Game 6 on Sunday.