Mon 8/29/11 2:38 PM

D.J. King isn't sure what his role with the Capitals will be this season, but he's focused on getting ready for training camp. King was brought in to serve as a fourth liner in 2010-11, but he ended up spending the majority of the season in the press box. He had two assists and 30 penalty minutes in just 16 games. He was placed on waivers in February, but remained with the team after going unclaimed. "It wasn't quite the fit," King said. "Who knows what's going to happen this year? All I can do is what I did last year: come to the rink and work hard. If I get the call, I get the call." He could record more than 100 penalty minutes if he plays regularly, but he has no offensive upside.