The Los Angeles Kings Fan Development department announced on Friday that it will hold an Alumni Series Clinic on July 8, 15, 22 and 29 at Toyota Sports Center from 6:30-7:30 p.m. with Luc Robitaille
, Marty McSorley
, Brad Norton
, Gary Edwards
, Nelson Emerson
, Jim Fox
, Daryl Evans
, Ian Turnbull
and Kings Hall-of-Fame trainer Pete Demers
serving as instructors. In addition, the Kings coaching staff of Terry Murray
, Mark Hardy
and Jamie Kompon
will also be participating, leading campers in drills through out the camp. (Kings Coaching Staff
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Luc Robitaille Hosted Clinic | Marty McSorley Hosted Clinic
Nelson Emerson Hosted Clinic | Jim Fox/Ian Turnbull Hosted Clinic | Daryl Evans Hosted Clinic
Basic Registration - $200
- Access to all 4 clinics
- Autograph session after each clinic
- Kings Hat
- Two 200 level tickets
Contact Chris Crotty at 310.535.4461 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
ABOUT OUR ALUMNI INSTRUCTORS:
|Gary Edwards |
- Went 15-3-8 with three shutouts and a 2.34 GAA during the 1974-75 season as LA finished 42-17-21 and 105 points
- His 2.34 goals-against average in 1974-75 still ranks as the third lowest goals-against average
- Finished his career as a King with a record of 54-68-22, seven shutouts and a goals-against-average of 3.39
|Daryl Evans |
- Played six seasons in the NHL
- Played with the Kings from 1981-85
- Scored the game-winning goal in the 1982 “Miracle on Manchester” playoff game
- Recorded 13 points in 10 playoff games with Kings in 1982
- Set to enter his 10th season as the Kings’ Radio color commentator
|Jim Fox |
- Played in 578 games during his 10-year NHL career, all with the Kings
- Ranks eighth on the Kings all-time scoring list
- Scored at least 30 goals three times in career
- Set to enter his 20th season as Kings’ TV color commentator
- Named by Sports Illustrated in 2006 as best hockey analyst
|Marty McSorley |
- Played in 472 games with the Kings
- Leads the Kings in all-time penalty minutes with 1,846
- Ranks fifth all-time with Kings in points recorded by a defenseman
- Voted the Kings' "Most Popular Player" three times
|Brad Norton |
- Played for the Kings from 2002-04, scoring 3-4=7 in 73 games with 174 PIMs.
- Edmonton Oilers' 9th round choice, 215th overall, in 1993
- Also played with the Florida Panthers, Washington Capitals, Ottawa Senators and Detroit Red Wings.
- Finished his career with 3-8=11 in 124 games.
|Luc Robitaille |
- Played for the Kings for 14 seasons, appearing in 1,077 games.
- Kings All-Time leading goal scorer with 557 goals.
- One of five players to have his jersey retired by the Kings.
- Named Kings President, Business Operations ib May 25, 2007.
|Ian Turnbull |
- Played 10 seasons in the NHL
- Played with the Kings during the 1981-82 season
- Holds the NHL record with five goals in one game by a defenseman (1977)
- Serves as secretary of the Kings Alumni Association
|Terry Murray |
- Named Kings head coach on July 17, 2008, with a 34-37-11 mark in 208-09
- Formerly the head coach with Philadelphia, Washington and Florida
- Has a 394-314-111 record over 12 NHL seasons as a head coach
- Played in 302 career games as an NHL defenseman
|Mark Hardy |
- Returned to the Kings last summer as an Assistant Coach
- Has served as an assistant coach with the Kings and the Blackhawks
- Ranks 17th on the Kings' all-time scoring list with 303 points
- Played on the 1993 Kings team that reached the Stanley Cup Finals
|Jamie Kompon |
- Entering his fourth season as a Kings Assistant Coach
- Previously worked in a number of capacities with St. Louis
- In 2006 was on the coaching staff with Team Canada at the World Championships
- Played at McGill, then in the ECHL and then professionally in Germany
|Nelson Emerson |
- Entering his second season as the Coordinator of Player Development and Systems Integration
- Spent two seasons as an assistant coach with the Kings.
- Played in 771 career NHL games for a number of teams including the Kings
- Is the CCHA's all-time leading scorer while at Bowling Green State University
|Pete Demers |
- A member of the Kings Hall of Fame
- Worked for the Kings from 1971-72 to 2005-06
- Was behind the bench for 2,632 consecutive Kings games.
- Was the Athletic trainer at the NHL All-Star game in 1977, 1981 and 2002.