LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Kings have recalled forward Scott Parse
from the Manchester Monarchs of the American Hockey League and have assigned forward Oscar Moller and Marc-Andre Cliche
to the Monarchs, Kings President/General Manager Dean Lombardi announced Wednesday.
Parse, 25, has played in 48 games with the Kings this season – his first in the NHL - and has 21 points (8-13=21) and 20 penalty minutes. The 5-11, 197-pound native of Portage, Mich., has also played in 14 games with the Monarchs this season and has 15 points (4-11=15), 21 penalty minutes and a plus-11 rating (second on the Monarchs). The Kings selected Parse in the sixth-round (174th overall) in the 2004 NHL Entry Draft.
Moller, 21, has played in 34 games with the Kings this season and has recorded seven points (4-3=7) and four penalty minutes. The 5-10, 186-pound native of Stockholm, Sweden, has 19 points (9-10=19), 14 penalty minutes and a plus-9 rating in 26 games with the Monarchs this season.
Cliche, 22, made his NHL debut last night in Dallas, recording zero points and a plus-1 rating in 7:23 of ice time. The 6-0, 198-pound native of Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec has 21 points (10-11=21) and 30 penalty minutes in 50 games with the Monarchs this season.