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Kings Fantasy Camp hosted by Marty McSorley On Sale now

by Staff Writer / Los Angeles Kings
Join Kings legend Marty McSorley and some of the greatest players in Kings history for the LA Kings Fantasy Camp from March 4th to 6th 2011. This year’s Camp will be held at both Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo - the Official Practice Facility of the Los Angeles Kings, and STAPLES Center in Downtown L.A. - the home of the Kings - with some of the greatest players in Kings history in attendance. Click here to purchase now. 


  • EXPIRED: 1st period offer – register in full by the Kings home opener, Tuesday October 12th vs Atlanta, and receive a $200 discount! (price - $1,099)
  • CURRENT OFFER: 2nd period offer – register in full by the Kings last game before Christmas, Thursday Dec 23rd vs Edmonton, and receive a $100 discount! (price - $1,199)
  • 3rd period offer – all registrations after Christmas until the Camp is full (36 participants) will be $1,299.

*Kings Alumni in attendance include: Hall of Famer Luc Robitaille, Marty McSorley, Daryl Evans, Bernie Nicholls Jim Fox, Glen Murray and Ian Turnbull.

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Each camper will participate in three (3) on-ice sessions with Kings Alumni. They'll also receive VIP treatment for the Kings vs. Vancouver Canucks game on Saturday March 5th.   All campers will receive a Kings Fantasy Camp jersey and hockey bag, meals will be provided during receptions with Kings Alumni and coaches, and much more.

All skill levels welcome. Act now as space is limited to 36 people. All proceeds benefit the LA King's Alumni Association and the Kings Care Foundation, the award-winning non-profit children's charity of the Los Angeles Kings.



Luc Robitaille
  • Highest scoring left wing in NHL history with 668 goals
  • Holds Kings record for most goals scored (557)
  • Jersey retired by the Kings in 2007, Hockey Hall of Fame 2009
  • Stanley Cup winner (2002 with Detroit)
  • Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Nov. 9, 2009
  • Current Kings President, Business Operations
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
  • In his 11th season as the Kings’ Radio color commentator
Ian Turnbull
  • Played 10 seasons in the NHL
  • Played with the Kings during the 1981-82 season
  • Holds the NHL record with four goals in one game by a defenseman (1977)
  • Serves as secretary of the Kings Alumni Association
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
Bernie Nicholls
    Led the Kings in scoring with 95 points (41-54=95) in 1983-84 and 1985-86 with 97 points (36-61=97) in 1985-86
  • Scored a Kings season record 70 goals and finished second on the club with a career high 150 points (70-80=150) in 1988-89
  • Ranks fifth all-time in Kings’ career scoring with 758 points (327-431=758) in 602 games
  • Represented the Kings at the 1984, 1989 and 1990 NHL All-Star Games
  • Holds or shares the Kings’ team records for most goals in one game (4), most points in one game (8), fastest to 20 goals (19 games in 1988-89), fastest to 30 goals (26 games in 1988-89) and fastest to 50 goals (51 games in 1988-89)
Jim Fox
  • Ranks eighth all-time in Kings’ career scoring with 479 points (186-293=479) in 578 career games
  • Scored 30 goals three times during his Kings’ career (1981-82, 1983-84 and 1984-85)
  • Scored a career high 83 points (30-53=83) with the Kings in 1984-85
  • Ranks ninth all-time in Kings’ career goals (186) and eighth all-time in Kings’ career assists (293)
  • His 186 goals rank third all-time amongst Kings’ right-wingers
  • Named the inaugural winner of the Kings’ “Community Service” award in 1988-89
Glen Murray
  • Drafted in the 1st round of the 1991 NHL entry Draft (18th Overall)
  • Played 6 of his16 seasons as a right winger in the NHL for the LA Kings
  • Recorded 651 in 1009 points in his professional career
  • Played in the 2003 and 2004 NHL All-Star games
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