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The Los Angeles Kings (0-0-0) and the Vegas Golden Knights (0-0-0) take the ice in Los Angeles, California on October 11, 2022 at Crypto.com Arena, starting at 10:00 PM ET on ESPN, ESPN+, and TVAS.
With the puck dropping for the start of the NHL season, here is what you need to prepare for Tuesday’s action.
Kings vs. Golden Knights: Live Streaming Info & Game Time
📅 Game Day: Tuesday, October 11, 2022
⏱️ Game Time: 10:00 PM ET
📍Location: Crypto.com Arena, Los Angeles, California
📺 TV Channel: ESPN
📱 Live Stream: fuboTV (Watch for free)
🎟️ Tickets: Tickets as low as $36
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Kings vs. Golden Knights Odds & Betting Lines
- Favorite: Kings (-118)
- Underdog: Golden Knights (-101)
- Over/under: 6
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Kings Announce Opening Night Roster
Kings opening-night roster includes 14 forwards, seven defensemen and two goaltenders
The LA Kings announced today its 23-player roster for opening night, which features 14 forwards, seven defensemen and two goaltenders.
Forwards (14): Jaret Anderson-Dolan, Viktor Arvidsson, Quinton Byfield, Phillip Danault, Kevin Fiala, Carl Grundstrom, Alex Iafallo, Arthur Kaliyev, Adrian Kempe, Anze Kopitar, Brendan Lemieux, Blake Lizotte, Trevor Moore, and Gabriel Vilardi
Defensemen (7): Mikey Anderson, Brandt Clarke, Drew Doughty, Sean Durzi, Alex Edler, Matt Roy, and Sean Walker
Goaltenders (2): Cal Petersen, Jonathan Quick
As part of today’s roster moves, the Kings loaned Rasmus Kupari (F) and Andre Lee (F) to the Ontario Reign (AHL) while Jacob Moverare (D) and Pheonix Copley (G) cleared waivers this morning and were reassigned to Ontario.
In addition, defenseman Brandt Clarke has changed his number from 54 to 92.
• Forward Anze Kopitar will serve as captain for the seventh season. He has led the Kings in points 14 of the last 15 seasons. The 2022-23 season will also be his 17th season, tying him with Dave Taylor for second-most in Kings history
• Goaltender Jonathan Quick enters the 2022-23 NHL season with 712 games played, which ranks second amongst all active goaltenders and is the most by any active goaltender under a single NHL franchise.
• Defenseman Alexander Edler is just 34 games from 1,000
• For the first time since 2008-09, the Kings Opening Night roster features two players – Kevin Fiala (33 with Minnesota), Adrian Kempe (35) – who scored 30 or more NHL goals the season prior.
• The Kings Opening Night roster features eight first-round NHL Draft selections: Quinton Byfield (2nd, 2020), Brandt Clarke (8th, 2021), Phillip Danault (26th, 2011 (CHI)), Drew Doughty (2nd, 2008), Adrian Kempe (29th, 2014), Anze Kopitar (11th, 2005), Kevin Fiala (11th, 2014 (NSH)) and Gabriel Vilardi (11th, 2017)
• Of the 23 players on the Kings Opening Night roster, 18 were drafted, signed or acquired since 2017
- Drafted (6): Mikey Anderson (2017, 4th rd.), Jaret Anderson-Dolan (2017, 2nd rd.), Quinton Byfield (2020, 1st rd.), Brandt Clarke (2021, 1st rd.), Arthur Kaliyev (2019, 2nd rd.) and Gabriel Vilardi (2017, 1st rd.)
- Signed (6): Phillip Danault (2021), Alexander Edler (2021), Alex Iafallo (2017), Blake Lizotte (2019), Cal Petersen (2017) and Sean Walker (2017)
- Traded (6): Viktor Arvidsson (2021), Sean Durzi (2019), Kevin Fiala (2022), Carl Grundstrom (2019), Brendan Lemieux (2021) and Trevor Moore (2021).
The Kings open the season Tuesday at home against the Vegas Golden Knights at 7 p.m. The game will be broadcast on ESPN and the LA Kings Audio Network on iHeartRadio. Fans who are attending the game are encouraged to be in their seats early.