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Ducks make cuts, Kings' Parse bothered by sore toe

September 26, 2010 |  4:10 pm

Parse_250The Ducks made an assortment of roster moves that leaves them at 30 players in camp -- 18 forwards, 10 defensemen and two goaltenders.

 Centers Trevor Smith and MacGregor Sharp, goalie Timo Pielmeier and defenseman Jake Newton were assigned to Syracuse of the American Hockey League. Goalie Igor Bobkov was returned to his junior team, London of the Ontario Hockey League, and left wing Stephane Veilleux was released.

Players had Sunday off but are scheduled to return to the ice at the Honda Center on Monday.

The Kings practiced Sunday with little news emerging except for Scott Parse missing the second session, apparently because of a sore foot. He was hit by a teammate’s shot on Wednesday.

The Kings are due back on the ice at 10 a.m. Monday at the Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo. Their next round of cuts is likely to come after their exhibition game against the Ducks on Tuesday at Staples Center.

--Helene Elliott

Photo: Scott Parse of the Kings. Credit: Doug Pensinger / Getty Images

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