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Kings make first cuts of training camp

Kings6 The Kings reduced the number of players in their training camp to 54 Wednesday with a series of moves.

Released from Professional Tryout Agreement were right wing J.D. Watt, defenseman Ray Macias and center C.J. Stretch.

Reassigned to their respective junior teams were left wing Michael Schumacher, center Jordan Weal, goaltenders Christopher Gibson and Michael Morrison, defenseman Pierre Durepos, center Taylor Carnevale and right wing Michael Kantor.

Defenseman Teigan Zahn was released from camp.

The Kings play split-squad games Wednesday against the Phoenix Coyotes, one at Staples Center and the other at Glendale, Ariz., and resume practicing Thursday at 11 a.m. at the Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo.


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