Preseason schedule, development camp dates announced.

The Kings announced the dates for their prospects development camp — July 11-12 at Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo — and all preseason games (below):

Wed.       Sept. 21       Coyotes      Phoenix           Jobing.com Arena     7 p.m.

Wed.      Sept. 21       Coyotes       Los Angeles      STAPLES Center     7:30 p.m.

Sun.       Sept. 25        Ducks          Los Angeles      STAPLES Center     6:30 p.m.

Tue.       Sept. 27        Penguins      Kansas City      Sprint Center       5 p.m.

Wed.      Sept. 28       Avalanche     Colorado          Pepsi Center        6 p.m.

Fri.         Sept. 30       Ducks           Anaheim      &nbsp   Honda Center         7 p.m.

Sat.       Oct. 1          Avalanche      Las Vegas      MGM Grand          6 p.m.

Times for the development camp sessions and the list of invited players haven’t been announced yet.

The Kings play one exhibition game in Germany on Oct. 4 before starting the regular season in Stockholm, Sweden three days later. The will play the special exhibition game is scheduled for 7 p.m. (10 a.m. Pacific Time) at the O2 World Hamburg in Hamburg, Germany, against the Hamburg Freezers of the German Elite League.

The Kings then open their regular season with two games in Europe – Oct. 7 against the Rangers at the Ericsson Globe Arena in Stockholm and Oct. 8 against the Sabres in Berlin. The Kings are the designated “home team” for both games.

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