Kings coach Darryl Sutter riffs on the upcoming NHL trade deadline

Here’s what Kings coach Darryl Sutter said when asked about the trade deadline:

“Trade deadline is irrelevant to our hockey club. I don’t know what changes. You guys have been covering this team since, when did we start training camp? So, there is a salary cap and it effected us in training camp and we said we were going to play young guys and that’s what we’ll continue to do. Quite honest, for me, I don’t even think about it. I think about who we play tonight to beat Montreal and who we’re going to put in the lineup when we go to Winnipeg. It’s got no bearing on what we do. All that other stuff, it’s not hard to figure out. Just do the math. I don’t think our young players are in a position where they’re going to hurt us. They’re only in a position where they’re only going to get better. I’d rather play them for sure.”

Asked if he tuned in to watch the pre-deadline coverage, Sutter said:

“Most of it is (fertilizer). I wish I got paid to lie or make stuff up. That would be great. That would be unbelievable.”


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