Kings make cuts, trim roster to 34

The Kings trimmed their training camp roster to 34 on Saturday.

Loaned to Manchester (N.H.) of the American Hockey League:

Center Andy Andreoff, goalie J.F. Berube, center Robert Czarnik, defenseman Nicolas Deslauries, goalie Martin Jones, left wing Maxim Kitsyn, defenseman Colin Miller, right wing Brian O’Neill, defenseman Alex Roach, center Jordan Weal.

Assigned to Manchester’s training camp:

Defenseman Vincent LoVerde, right wing Cameron Maclise, goalie Mathias Niederberger, right wing Scott Sabourin.

Re-assigned to junior team:

Right wing Valentin Zykov (to Baie-Comeau of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League).


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Kings agree to a two-year deal with 23-year-old goaltender Martin Jones

The Kings added depth to their goaltending corps Tuesday when they agreed to terms with Martin Jones on a two-year deal. Jones had a 27-25-4 record with a 2.53 goals-against average and a .919 save percentage plus five shutouts in 56 games last season with the Manchester (N.H.) Monarchs of the American Hockey League. He was fourth in the AHL in victories, tied for sixth in shutouts and second in saves. He has been with the Monarchs for the last three seasons. He was originally signed by the Kings as a free agent in 2008.

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