"I'm not even kidding. The minute Phaneuf got traded, I saw not only did both he and his wife have tons of photos of Pearl Phaneuf, but that there was a Pearl Phaneuf dedicated account on Instagram. I was like 'this is a home run trade.'" "Literally every trade that has happened over the last four years, my first tweet to the Kings account is 'yeah, but does he have a dog?'" he said.
Since the Kings acquired him from the Stars in June of 2016, he has made steady progress. He first became a key member of the Ontario Reign, and is now being given a shot as the Kings' backup goalie since Kuemper was traded to the Arizona Coyotes. Campbell said he has reconciled the fact that it didn't work out for him in Dallas, where he was picked 11th overall in the 2010 NHL Draft.
Overall, it was a big month for the 82-year-old. O'Ree, the NHL's first black hockey player, was highly involved in Hockey Is For Everyone month - a stretch of games where the NHL's teams pushed a message of inclusion, saying that nothing should impede anyone from playing hockey. O'Ree saw LA play the Pittsburgh Penguins on Feb. 15 and then was also at the Kings' Hockey Is For Everyone game at Staples Center on Feb. 22.
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Selecting a term
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