Christian Ehrhoff

#10 D / Los Angeles Kings / EXP: 11YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 196 lb Age: 33 College: None

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      Kings' Christian Ehrhoff: Suits up Monday

      Ehrhoff (neck) suited up for Monday's game against the Blackhawks, according to Rich Hammond of the Orange County Register. Ehrhoff left the Kings' last game Saturday with the injury, but he was able to return to action Monday night. After failing to tally a point in the Kings' first five games of the season, Ehrhoff notched three assists in the five games leading up to Monday's contest.

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      Kings' Christian Ehrhoff: Expected to play Monday

      Ehrhoff practiced Sunday and expects to play Monday against Chicago, LA Kings Insider Jon Rosen reports. After dealing with multiple injuries since leaving Vancouver following the 2010-11 season, Ehrhoff has yet to replicate his offensive production as a Canuck. However, with his big shot from the point, Ehrhoff continues to average 2:39 of power play time on ice per game, maintaining the possibility for him to score around 30 points this season.

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      Kings' Christian Ehrhoff: Exits Saturday's game with injury

      Ehrhoff exited Saturday's game against the Predators with an upper-body injury and is not expected to return, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports. Ehrhoff suffered the injury after taking a hard, and somewhat questionable, hit from Nashville's Mike Ribeiro behind the net. The Kings should provide an update on the blueliner's status once they have an opportunity to evaluate him further, but his status for Monday's tilt against the Blackhawks is up in the air at this point in time.

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      Kings' Christian Ehrhoff: Slow start with the Kings

      Ehroff missed all 11 of his shots and has a minus-5 rating to show so far for the Kings since the beginning of the 2015-16 season. During the free agency period in the offseason, Ehroff left Pittsburgh to join the Kings. This change of pace may explain why he's been unproductive this season, but the defenseman is averaging 18 minutes on ice since the start of the season, which is plenty of time to show his worth. However, it's still early and Ehroff is a solid player with potential to improve in the season ahead.

    • Ehrhloff Signs One-Year Deal With Kings

      News: Christian Ehrhoff signed a one-year, $1.5 million contract with the Kings on Sunday, Rich Hammond of the Orange County Register reports.
      Analysis: The 33-year-old was very likely hoping to retain a salary close to his $4.5 million figure from last year, so this is likely a disappoint for him. He was limited by injuries last season, but could re-establish value with a solid 2015-16.
    • KHL Not An Option For Ehrhoff

      News: Christian Ehrhoff has ruled out playing in the KHL or Europe this season, the Columbus Dispatch reports.
      Analysis: The free-agent defenseman has a few one-year contract offers on the table from NHL clubs at the moment, but is hoping someone comes through with a salary closer to the $4.5 million he earned last season. Expect Christian Ehrhoff to find a new employer before training camp begins.
    • Pens' Ehrhoff Nursing Concussion

      News: Christian Ehrhoff admitted Sunday that it was a concussion that had sidelined him since March 24,'s Wes Crosby reports.
      Analysis: Christian Ehrhoff appeared to be trending toward a return from the head injury during the Penguins' first-round playoff series with the Rangers, but those plans were halted after he recently endured a setback in his recovery. The blueliner has said that he suffered multiple concussions during the season, so it sounds like he'll plan on taking it easy over the summer in an attempt to the start of next season. Ehrhoff will become an unrestricted free agent in July.
    • Penguins' Ehrhoff Sidelined

      News: Christian Ehrhoff (upper body) did not participate in Monday's morning skate, Dave Molinari of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
      Analysis: While the Penguins' lineup for Monday's Game 3 against the Rangers hasn't been finalized, the report relays via coach Mike Johnston that Christian Ehrhoff "just hasn't been progressing," which suggests that the blueliner can be effectively ruled out for the contest.
    • Pens' Ehrhoff (Upper Body) Out Saturday

      News: Christian Ehrhoff will not play on Saturday in Game 2 of the Penguins' playoff series against the Rangers.
      Analysis: Christian Ehrhoff was able to participate in the Penguins' morning skate on Saturday, but still isn't quite ready to make his return to the Pens' lineup. His next chance to suit up will come on Monday.
    • Pens' Ehrhoff (Upper Body) Skates Saturday

      News: Christian Ehrhoff (upper body) participated in the Penguins' morning skate on Saturday, Seth Rorabaugh of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
      Analysis: Christian Ehrhoff is still questionable to play in Game 2, but the fact that he was able to participate in the Penguin's morning skate indicates that he has a legitimate shot of returning to Pittsburgh's lineup for the second game of their series with the Rangers. The team will provide an update on his status prior to puck drop on Saturday.
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