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Dwight King and the Los Angeles Kings agreed on a three-year deal to avoid arbitration.
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For the rest of summer Eye on Hockey will be taking a look at the core players that each team can build itself around. The Stanley Cup champion Kings are up first.
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Sami Vatanen re-upped with the Ducks for two years and a reported $2.525 million, helping solidify Anaheim's blue line of the future.
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The home division of the Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings will remain a gauntlet for the teams within it. Here's a look at how teams have restructured this offseason.
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Anze Kopitar and the Stanley Cup are back in Slovenia to celebrate but every big day begins with breakfast so he and his pup took the photo of the summer by eating out of Cups side by side.
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With the success of the Los Angeles Kings and Chicago Blackhawks over the last five years, the NHL's balance of power has shifted westward. This year's free agent frenzy proved that this arms race is only heating up.
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The San Jose Sharks rewarded young forward and penalty-killer extraordinaire Tommy Wingels with a three-year extension.
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If the Canadiens and P.K. Subban can't work out a deal soon, they'll head to salary arbitration after Subban filed for it. The same goes for 19 other players and teams.
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President Barack Obama took a little time to congratulate Dustin Brown and the Kings for their Stanley Cup and Brown responded with a small Blackhawks jab.
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The Sharks signed enforcer John Scott to a one-year deal in an effort to "keep opposing teams honest." But will he?
 
 

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