Brooks Laich

C / Los Angeles Kings / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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    Kings' Brooks Laich: Hits unconditional waivers

    Brooks Laich was placed on unconditional waivers for the purpose of terminating his contract Sunday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.The veteran had already been waived and assigned to AHL Ontario, so it appears Laich either doesn't want to report to the minors and wants to try to sign with another team, or he may have decided to hang up his skates for good. Laich spent 12 games with the Los Angeles Kings this season -- his first NHL stint since 2015-16 -- and recorded just one assist.

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    Kings' Brooks Laich: Waived by Kings

    Brooks Laich was waived by the Los Angeles Kings on Friday, Elliotte Friedman of CBC reports.Laich only managed one point and 10 shots through 12 games, and he had already been out of the lineup for a few tilts when this news arrived. The veteran, who signed a one-year, two-way deal with the Kings before the season, should clear waivers and wind up with OHL Ontario.

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    Kings' Brooks Laich: Finally lands deal

    Brooks Laich agreed to terms on a one-year, two-way contract with Los Angeles on Thursday, Jon Rosen of Fox Sports West reports.Laich was with the Los Angeles Kings on a professional tryout during training camp and stayed around the team in hopes of securing a permanent deal. It took an injury to Jeff Carter (leg) for Los Angeles to make an offer to the center, who will mostly provide veteran depth, but could suit up on occasion.

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    Brooks Laich: Tryout agreement expires

    Brooks Laich had his PTO deal with Los Angeles expire Sunday, but will continue to practice with the team, LA Kings Insider Jon Rosen reports.The former longtime Washington Capital didn't appear in the NHL last season, and if he's to do so in 2017-18, it's unlikely to be with the Kings. Laich is a three-time 20-goal scorer but hasn't skated well in recent seasons, which is likely what's kept him out of the NHL.

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    Kings' Brooks Laich: Secures PTO

    Brooks Laich will join Los Angeles for training camp on a professional tryout agreement.A long-term deal for Laich is by no means a guarantee, considering the Los Angeles Kings' depth down the middle, including fellow tryout signee Andrei Loktionov. The 34-year-old Laich has appeared in just 81 games over the past two seasons -- tallying 14 points over that stretch -- so you probably shouldn't be relying on him for fantasy value regardless of whether he sticks with Los Angeles.

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    Brooks Laich: Takes part in informal session with Kings

    Brooks Laich (elbow) was on the ice for an informal workout with the Kings on Wednesday, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports, adding that the veteran is expected to garner a professional tryout agreement with the team.Laich publicly expressed his frustration with the Maple Leafs, the last NHL team he played for before going under the knife this past April. Still, even if the Kings issue him a PTO, it wouldn't be wise to put much stock in a guy who has played just 207 games since the 2012 season. He does wear the leadership hat quite well, but that only goes so far in the fantasy realm.

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    Maple Leafs' Brooks Laich: Undergoes shoulder surgery, likely done in Toronto

    Brooks Laich underwent elbow surgery and is rehabbing neither with the Toronto Maple Leafs nor the minor-league affiliate Marlies, John Matisz of the Toronto Sun reports.Past reports indicated that the veteran center did not enjoy his experience in Toronto, where he was supposed to mentor a crop of phenoms, including fellow pivot Auston Matthews. Consequently, Laich was placed on waivers and ended up appearing in 27 minor-league games, producing one goal and eight helpers over that span. Judging by his apparent distaste for the Buds and the fact that the team is doing just fine without him, expect Laich to test the open market as an unrestricted free agent this summer.

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    Maple Leafs' Brooks Laich: Wants out of Toronto; placed on waivers

    Brooks Laich has been placed on waivers after he told this weekend that he either wanted to play for the Leafs or be moved to another NHL team.Laich's agent Roly Thompson doesn't think it's punishment for speaking out, but acknowledges that his client will likely pass through waivers because of his $4.5 million contract. Thompson said Laich's season with the team has been "horrible." Laich was brought in to help provide leadership for the young players on the team, but he became expendable when they matured quickly. Laich will continue to play with the AHL Marlies after he clears waivers Wednesday and will not break contract.

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    Maple Leafs' Brooks Laich: Assigned to AHL Toronto

    Brooks Laich was demoted to AHL Toronto on Tuesday, James Mirtle of The Globe and Mail reports.Laich was a candidate to stay with the team as a veteran mentor but the team will instead elect to save the cap space by sending him to the minors. The 33-year-old appears to be moving towards the end of his career but could still find his way back to the NHL if Toronto goes through anything similar to the onslaught of injuries that had in 2015-16.

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    Maple Leafs' Brooks Laich: Clears waivers, but remains with team

    Brooks Laich has cleared waivers, but remains with the Leafs, reports Sportsnet 590TheFAN.The end of the 33-year-old's career is nearing, but Laich still has gas in the tank. He remains with the team in a veteran/mentor/leadership role to support all of the young players the Leafs are planning to roster. If he eventually goes down to the AHL Marlies, the Leafs would save $925,000 under the cap (the equivalent of Auston Matthews hit). Laich's cap hit sits at $4.5 million right now.

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