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  • Kings' Alex Turcotte: Sustains concussion

    Turcotte suffered a concussion during the AHL playoffs, which has raised concerns within the organization, John Hoven of SiriusXM NHL Network Radioreports. It was the second concussion of the season for Turcotte, who was not going to be able to play again in the playoffs as a result. In his eight NHL appearances this year, the Illinois native failed to register a point while tallying 13 shots, eight hits and two PIM. GIven the concern within the team, Turcotte's status for Opening Night of the 2022-23 season could be in jeopardy, though no official statement has been released.
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  • Kings' Alex Turcotte: Returned to minors

    Turcotte was sent down to AHL Ontario on Tuesday, per LA Kings' Insider Jared Shafran. With the Kings off until Thursday, the decision to demote Turcotte to the minors shouldn't come as a surprise. Despite his solid production in the minors with 10 points in 18 contests, the Illinois native has yet to register his first NHL point after being held off the scoresheet in his first eight contests.
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  • Kings' Alex Turcotte: Loaned to taxi squad

    Turcotte was reassigned to the taxi squad Friday. Turcotte was a healthy scratch for Thursday's loss to the Avalanche, but he had appeared in five straight games with the Kings prior to that contest, so he could be back on the active roster prior to Sunday's clash with the Devils. The 2019 first-round pick has gone scoreless through eight top-level appearances this year.
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  • Kings' Alex Turcotte: Set to play Monday

    Turcotte is expected in the lineup against the Rangers on Monday and will be elevated to the active roster, Zach Dooley of the Kings' official site reports. Turcotte has appeared in just three games this season in which he registered six shots, two PIM and two hits while averaging 10:26 of ice time. While the 20-year-old center may have to serve time as a healthy scratch periodically, he figures to get plenty of opportunities this year and should be a mainstay in the lineup looking ahead to the 2022-23 campaign.
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  • Kings' Alex Turcotte: Clears protocols, joins taxi squad

    The Kings activated Turcotte from COVID-19 protocols and reassigned him to the practice squad Sunday, Lisa Dillman of The Athletic reports. The 20-year-old entered virus protocols Monday. Having played in only three games this season, Turcotte doesn't appear to be a big part of the Kings' 2021-22 plans and doesn't figure to see much NHL action this campaign.
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  • Kings' Alex Turcotte: Enters COVID-19 protocols

    Turcotte was added to the Kings' COVID-19 protocols list Monday. Turcotte has played in three NHL contests this season and averaged 10:25 of ice time. The 20-year-old call-up will be required to submit two negative COVID-19 tests to regain playing eligibility, but this could spell the end of his current NHL stint if the Kings choose to send him back to the AHL.
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  • Kings' Alex Turcotte: Joins taxi squad

    Turcotte was promoted from AHL Ontario to the taxi squad Sunday, Jon Rosen of Fox Sports West reports. Turcotte has 10 points in 18 AHL appearances this season. The 20-year-old forward has yet to make his NHL debut.
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  • Kings' Alex Turcotte: Returned to AHL

    Turcotte was reassigned to AHL Ontario on Tuesday, John Hoven of SiriusXM NHL Network Radio reports. Turcotte was brought up to the big club for one day in what amounts to a paper move for the team. He's yet to make his NHL debut.
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  • Kings' Alex Turcotte: Pulled up to majors

    Turcotte was called up from AHL Ontario on Monday, John Hoven of SiriusXM NHL Network Radio reports. Turcotte has recorded 10 points through his 18 AHL games this season. The 20-year-old center will have a chance to make his NHL debut against the Oilers on Wednesday.
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  • Kings' Alex Turcotte: Returns to minors

    The Kings loaned Turcotte to AHL Ontario on Friday. It's unclear how long the 20-year-old center will remain with the AHL club. Turcotte has yet to log any NHL action this season.
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  • Kings' Alex Turcotte: Bumped up to NHL

    Turcotte was recalled from AHL Ontario on Thursday, John Hoven of SiriusXM NHL Network Radio reports. Turcotte has tallied five points and eight PIM through eight games with AHL Ontario this season. It's unclear if this is simply a paper move of if the 20-year-old forward will have a chance to make his NHL debut against New Jersey on Friday.
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  • Kings' Alex Turcotte: Cleared for rookie tournament

    Turcotte (abdomen) has been cleared to participate at the Rookie Faceoff tournament beginning this weekend, Zach Dooley of LA Kings Insider reports. Turcotte underwent an appendectomy near the end of August, but he's recovered in time to participate in the rookie tournament. The 20-year-old is likely to begin the 2021-22 campaign with AHL Ontario, where he picked up 21 points in 32 contests last year. He could be a candidate for a bottom-six role with the big club if injuries arise among the Kings' forwards during the season.
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  • Kings' Alex Turcotte: Undergoes appendectomy

    Turcotte had surgery Thursday for acute appendicitis but should be ready for the Kings' rookie camp in mid-September. Turcotte spent his first professional season playing exclusively for AHL Ontario, for which he recorded six goals and 15 assists in 32 contests. The University of Wisconsin product was selected by Los Angeles with the fifth overall pick in the 2019 NHL Draft and should be given a chance to secure a roster spot for Opening Night during training camp this fall.
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  • Kings' Alex Turcotte: Assigned to AHL

    Turcotte (lower body) was assigned to AHL Ontario on Monday, TSN reports. Turcotte is expected to spend most of the season in the minors, as Kings GM Rob Blake said in December that he won't play more than seven games with the big club to preserve his three-year, entry-level contract. The Kings have high hopes for the 2019 fifth overall pick. Turcotte was impressive at the University of Wisconsin last year, recording 26 points over 29 games.
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  • Kings' Alex Turcotte: Considered week-to-week

    According to general manager Rob Blake, Turcotte is considered week-to-week with his lower-body issue, John Hoven of SiriusXM NHL Network Radio reports. Once cleared, the plan is for Turcotte to skate on his own for a week before being assigned to AHL Ontario. The fifth overall pick from the 2019 draft clearly isn't expected to have a major role with the Kings in 2020-21, but it still wouldn't be surprising to see him make his NHL debut at some point this season.
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  • Kings' Alex Turcotte: Dealing with lower-body issue

    Turcotte is considered week-to-week after sustaining a lower-body injury, Lisa Dillman of The Athletic reports. Turcotte was likely pushing for a spot in the lineup for Opening Night against the Wild on Thursday but will not have to miss a minimum of the next two games based on the team's timeline. Once healthy, Turcotte should push for the third-line center role over Michael Amadio or Quinton Byfield.
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  • Kings' Alex Turcotte: Leaving directly for Los Angeles

    Turcotte will take a private chartered flight from the IIHF World Junior Championship in Edmonton directly to Los Angeles, Bob McKenzie of TSN of TSN. Turcotte will be joined on the plane by five other prospects of both the Kings and Ducks who competed in the World Juniors. The hope is that the private flight will allow the players to have a shortened (or non-existent) quarantine period -- which is mandated by the NHL -- and allow them to join their clubs right away for training camp. Turcotte recorded three goals and five assists in seven games for Team USA after managing just two points in five contests last year.
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  • Kings' Alex Turcotte: Set to play in AHL

    Kings GM Rob Blake said Wednesday that Turcotte isn't expected to play more than seven NHL games this year, John Hoven of SiriusXM NHL Network Radio reports. Blake sounds determined to get the 19-year-old center a few games with the big club, but he's doesn't favor burning a year off the Turcotte's entry-level contract this season. The fifth-overall pick in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft, Turcotte lived up to expectations last season and rang up 26 points over 29 games at the University of Wisconsin. It appears he could spend a bulk of the 2020-21 campaign with AHL Ontario.
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  • Kings' Alex Turcotte: Inks entry-level deal

    The Kings signed Turcotte to a three-year, entry-level contract Wednesday. Having recently wrapped up his freshman season with the University of Wisconsin, Turcotte will join AHL Ontario for practice Thursday. The 19-year-old forward tallied nine goals and 26 points in 29 collegiate contests after he was selected fifth overall in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. Turcotte should compete for a spot on the NHL squad next season.
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