The Los Angeles Kings are coming off a Stanley Cup championship and have kept nearly every player from the championship roster. But, that doesn't mean there won't be some intense competition in training camp.
According to LAKingsInsider.com, the Kings open camp at the Toyota Sports Center on Sept. 19; however, because of renovations to that facility, they will be moving to the Staples Center for the majority of camp.
Youngsters like Brayden McNabb and Derek Forbort will look to make a strong impression and show they've made improvements in recent months. On the other hand, veterans like Mike Richards will look to prove that a poor showing last season was a fluke.
These are the Kings' top battles to watch for in training camp.