Tuesday, July 8, 2008



LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Kings will host L.A. Kings Fantasy Camp 2008 at the Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo from September 6-7. The inaugural camp will feature former Kings players Luc Robitaille, Marcel Dionne, Bernie Nicholls, Jim Fox, Daryl Evans, Steve Duchesne and Ray Ferraro and more as the inaugural event raises money for the Kings Care Foundation.

“This Fantasy Camp will feature a special once-in-a-lifetime experience for hockey fans,” said Robitaille, the Kings’ President of Business Operations. “Not only will our participants get the best instruction possible from some of the greatest players to play for the Kings, but we will all have a lot of fun in the process.”

For information on attending the Camp, contact the Kings Fan Development department at 213-742-7215. Visit LAKings.com/fantasy08 as more Kings alumni confirm and for all Camp information including registration.

Below is more information on the alumni already confirmed to attend this year’s Camp:

Luc Robitaille
-- Highest scoring left wing in NHL history with 668 goals
-- Holds Kings record for most goals scored (557)
-- Jersey retired by the Kings in 2007
-- Stanley Cup winner (2002 with Detroit) -- Future member of the Hockey Hall of Fame
-- Current Kings President, Business Operations

Marcel Dionne
-- Member of the Hockey Hall of Fame
-- Ranks fifth on the NHL’s all-time scoring list with 1,771 points
-- Holds Kings records for points (1,307) and assists (757)
-- Member of the famed Kings “Triple Crown Line”
-- Jersey retired by the Kings in 1990
-- Current Kings Ambassador

Bernie Nicholls
-- Scored 475 goals over his 18-year NHL career
-- Recorded 70 goals and 80 assists with the Kings during the 1988-89 season
-- Ranks fifth on the Kings all-time scoring list with 758 points
-- Holds Kings season-best records for goals (70) and short-handed goals (eight)

Jim Fox
-- Played in 578 games during his 10-year NHL career, all with the Kings
-- Ranks eighth on the Kings all-time scoring list
-- Scored at least 30 goals three times in career
-- Set to enter his 19th season as Kings’ TV color commentator
-- Named by Sports Illustrated in 2006 as best hockey analyst

Daryl Evans
-- Played six seasons in the NHL
-- Played with the Kings from 1981-85
-- Scored the game-winning goal in the 1982 “Miracle on Manchester” playoff game
-- Recorded 13 points in 10 playoff games with Kings in 1982
-- Set to enter his 10th season as the Kings’ Radio color commentator

Steve Duchesne
-- Played in 1,113 games over his 16-year NHL career
-- Recorded 752 points in career including 315 with the Kings
-- Won Stanley Cup (in 2002 with Detroit)
-- Named to NHL’s all-rookie team as a King (with Robitaille and Jimmy Carson)

Ray Ferraro
-- Played in 1,258 games over his 18-year career
-- Played with the Kings from 1996-99
-- Led the Kings in goals in 1996-97
-- Currently serves as a TV color commentator in Canada

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