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The Los Angeles Kings' second summer with the Stanley Cup in three years is coming to an end. As training camp is set to open later this week, the team held their annual HockeyFest event featuring autograph sessions with players, youth clinics, photo ops with the Cup and more.
One of the players present at the event was Jeff Schultz, who didn't get into a game during the regular season but played in seven during the playoffs. Via reader Steven Gross, the apparent lack of ice time for the defenseman this season meant less reps for the person in charge of stitching the names on the backs of the jerseys:
Again, this did happen.
Poor Shcultz, I mean Schultz. Hopefully this is some sort of prank and he didn't notice.
Finally, i other HockeyFest happenings, here's Justin Williams showing off some dance moves he learned over the summer, or imitating Jonathan Quick's scorpion save against Winnipeg back in March:
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