The L.A. Kings were in town, but I wasnt too concerned. So I barely put in an effort for them. They were here on the same day there was an autographe vent for local legend Trevor Linden, so I passed going for them after practice. So my report is pretty thin.
JONATHAN QUICK & ERIK ERSBERG- no reports
DAVIS DREWISKE- 0 autographs. I had nothing for him, but watched as he signed everything asked of him.
DREW DOUGHTY, RANDY JONES, JACK JOHNSON, MATT GREENE, SEAN ODONNELL, ROB SCUDERI- no reports
DUSTIN BROWN- 1 autogrpah. With a small crowd of only 3-4 people, Dustin still only signed 1 item when 2 were presented.
JUSTIN WILLIAMS- 1 autograph. A notoriously bad signer, signed but looked quite put out to be doing it. Strict 1 per.
WAYNE SIMMONDS- 2 autographs. Not much of a signature, but he signed multiples at least.
BRAYDEN SCHENN- 0 autographs. Willingly signed whatever was asked of him by those with items.
ANZE KOPITAR, RYAN SMYTH, JARRET STOLL, ALEXANDER FROLOV, MICHAL HANDZUS, SCOTT PARSE, TEDDY PURCELL, RAITIS IVANANS, BRAD RICHARDSON- no reprots
BILL RANFORD- 5 autographs. 6 items presented, did 5 & handed the pen back quite firmly. Still happy with 5, just always find it interesting when a player signs so many then stops 1 short of all of them.
in other news...
TREVOR LINDEN- 4 autographs. Did them with a smile on his face. Hes become a really great signer at these events that he is doing since retiring.
Los Angeles autographs- 9
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