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Kings Set To Face Coyotes In Rare Split Squad Home-And-Home

The Los Angeles Kings and Phoenix Coyotes are doing something unique tonight, as they are playing two games, at nearly the same time, in two different arenas. At 7 p.m., split squads from both the Kings and Coyotes will begin at arena in Glendale, Arizona. Thirty minutes later, the rest of each squad will face off at Staples Center in Los Angeles.

Here are the Kings' rosters for each game:

At Phoenix

Goalies: Jeff Zatkoff, Jonathan Bernier, J.F. Berube

ForwardsJohn Zeiler, Justin Williams, Brad Richardson, Kevin Westgarth, Scott Parse, Michal Handzus, Alexei Ponikarovsky, Jarret Stoll, Corey Elkins, Bud Holloway, David Meckler, Justin Azevedo, Jordan Nolan, Robert Czarnik, Ray Kaunisto 

Defense: Peter Harrold, Thomas Hickey, Davis Drewiske, Alec Martinez, Patrick Mullen, Andrew Campbell, David Kolomatis

At Los Angeles

GoaliesErik Ersberg, Jonathan Quick, Martin Jones, Garret Zemlak*

Forwards:Oscar Moller, Wayne Simmonds, Dustin Brown, Andrei Loktionov, Brandon Kozun, Riley Brace*, Brayden Schenn, Rich Clune, Linden Vey, Jordan Weal, Trevor Lewis, Kyle Clifford, Marc-Andre Cliche, Michael Pelech, Tyler Toffoli, Dwight King, Zach Harnden*, Ryan Smyth

Defense: Matt Greene, Jack Johnson, Rob Scuderi, Drew Doughty, Willie Mitchell, Johan Fransson, Dylan King*, Samuel Groulx*, Viatcheslav Voynov, Colten Teubert, Nicolas Deslauriers, Jake Muzzin

*on tryout

The Kings won their preseason opener last night, 4-2 against the Colorado Avalanche in Denver. The Coyotes won their preseason opener Tuesday night in Anaheim, 4-1 over the Ducks.