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Kings' Lias Andersson: Headed to AHL affiliate

Andersson is set to join AHL Ontario, John Hoven of SiriusXM NHL Network Radio reports. Andersson will head to the minors to play in the final two games of AHL Ontario's season. The 2017 first-round pick notched six points in 23 NHL appearances this year and could be a regular in the Kings' lineup in 2021-22.
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Kings' Lias Andersson: Adds helper

Andersson produced an assist in Friday's 3-2 loss to the Avalanche. Andersson set up Gabriel Vilardi's third-period tally that left the Kings just short of a comeback. The 22-year-old Andersson got a look on the second line with Dustin Brown (upper body) ruled out for the remainder of the season. Through 19 games, Andersson has five points, 22 shots on net, a minus-5 rating and six PIM, although he's mainly been limited to bottom-six minutes.
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Kings' Lias Andersson: First assist of campaign

Andersson recorded an assist and two hits in Wednesday's 4-2 win over the Coyotes. Andersson hasn't been very effective this season with only four points and 21 shots on goal through 18 contests. The Swede set up a Gabriel Vilardi goal in the third period Wednesday. Andersson will likely be limited to bottom-six duties when he's in the lineup.
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Kings' Lias Andersson: Scores equalizer

Andersson scored a goal on three shots in Friday's 2-1 win over the Ducks. Andersson tallied at 14:56 of the third period to tie the game at 1-1. Anze Kopitar's tally 4:08 later was enough to complete the Kings' comeback. It's been a tough year for Andersson, his first in Los Angeles. The Swede has produced only three goals, 20 shots on net and a minus-6 rating in 15 contests, mainly in a bottom-six role.
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Kings' Lias Andersson: Back on taxi squad

Andersson was assigned to the Kings' taxi squad Monday, Lisa Dillman of The Athletic reports. Andersson will be a candidate to draw into the lineup Monday against the Ducks, though he's struggled to make much of a difference at the NHL level. Despite producing at a point-per-game pace in 14 AHL contests, Andersson has chipped in just two goals without an assist in 13 appearances with the Kings.
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Kings' Lias Andersson: Reverts to minors

Andersson was assigned to AHL Ontario on Sunday, John Hoven of SiriusXM NHL Network Radio reports. Andersson was called up Saturday but didn't draw into the lineup for the loss to Arizona. He's expected to return to the lineup with the minor-league affiliate Sunday. The 22-year-old has registered 14 points across 13 AHL appearances this year.
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Kings' Lias Andersson: Bumps to active roster

Andersson was promoted to the active roster Saturday, Lisa Dillman of The Athletic reports. Andersson has watched the last nine games from the press box, but he'll be available for Saturday's game versus the Coyotes. The 22-year-old has posted two goals and no assists through 13 NHL contests this year, though he's put up 14 points across 13 AHL appearances.
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Kings' Lias Andersson: Back on taxi squad

Andersson was promoted to the taxi squad Wednesday, per CapFriendly. Andersson has shuffled throughout the Kings' organization this year. Should he get another turn in the lineup, he'd likely play in a bottom-six role.
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Kings' Lias Andersson: Shuffles to AHL affiliate

Andersson was reassigned to AHL Ontario on Tuesday, Lisa Dillman of The Athletic reports. Andersson hasn't cracked the Kings' lineup since April 2 versus San Jose. He's picked up two goals through 13 NHL appearances this year.
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Kings' Lias Andersson: Back on taxi squad

Andersson was recalled from AHL Ontario to the taxi squad Monday, John Hoven of SiriusXM NHL Network Radio reports. Andersson has collected 12 points through 12 AHL appearances this season. HIs development in the minors has been intriguing, but it hasn't translated to the top level yet, as he has put up just two points through 13 NHL contests this year.
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Kings' Lias Andersson: Reassigned to AHL

Andersson was demoted to AHL Ontario on Sunday, CapFriendly reports. Andersson continues shuffling between levels on a regular basis and has appeared in just two NHL games since Feb. 16. The 22-year-old forward could be recalled again in the near future.
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Kings' Lias Andersson: Rises to taxi squad

Andersson was added to LA's taxi squad Thursday, Lisa Dillman of The Athletic reports. This is just one of the many paper moves the Kings have made on a daily basis as a cap-saving measure.
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Kings' Lias Andersson: Heads back to AHL

Andersson was assigned to AHL Ontario on Tuesday, Lisa Dillman of The Athletic reports. Andersson can't seem to secure a consistent role with the big club, so he's better off spending a bulk of his time in the minors for now. After all, the 22-year-old is succeeding in the AHL, recording three goals and seven assists across nine games this season.
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Kings' Lias Andersson: Up from AHL

Andersson was recalled from AHL Ontario to the taxi squad Monday. Andersson went down to the minors for just one day. The 22-year-old has struggled to get his footing at the top level, posting two goals through 13 games while averaging 10:43 of ice time.
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Lias Andersson scores in return, Kings top Golden Knights

Lias Andersson scored a goal in his first game back after missing more than a month and the L.A. Kings defeated the Vegas Golden Knights 4-2 on Wednesday night. The Kings snapped their three-game skid and a three-game losing streak in Las Vegas. Vegas had its six-game home winning streak...
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LA Kings: Lias Andersson Was ‘Ready’ and Proved It

LA Kings (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images) Patient but eager, Lias Andersson regularly walked up to LA Kings’ head coach Todd McLellan and say, “I’m ready.” On Wednesday night, he proved it. Having lost three straight games, the LA Kings needed any kind of boost to snap that skid. On...
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LA Kings: Cal Petersen, Lias Andersson shine in win over Golden Knights

LA Kings (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images) The LA Kings picked up a much-needed two points in the standings with a 4-2 victory over the Golden Knights on Wednesday night. The LA Kings topped their rivals to the east in the Vegas Golden Knights by a 4-2 final score, keeping their playoff hopes alive. At least for the moment.
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Kings' Lias Andersson: Shuffles to active roster

Andersson has been promoted to LA's active roster ahead of Friday's game versus San Jose. Andersson is expected to skate on the Kings' fourth line against the Sharks. He's potted two goals through 12 top-level appearances this season.
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Kings' Lias Andersson: Demoted to taxi squad

Andersson was reassigned to the taxi squad Thursday, per CapFriendly. Andersson scored a goal in Wednesday's 4-2 win over the Golden Knights, so there's a good chance he's back in the lineup Friday against the Sharks.