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Kings' Mark Alt: Dropped to AHL affiliate

Alt was sent to AHL Ontario on Thursday, Lisa Dillman of The Athletic reports. Alt will undoubtedly shuffle back to the Kings' taxi squad prior to Friday's game versus San Jose.
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Kings' Mark Alt: Back to AHL

Alt was assigned to AHL Ontario on Monday. Alt was brought up to the taxi squad for just one day. He should handle a more consistent role in the minors, where he's accrued four points and a minus-10 rating across 18 games.
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Kings' Mark Alt: Joins taxi squad

Alt was added to LA's taxi squad Sunday, per CapFriendly. Alt has only appeared in two games with the Kings this season, going scoreless while averaging 13:35 of ice time per contest.
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Kings' Mark Alt: Dropped to AHL affiliate

Alt was assigned to AHL Ontario on Friday, John Hoven of SiriusXM NHL Network Radio reports. Alt will likely continue to bounce between levels throughout the season. He's gone scoreless in two NHL appearances this campaign.
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Kings' Mark Alt: Promoted to taxi squad

Alt was promoted from AHL Ontario to the Kings' taxi squad Thursday, per CBS. Alt has repeatedly shuffled between the minors and the taxi squad this season. He's gone scoreless while averaging 13:35 of ice time in two NHL appearances this campaign.
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Kings' Mark Alt: Flipped to minors once again

Alt was reassigned to AHL Ontario on Wednesday, Lisa Dillman of The Athletic reports. Alt has been moved up and down between the taxi squad and the minors all season and will likely continue to do so. The defenseman figures to be returned to the taxi squad as an emergency option ahead of Thursday's clash with the Sharks.
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Kings' Mark Alt: Assigned to taxi squad

Alt was assigned to LA's taxi squad Tuesday, Lisa Dillman of The Athletic reports. Alt has frequently shuffled between levels thus far this season. He's gone scoreless in two NHL appearances this year.
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Kings' Mark Alt: Sent to minors

Alt was demoted to AHL Ontario on Sunday, CBS Sports reports. Alt has bounced between the taxi squad and Kings' active roster several times this year but managed to suit up for two games. The 29-year-old has spent most of his post-collegiate career in the minors and should see more playing time at the AHL level this season.
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Kings' Mark Alt: Back to taxi squad

Alt was returned to LA's taxi squad Saturday, Zach Dooley of LAKingsInsider.com reports. Alt will likely continue to shuffle to the taxi squad on off days only to be added to the active roster on game days throughout the season.
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Kings' Mark Alt: Moves up from taxi squad

Alt was promoted from the taxi squad Friday, John Hoven of SiriusXM NHL Network Radio reports. Alt may suit up for Friday's road game against the Golden Knights. The 29-year-old has played two games this season, averaging 13:35 of ice time per contest. He'll skate on the third pairing if he does, indeed, suit up.
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Kings' Mark Alt: Back with taxi squad

Alt was assigned to the Kings' taxi squad Wednesday, John Hoven of SiriusXM NHL Network Radio reports. LA is dealing with several blue-line injuries on the right side, so it wouldn't be surprising to see Alt back on the active roster ahead of Friday's game versus Vegas. The 29-year-old American has gone scoreless while averaging 13:35 of ice time through two games this season.
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Kings' Mark Alt: Promoted from taxi squad

Alt was activated from the taxi squad Tuesday, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports. With Matt Roy (face) and Sean Walker (upper body) out, Alt is now available to play in Tuesday's game against the Ducks. Austin Strand was also promoted from the taxi squad, so he could get the nod over Alt.
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Kings' Mark Alt: Back on taxi squad

The Kings added Alt to the taxi squad Wednesday, Lisa Dillman of The Athletic reports. Alt was reassigned to AHL Ontario on Sunday, but he'll re-join the team for his second stint on the taxi squad this season. The Minnesota native will provide depth at the top level after recording 13 points in 55 minor-league games last season.
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Regal Rundown: Kings place Troy Grosenick, Mark Alt on waivers

Today, we’ll find out if goaltender Troy Grosenick and defender Mark Alt clear waivers. The duo were placed on waivers by the LA Kings yesterday morning. Since training camp, the team has had three players out due to the new COVID-19 protocols. However, Sean Walker, Kurtis MacDermid and Cal Petersen may all be cleared to play this morning, making them eligible for a rematch against the Minnesota Wild tonight. The moves certainly seem anticipatory of players being activated.
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Kings' Mark Alt: Directed to taxi squad

Alt was assigned to the Kings' practice squad Saturday, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports. The 29-year-old played in the season debut, logging 11:32 of ice time and adding two shots and two PIM. Alt cleared waivers Saturday and subsequently dropped to the taxi squad. He'll need to be recalled in order to suit up for the Kings again.