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Kings Sign Mikey Anderson to One-Year Deal

The Los Angeles Kings have signed defenseman Mikey Anderson to a one-year, $1-million deal.
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The Los Angeles Kings have signed defenseman Mikey Anderson to a one-year, $1-million deal.

Anderson was one of two remaining RFAs, with defenseman Sean Durzi being the lone unsigned player with training camp creeping closer.

Anderson, 23, has 20 points in 117 games over three years, including a career-high 57 games played this season. 

Anderson averaged 20:07 in ice time per game last year in a season that saw the Kings blueline facing injury issues throughout. Anderson should factor into LA's top four in 2022-23 as the Kings look to make even more noise as a playoff outfit.

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