Kings winger Kyle Clifford comes up with the puck in a battle against Ottawa defenseman Joe Corvo during a game last month at Staples Center.
(Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times / November 23, 2013)
It was a case of good news/bad news for the Kings on the injury front Saturday, when the team activated forward Kyle Clifford from injured reserve, then placed forward Trevor Lewis on the IR list
Clifford, who was eligible to play against Colorado on Saturday night, missed six games with an upper-body injury. He has played in 16 games this season, scoring once.
Lewis is sidelined with what's being called a lower-body injury. He saw 10 minutes 22 seconds of ice time in Thursday's overtime loss to the New Jersey Devils, the 23rd game he's played in this season.
Also out with injuries are defenseman Matt Greene, center Jeff Carter and goalie Jonathan Quick.
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