The Los Angeles Kings are promoting the Daryl Evans intermediate workshop. For four dates in June, hockey players have an opportunity to improve their skills with former Los Angeles Kings left winger Daryl Evans.
The intermediate workshop will take place at the Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo, Calif. The camp dates are June 4, 11, 18 and 25. There is a $400 registration fee and those interested must sign up by June 4 and be 18 years or older. Among the skills, Evans will help participants to work on include skating, passing, stick handling and shooting.
Evans played for the Kings from 1981 to 1985. In 105 regular season games, Evans had 21 goals and 29 assists for 50 points.
However, Evans will always be known within the Kings organization for his performance in the Miracle on Manchester on April 10, 1982. In game three of the Kings' Smythe Division semi-final series against the Edmonton Oilers, Evans scored the overtime winner in a 6-5 Kings victory. The Kings were once down 5-0 in the game after two periods before they scored five unanswered third-period goals and then won the game with Evans' remarkable game-winning goal. It was the greatest comeback in the history of the Stanley Cup Playoffs and when the Kings won the series three games to two it was the biggest upset in the history of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Kings were 48 points back of the Oilers after the regular season.
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