NHL Free Agency: Kings bring back Cammalleri; sign two others

Saturday July 1st marked the official start of NHL free agency.

The Los Angeles Kings started the free agency period by signing 22-year old goalie Cal Petersen from University of Notre Dame to an entry-level deal. With a saving percentage of .926% , the young goalie has great potential.

Welcome to LA, Cal Petersen! pic.twitter.com/xGtR6WMApR

— #LAKings (@LAKings) July 1, 2017

The Kings also signed defensemanStepan Falkovsky of Belarus to a 3-year entry level deal.

Defense was the focus of the beginning of the Kings offense as they agreed to a 1-year, $850,00o deal with defenseman Christian Folin from the Minnesota Wild.

The LA Kings have agreed to terms with defenseman Christian Folin on a one-year contract with an AAV of $850,000. https://t.co/nvuDz6Udag

— #LAKings (@LAKings) July 1, 2017

Left wing Mike Cammalleri, originally a Kings second-round pick in 2001, returns to Los Angeles on a one year deal reportedly worth around a million dollars.

The LA Kings agreed to terms with Michael Cammalleri on a one-year contract w/ an AAV of $1 million (plus bonuses). https://t.co/GBDxfC74Jz

— #LAKings (@LAKings) July 1, 2017