Dion Phaneuf Has Become Good Influence on Kings Star Drew Doughty

By Chidley-Hill, John | The Canadian Press, October 16, 2018 | Go to article overview

Dion Phaneuf Has Become Good Influence on Kings Star Drew Doughty


Chidley-Hill, John, The Canadian Press


Phaneuf good influence on Kings star Doughty

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TORONTO - Drew Doughty has won a Norris Trophy as the NHL's best defenceman and a pair of Stanley Cups with the Los Angeles Kings. But he'll be the first to tell you that he still needs work. That's where Dion Phaneuf comes in.

The two defenceman have struck up a friendship since Phaneuf was traded by the Ottawa Senators to L.A. last season. Although Doughty is the more accomplished player, he's relied on Phaneuf -- five years his senior -- to teach him the importance of leading by example.

"I get frustrated sometimes and I'll take it out on either the refs or myself or my stick, whatever it may be," said Doughty on Monday before the Kings' 4-1 loss in Toronto. "He's kind of taught me that when I'm showing frustration in myself it affects the whole team.

"As a leader on this team I can't be doing that and I've been working on it for years and sometimes I just go psycho. He's really helped me with that and he's a good person, a good friend."

The 28-year-old Doughty has 102 goals and 322 assists over 11 seasons with Los Angeles. He is often a contender for the Norris, winning it in 2016, and helped the Kings with the Cup in 2012 and 2014.

Even still, L.A. head coach John Stevens admits that Doughty has struggled with discipline over his career, amassing 557 penalty minutes. …

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