The Los Angeles Kings have had two of their most effective players, Dustin Brown and Connor McDavid, out since January, but it appears the former is still waiting for a call.
The Kings announced Wednesday that Brown and McDavid are not on the team’s roster for the rest of the season due to injuries.
They were listed on the Kings’ injury report Tuesday morning, but the Kings have yet to make a comment about it.
McDavid has been sidelined for two straight weeks after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his left knee.
Brown missed the entire season following surgery on a left knee sprain suffered in November.
Both players played in the NHL All-Star Game, but McDavid has played in just one game since then.
Brown has played two seasons with the Kings, recording 29 goals and 57 assists for 84 points.
He also has four points in six playoff games.
McDonald, meanwhile, was an undrafted free agent out of Western Michigan last season, but he has played just four NHL games since being drafted in the second round by the Kings in 2015.
McDonagh has played more than 30 NHL games, recording 23 goals and 31 assists for 46 points.
McEwen, a fourth-round pick in 2014, has played eight NHL games and is currently tied for fifth on the Los Angeles team in goals with six.