SEATTLE (AP) — The Seattle Kraken have started training camp with a group of players who had been on the ice together before. They are also now able to be around each other in the locker room with COVID-19 protocols lifted to start the process of improving on what was a disappointing first season. The Kraken made some key offseason additions and should be far better than the team that finished last season 27-49-6, including a miserable nine-game losing streak in December and January.
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