Hutton, a left-handed shot, joins the Kings after spending his first four NHL seasons with the Vancouver Canucks. He appeared in 69 games for Vancouver in 2018-19, tallying five goals, 20 points, 43 penalty minutes, and a minus-23 rating while averaging just over 22 minutes of ice time.
The 26-year-old blue-liner was Vancouver's fifth-round pick (147th overall) out of the University of Maine in 2012. He's scored 11 goals and 70 points over 276 career NHL contests.
The agreement ends a protracted saga that saw the 23-year-old miss the start of training camp while the sides negotiated this new deal. It's not immediately clear when he'll arrive in camp, or whether he'll be able to play in the Golden Knights' next preseason contest, Friday against the Kings.
Selected by Vegas from the Anaheim Ducks in last year's expansion draft, Theodore emerged as a critical piece of the Golden Knights' core during their remarkable run to the Stanley Cup Finals. In 61 regular-season games last year, the former first-round pick tallied six goals and 29 points while averaging just over 20 minutes of ice time, and he added another 10 points in 20 playoff games.
Both Gonzalez and Doan released statements about the Senator shortly after his death, according to Cole. Gonzalez said he's "proud to consider (McCain) a dear friend," while Doan called him "a shining example of what a modern leader should be."
Beyond his political career, McCain was well-known for his avid sports fandom, and he was a frequent spectator at home games for all of Arizona's major professional sports teams.
McCain, who ran for president in 2008, had served as Arizona's Senator since 1987.
Bryce Harper may be the Vegas Golden Knights' biggest celebrity fan, but he's employed in Washington, D.C. So this Stanley Cup Final was a win-win for him.
On Thursday, the Capitals brought the Cup to the District of Columbia for the first time with a 4-3 win in Las Vegas. Harper, a Vegas native who's gone on to stardom with the Nationals, attended Games 3 and 4 of the series in Washington clad in Golden Knights gear but left Capital One Arena disappointed after the home team won.
When the clock ran out on Vegas and the Capitals lifted the Stanley Cup, a defeated Harper took it all in stride and congratulated his adopted hometown on its first major professional sports title in 26 years.
The 25-year-old did make sure to mention his Golden Knights too, who stunned the sports world by finishing three wins short of a championship in their inaugural season.
With the Nationals playing at home this weekend, Harper is now ready to honor Washington's new champions when they face off against the Giants. He's already imploring his baseball team to don some Capital red in celebration.
Harper wasn't the only member of the Nationals celebrating the win on Thursday, as some of his teammates took to Twitter as well.
Perhaps the Nationals will all rock the red while Lord Stanley himself pays a visit to Nationals Park in the near future.