10. Oscar Moller, RW – Los Angeles Kings
A number of Kings forward prospects were expected to make the team out of training camp this season, but not Moller. Moller did his best to disrupt those plans and indeed earned a spot. At only 19 years of age, Moller is already skating a semi-regular shift on the second and third lines, becoming an occasional healthy scratch when the Kings want to go with a bigger line-up. His offensive skills are only half the picture. As he becomes more established in the NHL, his grit and leadership qualities will be more apparent. Right now, Moller must take a back seat to the more veteran players on the Kings roster. But once he has some more experience under his belt, he will combine the scoring ability of a top-six forward with the leadership ability of a future captain.