What do you all want out of a 7th or 8th defenseman this season? Is it what Keaton Ellerby provided last season? Let's take a look.
Alec Martinez comes into training camp in roster limbo. Where does his play last year put him on the defensive pecking order?
Matt Greene was on pace for 48 assists before a back injury claimed his season. WHAT COULD HAVE BEEN?
The much-maligned defenseman played with Drew Doughty this season after coming from Buffalo. How'd he do? Let's review!
Simply the best.
It wasn't easy, but we stopped drooling over Tyler Toffoli's talent long enough to take a balanced look at his accomplishments and shortcomings this season.
Are you sitting down?
His departure was overshadowed by Rob Scuderi's signing, and the Kings have (approximately) 20 potential fourth-line replacements for him. But we'll give Brad Richardson his due.
Clifford's on the block. Should the Kings keep him? Let's break down his 2013 performance and find out.
Nolan flew mostly under the radar on the Kings' fourth line this year. Let's put him on our radar for an evaluation.
You probably already know the grade we gave him, but check out the reasons why Jeff Carter was so valuable this season.
Our fourth-line center was a healthy scratch at times this year, but played regularly for most of the playoffs and solidified his place on next year's roster. Let's look at his overall performance in 2013.
We kicked off our series by looking at the 1st and 2nd line centermen and we continue on to the 3rd line.
We continue down the middle with our player evaluations. Richards looked great in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, but how was his overall performance this season?
For the first in our series of looking back at Kings' 2013 performance, we take a look at Anze Kopitar.