Slava Voynov developed fast, but what does he need to do to take the next step?
The top-ranked forward under 25 for the Kings won't actually be 25 until 2017. Yeah, I know!
We did another Top 25 Under 25 post and hey look! This time it's everybody's favorite King...Jake Muzzin!
Tanner Pearson can't get no respect.
Kyle Clifford has been with the Kings for quite a while. Despite being only 22, he's entering a "show-me" season. Will he meet higher expectations?
*Knock* *Knock* "Whos' there?" "It's Linden Vey assholes, let me in."
The top pick in the 2014 NHL Draft is poised for a big Junior year and a feature role for Team Russia at the 2014 World Junior Championships.
Leon's getting laaaaaaaarger
Dwight King's name is literally "King". He plays for the LA Kings. That's pretty freaking awesome.
Jordan Nolan. Man, Myth, Legend.
saw you, can't forget you
Next up: a defenseman who is well-positioned to make the jump... just gotta work on the whole defense thing. Nicolas Deslauriers comes in at number 13.
RFA hold-out Martin Jones has found his stock slipping precipitously in the past few years.
Andy Andreoff is a hockey player.
A former tenth overall pick. No, seriously.
Number 18 on our list is the Kings' international man of mystery.
Rudy Kelly rises from the dead to tell you all about bachelor #19, Nick Shore.
Here at JFTC, we like goals. We also like preventing goals! Kevin Gravel tries his best to do the latter.
The Kings' top 25 under 25 list continues with Czech RW Tomas Hyka, he of the interesting back story.
The Wisconsin forward broke out last season; he's got one more year to impress with the Badgers.
After being a late-round pick in 2012, Colin Miller was a revelation in his over-age season as Captain of the OHL's Greyhounds.
The young center was the first 17 year old in more than a decade to score over 100 points in the WHL. Yet he fell to the Kings with their 3rd round selection. What gives?
After a precipitous draft day fall from "can't-miss first-rounder" to Mr. Irrelevant, Nick Ebert lands tied for #25 on our list.
25 hockey players, 100 per cent fun