2015 Top 25 Under 25
2015 Top 25 Under 25, #2: Tanner Pearson
If Pearson doesn't score seven goals in his first eight games again, he's fired.
2015 Top 25 Under 25, #7: Kyle Clifford
In which you read a third regurgitation of us talking about Kyle Clifford in the Top 25 Under 25 series.
2015 Top 25 Under 25, #8 - Valentin Zykov
The young Russian seems to be basically the same player he was when the Kings drafted him, so why are the Kings so high on him?
2015 Top 25 Under 25, #9: Michael Mersch
What's left to prove after a torrid playoff run? Quite a bit, actually.
2015 Top 25 Under 25, #11: Patrik Bartosak
On the ice when Manchester won the Calder Cup, Bartosak is looking for a little bit more.
2015 Top 25 Under 25, #12: Jonny Brodzinski
Why Jonny Brodzinski might be the next Tyler Toffoli
2015 Top 25 Under 25, #14: Spencer Watson
Spencer Watson is short of stature, but is an offensive dynamo. What does his future hold for the Kings?
2015 Top 25 Under 25, #15: Jean-Francois Berube
Now examining the average career of the French-Canadian prospect.
2015 Top 25 Under 25, #17: Zac Leslie
2013 Kings draftee Zac Leslie hopes to take his talents to Ontario, California, this year, and prove he can succeed above the junior hockey level.
Top 25 Under 25, #18 - Erik Cernak
I have nothing interesting to put here but what if his name was Eric Kernak instead. What if.
2015 Top 25 Under 25, #19: Nick Ebert
Nick Ebert is poised to have a Colin Miller-like breakout this season.
2015 Top 25 Under 25, #20: Kevin Gravel
The big defenseman earned his first NHL contract this year.
2015 Top 25 Under 25, #22: Paul LaDue
Vying for a spot as LA's best non-NHL defenseman, and as LA's most punnable name.
2015 Top 25 Under 25, #23: Michael Amadio
Known for his defense, the 2014 third-round pick has made some strides in his offensive game.
2015 Top 25 Under 25, #25: Alexander Dergachyov
We open our annual look at LA's prospects with a Russian dude.
JftC Presents: The 2015 Top 25 Under 25
Once described as "perfect summer content" by Jon Rosen