2017 Top 25 Under 25
For the first time, it wasn’t unanimous, but the 21-year-old Swede’s dynamic talents (and immediate NHL opportunities) helped him top our countdown.
The new face of the Kings’ prospect pool? Probably, but there’s no rush for LA’s brightest draft prospect in a decade.
A nifty shootout move in China was just the latest move in Brodzinski’s bid for an NHL gig in 2017-18.
The 2016 second-rounder has only gotten better since the Kings grabbed him in the NHL Draft.
After an explosive final year in juniors, Amadio didn’t miss a beat in his first AHL season.
He was overshadowed by LA’s first-round pick back in June, but training camp has given Anderson-Dolan a chance to prove why he’s so highly regarded.
Small, undersized, but a good scorer? Sounds familiar...
What’s that? You want the Kings to get faster? This guy can help.
The Swede looks to take on a larger role in the OHL after spending some time with LA’s best defensemen (and one of 2018’s best as well).
No longer exempt from waivers, the long shot looks to impress during the preseason.
The undrafted forward is already turning heads at rookie camp.
The puck-moving defenseman made big strides in his second OHL season, giving the Kings a potential fourth-round steal.
There’s more than meets the eye with this hard-hitting defenseman. If he continues to improve, does he have a real shot at cracking the NHL roster?
Now one of the veterans on the Reign, Leslie will look to put himself on the Kings’ radar.
This "throwback" defenseman will work on growing his offense at UMD.
The Kings reached out to Tampa Bay to stock their shallow prospect pool, betting Imama’s breakthrough season in the QMJHL is a sign of things to come.
LA’s had some luck with late-round picks, but Reddekopp is trying to become the first seventh-round defenseman to crack the Kings in this millennium. (Eventually.)
After four years in North America, the young defenseman looks for a KHL kickstart.
Even by goalie standards, we’re not sure what to expect... but he had a hell of a season to build off of.
Playing in the KHL is pretty good for your development, unless you’re on the most loaded team in the league.
Yet another high-scoring SCSU prospect in the Kings’ pipeline!
The 2017 fifth-round pick recovered from a broken femur to put himself on the Kings’ radar last season. Can he keep on scoring?