2019 Top 25 Under 25
"Let’s put him as a mixture between Jonathan Toews and Brayden Point" -NHL Analyst Alex Tanguay
With a new three-year contract, the Swedish winger looks to excel in a new system.
How will Jack Campbell’s extension change Cal Peterson’s path to a full-time spot with the Kings?
What does the young center bring to the table and where does he fit in on the team?
Austin Wagner’s got the speed. Can he have everything else, too?
He exploded out of the gate with his great play, but can he keep it up over a whole year?
Can Anderson take his winning ways with him to the pros?
The Kings acquired the exciting young defenseman in the Jake Muzzin trade. What can we expect from him as a pro?
"A great skater, a strong skater, doesn’t make a lot of mistakes . . . he’s a leader . . . just makes things happen and makes everybody around him better." — Christian Ruutu, LA Kings Head European Scout
The offensive whiz-kid with a chip on his shoulder is poised to have a greater impact in L.A. than he did in his rookie season, despite being pegged to start the season in Ontario.
The undrafted defenseman might just be a keeper for the Kings.
"Arthur Kaliyev loves scoring goals. We love goals. We love Arthur Kaliyev." -Los Angeles Kings
Will the Kings tinker with Akil Thomas’ position prior to his jump to the NHL? Find out in today’s look at the talented 19 year old.
Mike Amadio hasn’t found a permanent home on the Kings yet. Is this finally his chance?
Don’t be fooled by the ranking: Clague isn’t far away from making an impact with the LA Kings.
The highly touted defenseman had a rough start to his pro career. Does he bounce back to become the player we all hoped he could become?
Sheldon Rempal burst into pro hockey with some blazing speed and slick hands, but fell into a slump by the end of the season.
Lizotte got a taste of the NHL at the very end of the season. How quickly will he return to the big club?
The Soo Greyhounds relied heavily on their third-year goaltender.
The Swedish goal-scoring forward is the first of the 2019 draftees to appear on our countdown.
After a quiet first year on the wing in Ontario, Eyssimont should have more opportunities to shine in what could be a make-or-break season for him.
For the second year in a row, the defensive defenseman lands at #25 in our rankings.
Not everyone can make the big list! Here’s all our extras.
Five players who were eligible for last year’s voting didn’t appear on this year’s ballot.
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