2021 World Juniors Championship
The Kings lead the league with six prospects earning a medal in this year’s WJC.
The team beat Russia 4-1, securing third place in the tournament.
Canada and the United States will duke it out for the Gold Medal.
Several Kings prospects will be in action!
The knockouts begin today.
It’s the final day of the group stage.
Kings prospects Martin Chromiak, Tobias Bjornfot, and Kasper Simontaival will take the ice Wednesday.
Two teams will remain in isolation during the updated exhibition schedule.
NHL Network will air every game of the exhibition and tournament.
The future is bright with these young prospects.
Turcotte and Kaliyev make their returns, while Faber makes his debut.
Both Kings prospects made the final cut before Team Canada heads to the bubble in Edmonton.
Turcotte, Kaliyev and Faber are among those fighting for a World Juniors roster spot.
Two Kings prospects are hoping for a spot on Team Canada.
The Kings’ top forward prospect won’t join their camp if the NHL manages a Jan. 1 start.