Los Angeles Kings Draft Roundup: All Picks

From the first round to the last pick, see who LA selected in the NHL Draft.

The NHL Draft is, to say it politely, long. Fortunately, if you missed it (or you lost interest when the picks stopped being televised), we're here for you. Here's a quick roundup of the selections made by the Los Angeles Kings.

1st Round

Pick 29: LW Adrian Kempe, Modo (SHL)

CSS Ranking: 6th in Europe

The Quick Assessment: See here.

2nd Round

Pick 50: D Roland McKeown, Kingston (OHL)

CSS Ranking: 27th in North America

The Quick Assessment: See here.

Pick 60: D Alex Lintuniemi, Ottawa (OHL)

CSS Ranking: 187th in North America

The Quick Assessment: See here.

3rd Round

Pick 90: C Michael Amadio, North Bay (OHL)

CSS Ranking: 68th in North America

The Quick Assessment: Amadio has the physical tools (6'3", 200 pounds) and has been described as offensively skilled, though his 38 points in 64 games aren't blowing anyone away. He and his Battalion had an unexpected run to the OHL Championship Series this season.

4th Round

Pick 118: D Steven Johnson, Omaha (USHL)

CSS Ranking: Not Ranked

The Quick Assessment: For the second straight year, a Minnesota commit was selected by LA in the fourth round. But while Hudson Fasching fell from a lofty ranking, Johnson was off the radar from the beginning. We'll see if he has an equally great first season with the Gophers.

5th Round

Pick 146: G Alec Dillon, Victoria (BCHL)

CSS Ranking: 13th in North America (among goalies)

The Quick Assessment: The Kings took a goalie in last year's fifth round as well (Patrick Bartosak). Dillon's 6'5" frame has to be appealing, though his .911 SV% in the BCHL didn't hurt either.

6th Round

Pick 157: C Jake Marchment, Belleville (OHL)

CSS Ranking: Not Ranked

The Quick Assessment: Bryan Marchment's nephew, and similarly, a handful to play against. Already 6'3" and 201 pounds, but don't expect scoring.

Pick 180: LW Matt Mistele, Plymouth (OHL)

CSS Ranking: 88th in North America

The Quick Assessment: Mistele dropped from 34 goals and 60 points in 2012-13 to 18 goals and 37 points in 2013-14. A steal if he returns to form, but otherwise, will be a major project.

7th Round

Pick 209: RW Spencer Watson, Kingston (OHL)

CSS Ranking: 59th in North America

The Quick Assessment: A teammate of both McKeown and #4 overall pick Sam Bennett. Too undersized for the Kings to pick earlier, but the Kings had an extra pick thanks to the Dan Carcillo trade, so why not? Watson has a twin brother (woo!) and it would have been hilarious if LA had picked the other Watson with the final pick at #210. Alas, it wasn't meant to be.

Pick 210: D Jacob Middleton, Ontario (OHL)

CSS Ranking: 172nd in North America

The Quick Assessment: Big defenseman who played with Lintuniemi in the OHL. Had an up-and-down season which led to a big drop in the rankings, but he held on juuuuust long enough to become the NHL's Mr. Irrelevant.

Congrats to all the picks; we hope to see you in black and white someday.