Vilardi, Anderson-Dolan and Villalta return from injury in time for World Juniors; Red-hot Kupari, Phillips, Anderson and Sodergran get invites; Thomas and Hrenak heat up; Shafigullin woes continue
JAD heads back to Spokane, where he immediately assumes the role of top offensive threat for the team.
One of the brightest prospects in the team’s pipeline, the potential for the young center is huge.
Making the Top-5 for the second year in a row, the 20 year-old solidified his spot as the Kings’ top defensive prospect.
Rasmus Kupari is fast — really fast — but it takes more than speed to be a first-round draft pick. Fortunately, he has more than just speed.
Asking the eternal question of every (goaltending) prospect: Could he be the future in LA or will be a different team?
The speedy, high-scoring forward is poised for another big year as a leader of the Niagara IceDogs.
An NCAA title and a WJC bronze medal at 18? That’s a solid post-draft season.
The Soo Greyhounds were almost unstoppable last season, and the young man between the pipes was a big reason why.
The Swedish defenseman is known for having a high hockey IQ. But with an increasingly crowded blue line, where does he fit in?
The former Husky is ready to make an impact in his first full professional season.
The Kings signed their 2017 5th round pick last month. Is he ready to make his pro debut?
The steady defender looks to distinguish himself among a crowded crop of defenders on the Ontario Reign.
The speedy winger looks to build on his first season as a pro and draw the attention of the Kings’ brass.
The Kings hope to once again strike gold with a college free agent.
The prolific OHL scorer is still trying to make his mark in the pros. Can he at least stick in the AHL this year?
Here’s a defenseman who punched above his weight (literally and figuratively) last season.
The tough defenseman looks to bring his hard-nosed game to Ontario this season.
Fan favorite? Check. Stable AHL roster spot? Check. Upside? We’ll see where it takes him.