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LA Kings Center Prospect Jordan Weal Is “Doing Everything He Possibly Can To Become An NHL Player”

LA KINGS PROSPECT WATCH: Throughout the summer, Frozen Royalty will be taking a look at several of the Los Angeles Kings’ young prospects. In this installment, the focus is on 2010 third round pick, center Jordan Weal. Audio interviews with Weal and Kings assistant general manager Rob Blake are also included.

LOS ANGELES — Center Jordan Weal had a good first season in professional hockey in 2012-13 with the Manchester Monarchs of the American Hockey League, scoring 15 goals and adding 18 assists for 33 points in 63 regular season games, with a +8 plus/minus rating and 38 penalty minutes.

If that was “good,” then what the 22-year-old native of North Vancouver, British Columbia, who was selected by the Kings in the third round (70th overall) of the 2010 National Hockey League Entry Draft, accomplished in 2013-14 must be labeled as “great.”

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Los Angeles Kings Add Possible Top Six Left Wing Prospect

LOS ANGELES — Just as the Los Angeles Kings were closing up shop on their 2013 Training Camp, and as the 2013-14 season was about to get underway, they acquired a new, young left wing prospect—a power forward with a scoring touch.

That player just might have a chance to become a top six forward for the Kings somewhere down the road. But the best part is that they did not have to give up anything to get him.

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Center Prospect Jordan Weal Is Turning Heads At LA Kings 2013 Training Camp

EL SEGUNDO, CA — With Anze Kopitar, Mike Richards and Jarret Stoll secure in their positions as the Los Angeles Kings’ top three centers, there is no room for a highly-skilled, young center prospect on the big club’s 2013-14 roster.

But even with that knowledge, Jordan Weal, who was selected by the Kings in the third round of the 2010 National Hockey League Entry Draft (70th overall), has turned some heads during the Kings’ recent Rookie Camp, and now, during their 2013-14 Training Camp.

Both coaches and media alike have noticed Weal’s ability to carry the puck, his shot, and his speed. But there is an underlying reason why these aspects of his game are being noticed more this time around.

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Frozen Royalty Audio/Video: LA Kings Sweep Rookie Tournament With Anaheim Ducks

EL SEGUNDO, CA — Patrik Bartosak stopped 25 shots, and Nick Shore scored the game-winning goal at 7:58 of the second period to lead the Los Angeles Kings rookies to a 3-2 victory over the Anaheim Ducks rookies at the Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo, California on September 9.

With the win, the Kings rookies swept the two-game rookie tournament, having won on September 8 in Anaheim 6-1.

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