LA Kings General Manager Dean Lombardi On Prospects Colten Teubert and Brandon Kozun

LOS ANGELES — For any National Hockey League team, drafting and development of young prospects is crucial to their long-term success. But for the majority of their 42-year history, the Los Angeles Kings generally resorted to foolishly trading away their first round draft picks and their best young players for NHL veterans—some had been star... Continue Reading →

LA Kings Prospects Get Long, Hard Look At Rookie Camp

EL SEGUNDO, CA — National Hockey League training camps are still almost a week away, but NHL rookie camps are open across the league, including at the Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo, California, where the Los Angeles Kings are getting a close look at their young prospects. The Kings opened their 2009-10 Rookie Camp... Continue Reading →

LA Kings 2009 Draft Goes As Planned

LOS ANGELES — The National Hockey League completed its 2009 Entry Draft on Saturday in Montreal and just like on Friday, there were no major surprises from the Los Angeles Kings, who selected nine players in rounds 2-7 and were involved in four minor trades. One of those trades sent center Brian Boyle (photo at... Continue Reading →

Kings Sign Goalie Prospect, Assign Two to Manchester

EL SEGUNDO, CA — On October 2, the Los Angeles Kings signed goaltending prospect Martin Jones to a three-year, entry-level contract. They also assigned center David Meckler and defenseman Viatcheslav Voynov to the Manchester Monarchs of the American Hockey League. Financial terms of Jones’ contract were not disclosed. Jones, 18, was immediately returned to his... Continue Reading →

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