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Player Evaluations

Player evaluation: King

DWIGHT KING This season: 47 games, 7 goals, 6 assists, 13 points, 24 penalty minutes, -6 rating, -3.9 CF%Rel, 14:26 time on ice The good: Dwight King, who had been among the team’s models of health over the first 238 games of his career, suffered a broken foot in the final preseason game that th... Read More

Player evaluation: Muzzin

JAKE MUZZIN This season: 82 games, 8 goals, 32 assists, 40 points, 64 penalty minutes, +7 rating, +3.2% CF%Rel, 23:04 time on ice The good: Though his misguided detractors are quick to call attention to the vaguest infraction, such inclinations are really the equivalent of a thinning swarm of o... Read More

Player evaluation: Schenn

LUKE SCHENN This season: 43 games, 2 goals, 9 assists, 11 points, 52 penalty minutes, +5 rating, -4.7% CF%Rel, 17:34 time on ice (with Los Angeles); 72 games, 4 goals, 12 assists, 16 points, 82 penalty minutes, -2 rating, -5.5% CF%Rel, 17:34 time on ice (total) The good: Joining the Kings mid-se... Read More

Player evaluation: Doughty

DREW DOUGHTY This season: 82 games, 14 goals, 37 assists, 51 points, 52 penalty minutes, +24 rating, +4.4% CF%Rel, 28:01 time on ice The good: Vying to become the first King to claim the Norris Trophy since Rob Blake in 1998, Drew Doughty emerged with his finest season as a professional, showing... Read More

Player evaluation: Kopitar

ANZE KOPITAR This season: 81 games, 25 goals, 49 assists, 74 points, 16 penalty minutes, +34 rating, +1.6% CF%Rel, 20:52 time on ice The good: Anze Kopitar eclipsed Marcel Dionne’s franchise record by leading the Kings in scoring for the ninth straight season, was a Selke Trophy finalist for the... Read More

Player evaluation: Quick

JONATHAN QUICK This season: 4,034 minutes, 40-23-5 record, 2.22 goals-against average, .918 save percentage, 5 shutouts The good: Many of Jonathan Quick’s accomplishments in 2015-16 were career-related – he became the all-time shutout leader amongst United States-born goalies and the first King ... Read More

Player evaluation: McNabb

BRAYDEN MCNABB This season: 81 games, 2 goals, 12 assists, 14 points, 92 penalty minutes, +11 rating, +2.4% CF%Rel, 18:49 time on ice The good: An evaluation of Brayden McNabb’s 2015-16 performance more or less identifies two disparate chunks of the season. There was his performance through Janu... Read More

Player evaluation: Pearson

TANNER PEARSON This season: 79 games, 15 goals, 21 assists, 36 points, 18 penalty minutes, +11 rating, +1.7% CF%Rel, 14:28 time on ice The good: Possessing a quick release and equipped with the ability to shoot accurately off the rush, Tanner Pearson proved to be a highly reliable weapon in the ... Read More

Player evaluation: Shore

NICK SHORE This season: 68 games, 3 goals, 7 assists, 10 points, 32 penalty minutes, -10 rating, +6.7% CF%Rel, 12:24 time on ice The good: The Los Angeles Kings had the top four play-drivers in the National Hockey League, and surprise! Nick Shore led the group. The NHL’s leader in Corsi-for, th... Read More

Player evaluation: Lewis

TREVOR LEWIS This season: 75 games, 8 goals, 8 assists, 16 points, 20 penalty minutes, -10 rating, -1.1% CF%Rel, 14:33 time on ice The good: Can we start a petition to re-brand the antiseptically named “Unsung Hero” award the “Trevor Lewis Award?” The versatile, team-first, defensively attuned f... Read More

Player evaluation: Andreoff

ANDY ANDREOFF This season: 60 games, 8 goals, 2 assists, 10 points, 76 penalty minutes, +1 rating, -6.8% CFRel%, 8:34 time on ice The good: In an evaluation of Andy Andreoff’s rookie season last spring, it was written that “if he’s able to make a leap from an 18-game body of work to a 60-somethi... Read More