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Player Evaluations

Player evaluation: Toffoli

TYLER TOFFOLI This season: 76 games, 23 goals, 26 assists, 49 points, 37 penalty minutes, +25 rating, 14:35 time on ice The good: Consider this: Tyler Toffoli led the Kings in plus-minus (+25), five-on-five points per 60 minutes (2.46) and shots per 60 (10.93; seventh in the NHL), ranked second ... Read More

Player evaluation: Nolan

JORDAN NOLAN This season: 60 games, 6 goals, 3 assists, 9 points, 54 penalty minutes, -6 rating, 9:58 time on ice The good: After enduring sporadic usage throughout the first half of the season, Jordan Nolan played in the final 41 games and surpassed the 26 consecutive game streak from 2012-13 ... Read More

Player evaluation: Pearson

TANNER PEARSON This season: 42 games, 12 goals, 4 assists, 16 points, 14 penalty minutes, +14 rating, 13:18 time on ice The good: Tanner Pearson can put the puck in the net. Maintaining an unsustainable (but really cool!) shooting percentage of 17.6% in the 42 games he was healthy, Pearson racke... Read More

Player evaluation: Regehr

ROBYN REGEHR This season: 67 games, 3 goals, 10 assists, 13 points, 45 penalty minutes, +10 rating, 20:20 time on ice. The good: Averaging 83 hard seconds of ice time more than the season prior, Regehr appeared in 67 games and while healthy provided a Kings blue line a stabilizing veteran figure... Read More

Player evaluation: Shore

NICK SHORE This season: 34 games, 1 goal, 6 assists, 7 points, 10 penalty minutes, 0 rating, 11:05 time on ice. The good: The Shore Boy made his NHL debut in mid-January, and, like Tanner Pearson the season prior, recorded his first NHL marker on a game-tying goal at Nassau Coliseum during a com... Read More

Player evaluation: Quick

JONATHAN QUICK This season: 4,184 minutes, 36-22-13 record, 2.24 goals-against average, .918 save percentage, 6 shutouts The good: Jonathan Quick was the Kings’ workhorse in 2014-15, and by virtue of his dominance early and the Kings’ tight playoff race late, hardly ceded any consistent swaths o... Read More

Player evaluation: Stoll

JARRET STOLL This season: 73 games, 6 goals, 11 assists, 17 points, 58 penalty minutes, +3 rating, 15:29 time on ice. The good: Jarret Stoll served as the third line checking center on a premier checking team that allowed the fewest shots against in the league. No longer the reliable secondary s... Read More

Player evaluation: Brown

DUSTIN BROWN This season: 82 games, 11 goals, 16 assists, 27 points, 26 penalty minutes, -17 rating, 16:31 time on ice The good: He’s not necessarily a “rah-rah”-type, but Dustin Brown is a conduit of the team’s emotional distribution and one of the league’s familiar north-south hustle forwards.... Read More

Player evaluation: Lewis

TREVOR LEWIS This season: 73 games, 9 goals, 16 assists, 25 points, 14 penalty minutes, +8 rating, 14:06 time on ice The good: Let’s just get the word out there: versatile. Trevor Lewis is versatile. He plays all three positions, and he’s capable of playing up and down all four forward lines. He... Read More

Player evaluation: Andreoff

ANDY ANDREOFF This season: 18 games, 2 goals, 1 assists, 3 points, 18 penalty minutes, +1 rating, 8:34 time on ice The good: Andy Andreoff cracked the Kings’ roster in a depth role as a waiver-eligible player who could have been claimed by another team had the Kings been inclined to assign him t... Read More

Player evaluation: Williams

JUSTIN WILLIAMS This season: 81 games, 18 goals, 23 assists, 41 points, 29 penalty minutes, +8 rating, 15:49 time on ice The good: Before analyzing Justin Williams’ campaign, it’s worth understanding that in 2014-15 the forward that he saw the most time with was Jarret Stoll, and in all previous... Read More