Eddie Fischermann For LAKingsInsider.com

It has been well documented over the last two years about how many strides the Kings have made at the NHL Draft to build their prospect pool up to one of the best, if not the best in the NHL. The most recent example of

The 2020 IIHF World Junior Championships was littered with Kings prospects. In fact, in the last five years, only the 2017 Philadelphia Flyers had as many (9) as the Kings had last season. This makes sense from what many consider one of, if not the,

The LA Kings are committed to injecting talented youth into their lineup over the next few seasons and under normal circumstances, this is the time of year when younger players typically start returning to their respective NHL cities to skate with teammates and set their

Within one year, the LA Kings and Buffalo Sabres made two separate trades that, despite some odd crossovers, ultimately helped shape the depth of the Kings back-end for several years, most notably with the Stanley Cup win in 2014. The first trade occurred on April 1,