So I have to assume Oscar Moller will land in the top ten prospects in the league…

…but at what number? Here’s the Hockey’s Future entry on Moller from the early March Kings evaluation, which put him at #1 overall in the Kings organization:

Oscar Moller, RW
2nd round, 52nd overall, 2007

Only a shoulder injury sustained during the World Junior Championships prevented Moller from graduating before the release of this ranking.  Having secured himself with a roster spot with the Kings during training camp, Moller hit the ground running in his first season in professional hockey.  Even with major junior hockey eligibility remaining, Moller broke camp with the Kings and contributed solid all-around play on the third line, including spot starts as a top-six forward.  By the time the Kings released Moller to play for Team Sweden during the WJCs, Moller was skating a regular shift as a top-six forward.  A shoulder injury, which was sustained during the tournament but diagnosed as a broken clavicle only after the tournament, kept Moller from returning to the Kings.  He is already back from his injury and contributing once again to the Los Angeles efforts to make the playoffs.  Moller is already a top-six caliber forward for the Kings and is still developing with a strong possibility of being a top-line forward.