Tag Archive for AHL

DobberProspects.com: Linden Vey

Linden Vey: LA may have gotten one of the best steals from the ’09 draft. Linden is smaller but that has not hurt his play at all. Linden left junior hockey as the leading scorer of all Canadian Major Junior with 116 PTS in 69 games. He has jumped into a very good AHL program…

Playoffs: 2010 Canucks vs. 2012 Canucks

It’s two years later and the Kings are playing the Vancouver Canucks in the first round of the playoffs again. Let’s take a look at how the Canucks have changed since we faced them in 2010. RETURNING: Henrik Sedin Daniel Sedin (UPDATE: he’s out with a concussion) Ryan Kesler Alexandre Burrows Mason Raymond Alexander Edler…

LA Kings Depth Chart

This LA Kings Depth Chart shows you every player on the reserve list, by position and league: NHL, AHL, ECHL, OHL, WHL, QMJHL, NCAA and Europe.

SchoolYourPool.com | Jonathan Bernier, for real this time

Finally, the NHL is almost ready to call upon Jonathan Bernier.  For real this time and he’s ready. The Kings drafted the 6-0, 185 lb goaltender 11th overall in 2006 and expected that he would be the man between the pipes for the Kings for many years to come.  While fellow highly regarded prospects Carey…

Kings First Semester Grades

[NOTE: Player grades are, first of all, capricious, pretentious and stupid; second, players are graded against themselves, not against each other; i.e. a knuckle-dragger A+ doesn’t mean he’s better than a superstar with a C] Smyth: Transformed Kopitar, exceeded all expectations, then got hurt, and Kopitar turned into last year’s model. A Simmonds: After stunning…

From Kelowna.com: Canada’s Teubert finds elusive comfort zone

REGINA – Colten Teubert would love to be cashing NHL paycheques right now, but he’s quick to point out that you can’t put a price on gold. When the 19-year-old defenceman failed to crack the lineup of the Los Angeles Kings this fall, he didn’t pout. Teubert diverted all his energy to the consolation prize…