Tag Archive for Andrei Loktionov

Dean Lombardi Trade History

The complete record of Lombardi’s trades as Kings GM. Carter, Johnson, Richards, Schenn, Simmonds, Smyth, Quincey, Cammalleri, Tyler Myers (?) (more)

LA Kings Draft History

Every player and pick in LA Kings draft history. Sort by draft position, round, goals, assists. Doughty, Hickey, Schenn, Quick, Brown, Kopitar (more)

LA Kings Reserve List

The LA Kings Reserve List shows every player / prospect. Sort by cap hit, draft, contract status, age. Also: 50 Contract Limit explanation, roster rules.

Kings’ glass: half-empty or half full?

Half-empty: Still last in the league in goals-for. Their 16 first period goals is last in the league by a mile. The second worst team has 24. Their 27 third period goals is third worst. Worst is 24. Just got shut-out by the worst team in the league. Simon Gagne appears to be out for…

Los Angeles Kings 2011-12 Season Preview

It’s that time. Game #1 is three days away (at 10am on a Friday, but I’ll take it). Now that Drew Doughty has signed, the roster is more or less set. The fanbase — if the internet contingent is any indicator — is somewhere between gleeful and giddy. Fans of other teams are reverse-trolling us…

From “McSwarley” Comes This Hilarity:

In an effort help Andrei Loktionov learn English while he his rehabbing, the Kings staff have made a chart of Terry Murray demonstrating various emotions so he speak to the media about the disappointment of getting a shoulder injury in his first NHL game. via mcswarley.  

Q&A with Vyacheslav Voynov – Hockey’s Future

Taken by the Los Angeles Kings in the second round of the 2008 NHL Entry Draft, Chelyabinsk, Russia native Vyacheslav Voynov is in his second year in North America, playing for the Manchester Monarchs of the AHL. An experienced player for his 19 years, Voynov played two full Russian Super League seasons and took part…

FC’s 2010 Fall Mock Draft « Future Considerations

LOS ANGELES Kings 15th Overall Selection: C Jaden Schwartz – Tri-City (USHL) Organizational Summary: With one of the top NHL talent pools, the Los Angeles Kings have very good depth and multiple high-end prospects at almost every position. They have skill up front, see Andrei Loktionov, Oscar Moller and Brayden Schenn; they have a stable…