On September 11 the NHL released full training camp rosters for all teams, including veterans, rookies and some of the biggest prospects in the league, through NHL.com.
Who sticks and who goes? Kings fans will not know just yet but that will be determined in the coming weeks. The present and future of the Los Angeles Kings are on display, with the current training camp roster listed below.
Brett Sutter, Adrian Kempe, Michael Amadio, Anze Kopitar, Kyle Clifford, Ilya Kovalchuk, Alex Iafallo, Mario Kempe, Trevor Lewis, Dustin Brown, Lance Bouma, Jaret Anderson-Dolan, Samuel Fagemo, Martin Frk, Carl Grundstrom, Sheldon Rempal, Drake Rymsha, Blake Lizotte, Mikey Eyssimont, Mason Bergh, Austin Wagner, Arthur Kaliyev, Boko Imama, Brad Morrison, Matt Luff, Tyler Toffoli, Nikolai Prokhorkin, Jeff Carter, Jonathan Yantsis, Akil Thomas, Aidan Dudas, Johan Sodergran and Rasmus Kupari.
Paul LaDue, Ryan Stanton, Joakim Ryan, Drew Doughty, Derek Forbort, Alec Martinez, Kale Clague, Mikey Anderson, Max Gottlieb, Sean Durzi, Jordan Spence, Tobia Bjornfot, Kurtis MacDermid, Billy Constantinou, Markus Phillips, Sean Walker, Austin Strand, Daniel Brickley, Matt Roy and Chaz Reddekopp.
Jonathan Quick, Lukas Parik, Matthew Villalta, Jack Campbell, Jacob Ingham, Cal Petersen, and Cole Kehler.
The Kings signed defensemen Ben Hutton to a 1 year, $1.5 million deal. Hutton played last season with the Vancouver Canucks, registering 5 goals, 15 assists for 20 points and 43 penalty minutes in 69 games. He will be added to the training camp roster
Releases and other training camp news to follow in the coming weeks, along with pre- season updates. The Los Angeles Kings are ready to go, so are us fans. An exciting time to be a hockey fan, things are starting to heat up. Who are you excited to see in camp this year? Who do you want to make the team?
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