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With the Los Angeles Kings season opener right around the corner. Here is my 2021-22 season preview & predictions for the team.
The King’s have constructed a highly skilled third line that should provide plenty of offense in the 2021-22 season.
Where Quinton Byfield plays this season is a big issue for the Los Angeles Kings. Where will he develop best this season?
The Los Angeles Kings will need to cut a few fringe forwards before opening night. Here is a case for each player to make the team.
The Los Angeles Kings have an exciting season ahead of them. The team is coming out of a rebuild, and anything can happen.
The Los Angeles Kings have an interesting group of defensemen for this coming season, including a good mix of young players and veterans.
The Los Angeles Kings have an exciting forward group for this coming season, and the team has many options for their bottom six.
Kings great Anze Kopitar will be chasing several milestones during the 2021-22 season. Which achievements will he reach this season?
The Los Angeles Kings added several important pieces this offseason, each addressing a specific area of need for the team.
The Kings have several players who proved themselves over the past few seasons yet remain on their cheap contracts, providing great value.
After Kings development camp, it’s clear that several prospects are close to competing for an NHL spot. Which prospects impressed most?
The Los Angeles Kings will have a serious position battle during training camp. With Adrian Kempe and Alex Iafallo gunning for one spot.
Los Angeles Kings left-handed blueliners Alex Edler and Mikey Anderson will compete for first pairing duties in 2021-22.
The Los Angeles Kings’ goal is to make the playoffs this season. While it may be difficult, they have the pieces to make it happen.
Dustin Brown and Viktor Arvidsson are poised to compete for the Los Angeles Kings top right-wing spot for the 2021-22 season.
With next season inching closer, it’s time to speculate on which Los Angeles Kings players will make massive strides this season.
With more players than spots, it will be a summer of fighting for the Kings prospects looking to crack the NHL roster. Who will make the cut?
The Los Angeles Kings have one of the best prospect pools in the NHL, if not the best, making for a pretty good roster of young players alone.
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