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    How The Draft Has Helped The Kings

    HOW THE DRAFT HAS HELPED THE KINGS
    The following list of eight players all represent key building blocks for the Kings.
    How The Annual Draft Has Impacted The Kings The following list of eight players all represent key building blocks for the Kings. Six of the eight on this list were acquired by the Kings on draft day, while the other two were high draft picks acquired by the Kings through trades with other teams.

    Jack Johnson
    Acquired from Carolina along with defenseman Oleg Tverdovsky in exchange for center Eric Belanger and defenseman Tim Gleason (September 29, 2006)
    Drafted by Carolina - 1st round, 3rd overall, 2005 NHL Entry Draft

    Ranked second among rookies in blocked shots and third in ice time before a non-displaced fracture to his right foot ended his first full season with the Kings
    Selected to participate at the YoungStars skills event as part of the 2008 NHL All-Star Weekend in Atlanta
    Named the Kings “Outstanding Defenseman” and “Best Newcomer” for 2007-08
    Only 21-years-old

    Rob Blake
    Signed as an unrestricted free agent (July 1, 2006)
    Drafted by KINGS - 2nd round, 70th overall, 1988 NHL Entry Draft

    Has more career goals, career assists, career points and career games played than any other defenseman in franchise history
    The only Kings player to ever win the Norris Trophy (1997-98)
    Named a First Team NHL All-Star (1997-98) and a Second Team NHL All-Star (1999-00)
    Named as a NHL All-Rookie selection in 1990-91
    Served as captain of the Kings from 1996-01 and from 2007-present
    Represented the Kings at the 1994, 1999, 2000 and 2001 NHL All-Star Games

    Anze Kopitar
    Drafted by KINGS - 1st round, 11th overall, 2005 NHL Entry Draft

    Led the Kings in scoring and reached the 30-goal plateau for the first time in his career in 2007-08
    Named the Kings “Most Valuable Player” for 2007-08
    In his second NHL season he was named to his first NHL All-Star team
    Won the Kings “Most Popular Player” and “Best Newcomer” awards in 2006-07
    Is the first native of Slovenia to play in the NHL
    Only 20-years-old

    Patrick O’Sullivan
    Acquired from Minnesota along with a first-round pick (Trevor Lewis, 17th overall in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft) for Pavol Demitra (June 24, 2006)
    Drafted by Minnesota - 2nd round, 56th overall, 2003 NHL Entry Draft

    Reached the 20-goal plateau in his first full season with the Kings (2007-08)
    Named the Kings “Best Defensive Player” for 2007-08
    Ranked fourth on the Kings in goals, assists and points in 2007-08
    Only 23-years-old

    Michael Cammalleri
    Drafted by KINGS - 2nd round, 49th overall, 2001 NHL Entry Draft

    Finished fifth on the Kings in goals and points in 2007-08 even though he missed 19 games because of injury
    Became the first King to record 80 points in one season since Ziggy Palffy (2002-03) after leading the Kings with 80 points in 2006-07
    Led the Kings with 26 goals and 15 power play goals in 2005-06
    Named the Kings’ “Most Valuable Player” in 2006-07
    Only 25-years-old and he’s already played three full seasons in a Kings uniform

    Lubomir Visnovsky
    Drafted by KINGS - 4th round, 118th overall, 2000 NHL Entry Draft

    Has led all Kings defensemen in scoring for three consecutive seasons
    Participated in the 2007 NHL-All Star Game
    Led all Kings defensemen in goals in both 2006-07 and 2005-06
    Set a new career-high in goals with the Kings in 2006-07 with 18
    Has twice been voted the Kings’ “Best Defenseman”
    Led all NHL rookie defensemen in scoring with 39 points in 2000-01

    Dustin Brown
    Drafted by KINGS - 1st round, 13th overall, 2003 NHL Entry Draft

    Led the Kings and the NHL in hits for 2007-08 and also led the Kings in goals scored while surpassing the 30-goal plateau for the first time in his career
    Led the Kings and the NHL with 258 hits in 2006-07
    Agreed to a six-year contract extension with the Kings in October of 2007
    Only 23-years-old and he’s already played four full seasons with the Kings

    Alexander Frolov
    Drafted by KINGS - 1st round, 20th overall, 2000 NHL Entry Draft

    Registered his fourth consecutive 20-goal or more season with the Kings while finishing second in overall scoring in 2007-08
    Averaged nearly a point-a-game for the Kings in 2007-08 despite missing significant time because of injury
    Finished as the Kings’ team leader for goals scored in both 2006-07 (35) and 2003-04 (24)
    Has three career hat tricks as a member of the Kings
    Only 25-years-old and already his completed five full seasons with the Kings.

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    well we finish tied for the worst point total... lets hope we get that number 1 pick

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    Off-season Game Plan: Kings

    OFF-SEASON GAME PLAN: KINGS
    The Los Angeles Kings have a promising young nucleus, but it could take some time before that turns into a winning team.

    Off-Season Game Plan looks at some possible royal plans for the summer of 2008.

    Anze Kopitar, Dustin Brown, Patrick O'Sullivan and Alexander Frolov are all top players on the rise and it's that core of skilled forwards that makes the Kings an exciting team for the future.

    However, it's the backbone of the team that is at issue.

    Goaltending remains a problem, if only because none of their guys have proven that they can do it for a full season.

    The goaltending wouldn't be such an issue if the Kings defence was solid, but it's far from it. The Kings allowed 32.0 shots per game, ranking 28th in the league, and the only defencemen not carrying minus ratings were Kevin Dallman and Pater Harrold, who combined to play 59 games between them.

    While it might be tempting to look at the Kings' young core and make big acquisitions this summer, shooting for an immediate improvement and a shot at the playoffs, it appears as though general manager Dean Lombardi is expecting the improvement to come from within the organization.

    "I do think it's fair to say we'll get four to five players out of Manchester this year," Lombardi told the Los Angeles Times. "It's a pretty good class."

    There's no denying that the Kings, brimming with young talent in the NHL already, also have more quality prospects on the way. It just takes time and patience for all of that to come together and that's not easy in an NHL where teams like Philadelphia and Washington can go from bottom feeders to the playoffs in one season.

    But, if you picture this team a couple years down the road, there is reason to be optimistic about their future and that's all you can ask from a team coming off a season in which they finished 29th out of 30 teams.

    GM/COACH
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    Returning Forwards
    Player  	Rating 	Salary
    Dustin Brown 	77.41 	$2.6M
    Alexander Frolov76.97 	$3.5M
    Anze Kopitar 	74.13 	$765K
    Mike Cammalleri 71.09 	$3.6M
    Derek Armstrong 66.69 	$1.6M
    Matt Ellis 	59.17 	$475K
    Kyle Calder 	58.51 	$2.8M
    Raitis Ivanans 	55.58 	$600K
    Michal Handzus 	55.04 	$4.0M
    John Zeiler 	54.22 	$525K
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    Free Agent Forwards
    Player  	   Rating 	Class 	'07-'08 Salary
    Ladislav Nagy 	   70.77 	UFA 	$3.75M
    Patrick O'Sullivan 70.45 	RFA 	$650K
    Matt Moulson 	   65.47 	RFA 	$490K
    Scott Thornton 	   58.44 	UFA 	$1.5M
    Brian Willsie 	   57.75 	UFA 	$900K
    Jeff Giuliano  	   54.02 	UFA 	$475K
    Top Prospects: Ted Purcell, Brian Boyle, Oscar Moller

    The Kings are well-stocked with good young forwards.

    Dustin Brown had a breakout season, burying 33 goals and 60 points while leading the league in hits. The Kings wisely signed the 23-year-old to a six-year contract extension that should keep him as a cornerstone of the franchise.

    Alexander Frolov is a gifted scoring forward just hitting his prime, but he's never tasted the playoffs, so it would be interesting to see what kind of production he might be able to achieve with a contender.

    20-year-old Anze Kopitar is on the cusp of stardom, having scored 138 points in his first two seasons. There simply aren't many players in the league that combine size (6-foot-4, 220 pounds) and such elite puck skills.

    Mike Cammalleri is coming off a terribly disappointing season in which his scoring dipped from 80 points in 2006-2007 to just 47 points, along with a career-worst minus-16 rating, in 2007-2008. Entering the final year of his current contract, Cammalleri is a prime candidate to be traded, especially if the Kings can land a quality veteran defenceman in return.

    Perhaps the biggest surprise of the season for Los Angeles was the development of Patrick O'Sullivan, the 23-year-old who earned his playing time with solid defensive work early in the year before establishing his credentials as a bona fide top six scoring forward.

    Veteran Derek Armstrong is a serviceable third-line player who plays a responsible game and has enough playmaking skills to contribute on the power play, if necessary.

    For the second straight season, Kyle Calder didn't meet expectations and, unfortunately for the Kings, he's still on the books for next season, so the Kings will need to decide whether or not it's worth paying $2.8-million for a checking winger.

    He'll still be a rookie next season, but Matt Moulson has shown that he's well worth a look, playing well in 22 games with the Kings in addition to having his second straight strong AHL season with Manchester.

    Scooped up from the Red Wings off waivers, Matt Ellis is a hard-working player who could be a nice fit as a depth winger. He doesn't score enough to climb the depth chart, but he won't hurt in a limited role.

    Enforcer Raitis Ivanans is a true heavyweight and the one source of muscle on a team of pacifists (the Kings ranked 29th in the league with 22 fighting majors).

    John Zeiler is an energy player, but with four points in 59 career NHL games, he's established his level if he's going to stick with the Kings.

    And that brings us to Michal Handzus, a 31-year-old who signed a lucrative four-year contract last summer then proceeded to have the worst season of his career. At $4-million per year, the Kings have to try and get some value out of Handzus and expecting him to be a solid third-line centre is hardly unreasonable. That doesn't mean it will happen, but it is a target for both the Kings and Handzus to shoot for in 2008-2009.

    The Kings' forward ranks are already pretty well stocked, but there's additional help on the way. Winger Ted Purcell was the American Hockey League rookie of the year and sits third in the league with 83 points in 67 games. The lanky 22-year-old should figure into a top six role.

    6-foot-7 seven centre Brian Boyle is another prospect who could make the jump after a strong pro debut, including four goals in an eight-game trial with the Kings.

    For all the Kings' needs, their forward ranks seem to be in good (potentially great) shape.
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    Player  	  Rating 	Salary
    Lubomir Visnovsky 68.17 	$5.65M
    Tom Preissing 	  66.28 	$2.75M
    Jack Johnson 	  59.67 	$850K
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    Free Agent Defencemen
    Player  	Rating 	Class 	'07-'08 Salary
    Rob Blake 	69.40 	UFA 	$6.0M
    Kevin Dallman 	66.87 	UFA 	$490K
    Peter Harrold 	64.76 	RFA 	$500K
    Jon Klemm 	57.79 	UFA 	$500K
    Top Prospects: Thomas Hickey, Joe Piskula, Patrick Hersley

    The Kings signed Lubomir Visnovsky to a big money extension and he proceeded to put up a career-worst minus-18 and his 41 points was his lowest post-lockout total. Given his contract, Visnovsky is the go-to-guy for the Kings, but he'll need to bounce back quickly or that extension will be an albatross.

    Tom Preissing is a decent puck-moving defenceman who performed better in the second half of the season. He's still capable of fulfulling a top-four role if he's paired with a more physical partner.

    The Kings gave Jack Johnson a lot of ice time (21:41 per game), but the most that can be said is that the promising young blueliner at least gained experience along the way. He wasn't very productive, managing just 11 points and his minus-19 rating tied Rob Blake for worst among the team's blueliners. He's still just 21, though, so Johnson should only get better.

    Promoted later in the season from Manchester, Peter Harrold was a solid addition who has to be considered in the mix for next year's squad.

    Picking second in the draft, the Kings seem to be a slam dunk to take a defenceman after the Tampa Bay Lightning select Steven Stamkos number one. Drew Doughty, Zach Bogosian and Alex Pietrangelo are the next three prospects in line and all are blue-chip defencemen.

    Can the Kings count on an 18-year-old to make the jump on the blueline?

    That would be asking a lot since the last first-round defenceman to make the jump immediately following his draft year was Jay Bouwmeester with Florida in 2002.

    Even if the No. 2 pick is ready for the NHL immediately, that still leaves some holes.

    Indications are that Rob Blake will want to stay in Los Angeles, after staying put at the trade deadline, but the Kings may not be thrilled with the idea of paying big bucks to a guy who, for all his experience and skills, is definitely slowing down and no longer the dominant force he was in his prime.

    When the Kings hit the free agent market looking for defencemen, they could certainly take a shot at strong puckhandlers like Ron Hainsey or John-Michael Liles but, considering the team's abundance of smaller blueliners (including top prospect Thomas Hickey), adding defencemen with a physical edge may be preferable.

    Hitters like Pittsburgh's Brooks Orpik and Boston's Aaron Ward would be players of that ilk while Calgary's Jim Vandermeer could also increase the toughness on the back end, given his willingness to drop the gloves.

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    Returning Goaltenders
    Player  	Rating 	Salary
    Jason LaBarbera 64.00 	$850K
    Dan Cloutier 	48.43 	$3.1M
    Free Agent Goaltender
    Player  	Rating 	Class 	'07-'08 Salary
    Erik Ersberg 	81.03 	RFA 	$575K
    Top Prospect: Jonathan Bernier, Jonathan Quick, Jeff Zatkoff

    Goaltending was the Kings' biggest hole last summer and, as Zeppelin would tell you, the song remains the same.

    Jason LaBarbera didn't play poorly, recording a .910 save percentage in 45 games, but the 28-year-old isn't yet established as a clear-cut number one goalie in the NHL. Maybe an improved defence corps will be enough to help LaBarbera reach that level. Maybe.

    Otherwise, Erik Erbserg was a pleasant surprise late in the season, injecting himself into the discussion for next year.

    Dan Cloutier, entering the final year of an absurd two-year, $6.2-million contract, is a buyout candidate. Injuries gave Cloutier another chance in the NHL, but his 2-4-1 record, 3.44 goals against average and .887 save percentage did nothing to dissuade the Kings from looking elsewhere.

    The Kings could try Jonathan Bernier, the top prospect who opened last season with the Kings, but that may be asking a lot of a goalie who will be just 20 years of age next season.

    Given that cast of characters, perhaps the Kings would look to trades or free agency? Not likely, says general manager Dean Lombardi.

    "That possibly is not even there to tempt you," Lombardi told the LA Daily News. "You can talk about trades. How many proven No. 1s do you feel really good about? I don't think there's much of a shot. I don't think there's a No. 1 out there like that. Do I see a free-agent goalie? No. Do I see us forcing a trade? No."

    So, there you have it, Kings fans. Hope that the trio of LaBarbera, Ersberg and Bernier is enough to get through next season.

    DRAFT
    2nd - Drew Doughty, Zach Bogosian, Alex Pietrangelo

    23rd (via Stars) - Jordan Eberle, Tyler Ennis, Michael Del Zotto
    FREE AGENCY
    The Kings have approximately $32-million committed to salaries for next season.

    Needs: Two top four defencemen, one depth defenceman, starting goaltender

    What I said the Kings needed last year: One top six forward, one top four defenceman, one-two depth defencemen, starting goaltender

    Who did they add? Ladislav Nagy, Michal Handzus, Kyle Calder, Tom Preissing, Jack Johnson, Jason LaBarbera

    TRADE MARKET
    Cammalleri, Preissing
    Scott Cullen can be reached at scullen@tsn.ca

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    i dont care what we do this off season... but we definitely need to fix the goaltending situation

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    King off season discussion

    Post off topic thoughts on the team, ideas for trades and signing ideas as well.

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    Kings To Host Draft Party

    KINGS TO HOST DRAFT PARTY
    Friday, June 20 from 3 ? 7 p.m. at NOKIA Theatre
    The Kings will host a special party for season ticket members at the new NOKIA Theatre L.A. LIVE in downtown Los Angeles on Friday, June 20 from 3-7 p.m. (draft starts at 4 p.m. PT), in conjunction with the first round of the 2008 NHL Entry Draft, which takes place in Ottawa.

    The Kings’ 2008 NHL Entry Draft Party is expected to feature several current Kings players and alumni. Additional information regarding the event will be released in the coming weeks. For more information on how to become a Kings season ticket holder, call 888-KINGS-LA.

    The Kings enter the 2008 NHL Entry Draft with 15 total selections over seven rounds – including the second overall selection. In total, the Kings have two selections in the first round, three in the second round and three in the third round. The 2008 Draft takes place in Ottawa from June 20-21.

    The NOKIA Theatre is located at L.A. LIVE, across the street from STAPLES Center at:
    777 Chick Hearn Court
    Los Angeles, CA 90015
    213.763.6000

    Check out “Kings NHL Spotlight” on Wednesday’s at 1 p.m. (PT) on LAKings.com. Heidi Androl is hosting a News show every Wednesday to keep Kings fans informed with recaps of the playoffs, draft updates, injury reports, scoops of the week and “Kings Headlines.” Tune-in weekly for your daily dose of hockey.

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    Tom Kostopolous..

    Speaking as a Habs' fan, I just want to say thanks to the LA organization for Tom Kostopolous..

    He is what the league needs more of...

    He was the heart and grit of my team for the entire playoffs and I still don't know why your management let this guy go...

    I hope things work out for all of you..You have, arguably the best young talent in the league...I predict this Kings team to be a powerhouse in the near future...

    But letting Kostopolous go was our benefit, that's for sure...

    Thanks for hearing me out, guys..

    Cheers and here's to next season..
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    Quote Originally Posted by DonnieE View Post
    Speaking as a Habs' fan, I just want to say thanks to the LA organization for Tom Kostopolous..

    He is what the league needs more of...

    He was the heart and grit of my team for the entire playoffs and I still don't know why your management let this guy go...

    I hope things work out for all of you..You have, arguably the best young talent in the league...I predict this Kings team to be a powerhouse in the near future...

    But letting Kostopolous go was our benefit, that's for sure...

    Thanks for hearing me out, guys..

    Cheers and here's to next season..
    we have arguably the 2nd best young talent in the game. the penguins have the best by far.
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    2nd overall

    So who do u guys think the kings will pick with the number selection?

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    Murray's The Right Man For Kings

    MURRAY'S THE RIGHT MAN FOR KINGS
    The Los Angeles Kings are headed in the right direction!

    The influence of hockey from the City of Brotherly Love to the City of Angels is just what this team needs. The Kings hired Terry Murray, an assistant coach with the Flyers for the past four seasons, to become the team’s new coach last week. He’s a perfect fit.

    “We were looking for a teacher for the young players; someone who will patient with them, yet someone who will also be demanding of them; and someone who will be calm under pressure,” Kings Assistant General Manager Ron Hextall said. “Terry met every criteria. He has developed young players; he is patient; he has won; and he has lots of experience in pressure situations.”

    Murray may not be a household name in Los Angeles yet, but the fans should be prepared for exciting changes.

    Murray’s coaching experience is impressive. He has been in charge in Washington, Philadelphia and Florida, amassing 10 seasons of experience. Murray’s teams have finished the regular season as one of the top 10 teams by points in the NHL seven times. His teams have earned more than 100 points twice and he was on pace for another 100-point season during the shortened 1994-95 season. Murray’s winning percentage is .600 and his teams have reached that lofty mark on five different occasions. In comparison, the Kings have done it only three times in their entire history.
    For Murray, the foundation of his success comes from his time in Philadelphia.

    “The Philadelphia Flyers do things the right way all the time.” Murray said. “Their culture was established way back in the 1967-68 season. They have been a top team in the league year after year.

    “We want to establish a positive hockey culture in Los Angeles. We need to create a solid foundation made up of our young players and keep them together so they can grow together, so we can win for a long time.”

    There is a quite a nucleus of good, young players already on the Kings’ roster, like Anze Kopitar, Dustin Brown, Alexander Frolov and Jack Johnson. More are in the pipeline.

    As exciting as that may be for the fans, a youth movement can be extremely rough on a coaching staff, as they help the kids get over the hurdles on the way to NHL success.

    “Sometimes you have to take a step backwards to be able to take two steps forward,” Murray said. “Our players will need to show the fans that they are competitive every night. We will want the players to play at a high skill level.

    “We need to establish positive experiences. The coach here needs to teach and to reinforce the positive things. We want to establish a hockey mentality here so the players come to the rink every day to learn something new, to improve themselves.”

    As the young players take more responsibility on the team, there will be inevitable growing pains. But Murray has been in those situations before.
    The Kings are all about building a winning culture and have looked into very detail to make it work.

    “We also took into consideration about playing in a warm weather climate like here in Los Angeles,” Hextall said. “Terry has coached in that environment in Florida.”

    But there will be adjustments.

    “Travel will be a big adjustment for Terry,” Hextall said of the major difference between the Western and Eastern Conferences. “We looked at that the other morning. There will probably be less practice days than back East. The Western Conference also has more top teams in the NHL than in the East.”

    “The hockey culture in the East is a different mentality than the West," said Pat Quinn, who coached in both Philadelphia and Washington. “I think you need to be mentally tougher in Los Angeles and players need to be much more disciplined in their daily lives. There is no reminder every moment of your life you are a hockey player.

    “Terry was always a hard worker, disciplined, smart and well prepared,” Quinn said. “I imagine as a coach he is the same way.”

    The Pacific Division may be the toughest in the NHL with Anaheim, San Jose and Dallas, three of the top five clubs in the Western Conference. For the Kings, that’s both good and bad. Sure, it will make it that much more difficult for the Kings to make the playoffs, but the competition also figures to make them better.

    As this new journey starts, patience will be important for all involved around the team. It will be critically important for ownership, management and coaches to have a clear vision of both their short-term and long-term goals. And they must stay the course even in rough waters.

    There is an inherent conflict between a general manager and a coach which can be widened with losing. The general manager starts thinking the coach is not using the players properly and the coach may feel the players brought in are not good enough. And the media is ready to expose or widen any gap between the two of them.

    What can the fans expect to hear from the new coach? Plenty about responsibility and accountability. They will hear about improvement. They will not hear that winning half the games on a road trip is good because that goes against Terry Murray’s grain. Accepting any loss is not in his makeup.

    This will be an exciting time for the Kings fans in Los Angeles.

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    Who do you think the Kings MVP player was in 2007-08??

    Who do you think the Kings MVP player was in 2007-08??

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    Which players would you want on the Kings 1st and second line in 2008-09?

    Which players would you want on the Kings 1st and second line in 2008-09?

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    kopitar, brown, frolov
    stoll, o'sullivan, boyle

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    ^pretty much.
    for D it would be johnson and greene 1st line IMO, maybe preissing instead of greene. 2nd line would be preissing/greene and gauthier. i'd like to see doughty play right away.
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    ohh and for goalie....BERNIER

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