Kings GM Dean Lombardi acknowledged that his team does take analytics into account when making decisions, but attributes a lot of L.A.'s success to incalculable intangibles such as character, expectations and compete level.
After undergoing offseason surgery, it appears that Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick is just now facing shots in practice environments.
Jeff Deslauriers will attend the Kings' training camp on a tryout basis.
Derek Forbort will take another crack at making the Kings' lineup this autumn as the 22 year-old defenseman hopes to thrive off of his successful rookie campaign in Manchester in 2013-14.
Martin Jones put forth a terrific rookie season in 2013-14 and could be a viable fantasy option in net if Jonathan Quick does not recovery quickly from his off-season wrist surgery.
Brayden McNabb may see action with Los Angeles some point this season.
The Kings will honor Luc Robitaille this season by unveiling his statue in Star Plaza at the Staples Center on Mar. 7, 2015.
Marian Gaborik played an instrumental part in the Kings' championship run this past spring, but the oft-injured sniper remains a risky pick to perform that big of a role on your fantasy team.
The Los Angeles Kings will honor Rob Blake Saturday, January 17th by retiring his No. 4 jersey.
Jordan Nolan is likely to find himself in a battle for a position on the fourth line for the Kings in training camp this season.
According to Kings forward Dustin Brown, goaltender Jonathan Quick is the "best goalie in the world".
Youngster Tanner Pearson will likely enter training camp with a chance to secure a role on the Kings second line.
Nikolay Prokhorkin will be staying in the KHL for another season.
It's looking ever more likely that the Kings and Sharks will play an outdoor game on February 21, 2015.
Goaltender Martin Jones possesses a perfect track record in shootouts so far in his young career.