Photo: Brayden McNabb has received significant ice time with the Kings in 2014-15 and looks to have found a home on the Los Angeles blue line. (courtesy of Harry How/Getty Images)
Without having too many high selections in recent drafts, the Los Angeles Kings have done quite well in growing their pipeline in areas of need. While the graduation of Martin Jones does hurt the goalie pipeline, they continue to stock up on useful centers and defenseman. While the wings might not be top-tier, there are some role players and quality players peppered throughout.
Photo: Colin Miller should see increased ice time with the Manchester Monarchs in 2014-15. (courtesy of Fred Kfoury/Icon Sportswire)
With the current state of several Los Angeles Kings prospects it seems like there are plenty of questions to be asked to start this 2014-15 season. The organization is reaching an apex with several of their prospect groups and 2014-15 seems like a year where plays could be made.
Photo: Seventeen-year-old winger Adrian Kempe spent most of his 2013-14 season playing for Modo in the SHL, Sweden’s top pro league (courtesy of Jeff Vinnick/NHLI via Getty Images)
The Los Angeles Kings, who have had their pipeline thinned out somewhat after years of dealing picks, did a wonderful job of re-stocking the cupboards at the 2014 NHL Draft.