The LA Kings will have 66 players attending Training Camp, which opens tomorrow at Toyota Sports Performance Center. A complete roster can be found here.
The camp includes 28 players who skated in at least one game with LA last season, highlighted by two-time Stanley Cup champions Anze Kopitar, Dustin Brown, Drew Doughty and Jonathan Quick. Captain Anze Kopitar enters his 16th season and has led the Kings in points 13 of the last 14 seasons while Dustin Brown is set to appear in a franchise-record 18th season with the Kings, surpassing Dave Taylor's previous record of 17.
The camp also features Viktor Arvidsson, Phillip Danault, and Alex Edler, who were key offseason additions. A two-time 30-goal scorer, Arvidsson enters his first season with the Kings after being acquired from the Nashville Predators on July 1. Danault helped the Montreal Canadiens reach the Stanley Cup Final last season before signing with LA as a free agent on July 28. Edler joins the Kings after spending his entire 15-year NHL career with the Vancouver Canucks.
Players will be split into three groups to start camp and are subject to change each day.
Tickets will be required for all on-ice sessions and entry can be secured for free here. Due to state and county guidelines, all guests must meet the health screening required, including full vaccination or proof of negative test, and approved face coverings must be worn at all times unless actively eating or drinking.