As the LA Kings chase down a playoff spot, our top prospects are developing their skills and trying to prove they can compete at the top level. Below are a select few players that deserve to be highlighted for the month of February.
Grundstrom, who was acquired from the Toronto Maple Leafs on January 28th, has impressed with his speed and creativity.
Grundstrom picked up an assist in his debut with the Ontario Reign on February 1 and on February 6, he recorded his first multi-point (2-1=3) game in San Diego.
Rempal competed in the 2019 AHL All-Star Classic, where he assisted teammate Sean Walker on two occasions, and helped his team win the Puck Control Relay. On January 26, against the Colorado Eagles, Rempal recorded his 10th multi-point game (1-1=2) of the season. He also held a three-game assist streak (0-3=3) from Decemeber 16 through December 22.
Recalled by the Kings on January 31, Amadio joined their East Coast road trip and logged an assist by setting up Tyler Toffoli against the New Jersey Devils.
Prior to be recalled, Amadio scored a goal against their rivals the San Diego Gulls on January 6. Plus, recorded his second three-point game of the season (1-2=3) on January 18 in Iowa.
After playing in 11 games with the Kings, recording five wins and one shutout, Petersen joined the Reign. On February 10, he earned his sixth win of the season with the Reign, stopping 52 of 55 shots faced.
Anderson-Dolan recorded five multi-point games this season for the Spokane Chiefs (WHL), reaching his 5th on January 30 against the Portland Winterhawks where he logged two assists and a goal (1-2=3).
He's on a seven-game point streak (4-5=9) that has lasted from January 26 through February 9. He scored his 100th WHL goal on February 8 against the Kootenay Ice.
Durzi was also acquired from the Toronto Maple Leafs on January 28, shortly before being named OHL defenceman of the Month. He held a 10-game point streak (5-10=15) from January 10 through February 1.
He has six multi-point games recorded this season with the OHL and notched his 100th career assist (0-1=1) on February 1 in Ottawa.
Phillips was acquired by the Guelph Storm (OHL) from the Owen Sound Attack on January 5 and on February 10, he recorded his third multi-point (1-1=2) game of the season, against the Kingston Frontenacs.
Previously this year, he competed on Team Canada in the World Junior Championship.
Thomas has recorded 22 multi-point games this season, with his most recent goal being scored on February 10 in Sudbury. In January, Thomas was named OHL Player of the Month and held an eight-game point streak (10-11=21) from January 10 through 26.
He logged his first OHL hat trick (3-1=4) on January 11 against the Frontenacs and has tallied three five-point games.