As the LA Kings head into their last month of the regular season, their top prospects are proving to be impressive in their respective leagues.
Jaret Anderson-Dolan specifically stood out, going on two long point streaks and leading the Spokane Chiefs to several victories. Meanwhile, a few Ontario Reign players were recalled by the Kings.
The forward has had nine multi-point games this season. On February 27 against Prince George, he registered a five-point game (2-3=5), and on March 2 against Tri-City, he scored a goal and logged an assist (1-1=2).
He held an nine-game point streak (5-8=13) from January 26 through February 1 and is currently on an eight-game point streak (9-5=14) that started on February 26.
Kupari has been showing skill and maturity beyond his age, scoring a couple sweet goals recently for Oulun Kärpät of the top tier Finnish league. Some of his moves are not even fair 👀
Grundstrom registered a multipoint game on Febraury 15 at Bakersfield (1-1 =2) and later went on to notch assists on February 22 and 23 (0-2=2). He also logged an assist against Iowa on March 2 (0-1=1).
Grundstrom was recalled by the Kings on March 9 and made an immediate impact, scoring his first NHL goal in his debut with the team. In his second game with the Kings, he notched his second goal, becoming the second Kings player in history to score in their first two games. The first was Brian Boyle in 2008.
MacDermid was recalled by the Kings on February 26 and has played in three games to date with the Kings. Previous to being recalled, he notched an assist (0-1=1) with the Reign against Colorado on February 23.
Mitchell had an impressive few weeks with the Reign, holding an eight-game point streak (5-5) from February 10 through March 2.
From February 6 through 15, Clague had a four-game assist streak (0-4=4). Then, on February 22 against San Antonio, he registered his first career multi-goal game (2-0=2).
From March 1 through 3, Clague held a three-game point streak (2-1=3). He sustained an injury to his foot during the Reign's game in Tuscon on March 8 and is expected to miss four weeks.
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From February 15 through 22, Rempal held a four-game assist streak (0-4=4). Then, on March 1, Rempal recorded his third multi-goal (2-0=2) game of the season against San Jose. He is currently on a three-game goal streak, scoring on March 8, 9 and 12.