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04-26-2010, 01:28 PM
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Zizou
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FORWARDS
Anze Kopitar 6.8 x 6
Ryan Smyth 6.2 x 2
Michal Handzus 4.0 x 1
Jarret Stoll 3.6 x 2
Justin Williams 3.5 x 1
Dustin Brown 3.175 x 4
Wayne Simmonds .825 x 1

DEFENSEMAN
Drew Doughty 3.475 x 1
Rob Scuderi 3.4 x 3
Matt Greene 2.950 x 4
Jack Johnson 1.425 x 1
Davis Drewiske .616 x 3
Peter Harrold .583 x 1

GOALIES
Jonathan Quick 1.8 x 3
Erik Ersberg .750 x 1

UFA
F, Fredrik Modin (3.2)
F, Alexander Frolov (2.9)
F, Jeff Halpern (2.0)
F, Raitis Ivanans (.600)
F, Scott Parse (.600)
D, Randy Jones (2.8)
D, Sean O'Donnell (1.2)
D, Drew Bagnall (.600)
D, Joe Piskula (.700)

RFA
F, Trevor Lewis (.900)
F, Marc-Andre Cliche (.800)
F, Corey Elkins (.800)
F, Richard Clune (.600)
F, Brad Richardson (.600)

SIGNED CLOSE PROSPECTS
F, Brayden Schenn (3.14)
F, Kyle Clifford (.900)
F, Oscar Moller (.875)
F, Andrei Loktionov (.845)
F, Kevin Westgarth (.525)
D, Thomas Hickey (1.316)
D, Colten Teubert (.945)
D, Alec Martinez (.875)
D, Vyacheslav Voinov (.845)
G, Jonathan Bernier (.843)


With the players expected to leave LA via free agency and the additions we should expect come training camp, I think the Kings will be fine if they stay put for the most part. However, I think DL might be enticed to do something at the draft or on July 1st in order to shore up a few things on the back end and up front. The Kings can't go into the spring next year with a shortage of good top 6 defensemen and top 6 forwards like they did this year. I think the back end will shore itself out.

IMO, I'd be happy with...
+ UFA defenseman like Hamhuis, scoring forward via trade like Patrick Sharp, Brayden Schenn, Andrei Loktionov, Vyacheslav Voinov, Kevin Westgarth
- Jarret Stoll, Every UFA minus Frolov & Parse

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