Los Angeles Kings’ Top Prospects: Stats Rundown

Following is a look at the statistics of the Los Angeles Kings’ top five prospects, as chosen by Hockey’s Future.

They will be presented in ascending order, from fifth to first. Their regular season stats at each level they played at in 2010-11 will be given, along with their position, age and draft position.

5. Derek Forbort, D, 18

Forbort is still in college, playing for the University of North Dakota Fighting Sioux.

He was selected by the Kings as the 15th pick of the 2010 draft (1st round).

38 GP, 0 G, 15 A, 15 PTS, +22, 26 PIM

4. Tyler Toffoli, C, 19

Toffoli played mostly in the OHL for the Ottawa 67′s. He also made an appearance with the AHL’s Manchester Monarchs.

L.A. took him with the 47th pick of the 2010 draft (2nd round).

Ottawa: 68 GP, 57 G, 51 A, 108 PTS, +44, 33 PIM

He was the OHL’s top scorer last season.

Toffoli signed an amateur tryout agreement with the Monarchs on April 7.

Manchester: 1 GP, 0 G, 1 A, 1 PT, 0, 0 PIM

3. Andrei Loktionov, C, 21

He played in the NHL and AHL in 2010-11.

The Kings acquired with him the 123rd pick of the 2010 draft (5th round).

L.A.: 19 GP, 4 G, 3 A, 7 PTS, +2, 2 PIM

Manchester: 34 GP, 8 G, 23 A, 31 PTS, +16, 6 PIM

2. Jonathan Bernier, G, 22

Bernier spent the entire 2010-11 season in the NHL as Jonathan Quick’s backup.

The Kings drafted him with the 11th pick of the first round in 2006.

25 GP, 25 GS, 11 W, 8 L, 3 OTL, 3 SOL, 3 SHO 1378 MIN, 2.48 GAA, 57 GA, 652 SA, .913 SV%

1. Brayden Schenn, C, 19

He divided his time between the NHL (Kings), AHL (Monarchs), and two WHL teams (Brandon Wheat Kings & Saskatoon Blades).

He was drafted by the Kings with the fifth pick of the 2009 draft (1st round).

L.A.: 8 GP, 0 G, 2 A, 2 PTS, -1, 0 PIM

Manchester: 7 GP, 3 G, 4 A, 7 PTS, +3, 4 PIM

Brandon: 2 GP, 1 G, 3 A, 4 PTS, +1, 2 PIM

Saskatoon: 27 GP, 21 G, 32 A, 53 PTS, +18, 23 PIM

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