Updated: LA Kings Development Camp Roster – July 2013

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Earlier this week we posted a preliminary roster for the Kings’ upcoming Development Camp and it was pretty much dead on with today’s official release – with one notable exception, Tyler Toffoli is coming.

The list also confirms what MayorsManor first reported in May, the Kings were planning on signing 2010 draft pick Maxim Kitsyn right after legally allowed to do so come July 1st. For those unfamiliar, he’s quite different than most Russian forwards you’ll see in the NHL. Kitsyn, a left wing, plays more like a power forward. He’s also been to North America before, having played in the OHL for a few months and playing for Russia in the CHL’s Super Series.

Noticably missing from the list is 2013 fourth round pick Hudson Fasching – no word yet on why he won’t be attending.

Here’s the complete roster for Development Camp 2013…

#64 – Andy Andreoff – third round (80th overall) in 2011
#79 – Justin Auger – fourth round (103rd overall) in 2013
#63 – Jonny Brodzinski – fifth round (148th overall) in 2013
#72 – Nic Dowd – seventh round (198th overall) in 2009
#52 – Tomas Hyka – sixth round (171st overall) in 2012
#48 – Maxim Kitsyn – sixth round (158th overall) in 2010
### – Dominik Kubalik – seventh round (191st overall) in 2013 late scratch, not in camp
#49 – Joel Lowry – fifth round (140th overall) in 2011
#78 – Cam Maclise – camp invitee
#55 – Michael Mersch – fourth round (110th overall) in 2011
#81 – Brian O’Neill – signed as a free agent March 15, 2012
#70 – Tanner Pearson – first round (30th overall) in 2012
#42 – Scott Sabourin – free agent signing by Manchester (AHL) in 2013, camp invitee
#76 – Nicholas Shore – third round (82nd overall) in 2011
#73 – Tyler Toffoli – second round (47th overall) in 2010
#60 – Jordan Weal – third round (70th overall) in 2010
#38 – Valentin Zykov – second round (37th overall) in 2013

#40 – Nick Ebert – seventh round (211th overall) in 2012
#84 – Derek Forbort – first round (15th overall) in 2010
#54 – Kevin Gravel – fifth round (148th overall) in 2010
#42 – Paul LaDue – fifth round (181st overall) in 2012
#62 – Zac Leslie – sixth round (178th overall) in 2013
#56 – Kurtis MacDermid – free agent signing in 2012
#61 – Colin Miller – sixth round (151st overall) in 2012
#41 – Alex Roach – free agent signing in 2011

#65 – Patrik Bartosak – fifth round (146th overall) in 2013
#35 – J.F. Berube – fourth round (95th overall) in 2009
#46 – Alex Fotinos – camp invitee from the Barrie Colts (OHL)
#75 – Matthias Niederberger – camp invitee from the Barrie Colts (OHL)

To see our most recent rankings of the Kings’ Top Ten Prospects, click here. This camp will serve as part of the evaluation process for the next edition of the rankings, which should publish right before Rookie Camp opens in September. With at least two players graduating off that list, there will be some new names included next time around – perhaps even from the group attending Dev Camp.

As for the schedule, there will be separate groups for the forwards, defensemen and goalies running from 8:30-11:30am daily. Then, there will be a full session with all prospects starting around 3:15pm.

For more info on the Kings picks at the 2013 NHL Draft – or if you’re wondering where goalie Christopher Gibson is – please see the links below.


Info on LA Kings 2nd Round Pick: Valentin Zykov

Info on LA Kings 4th Round Pick: Justin Auger

Info on LA Kings 4th Round Pick: Hudson Fasching

Third time’s the charm for Kings 5th rd pick, Jonny Brodzinski

Kings officially saying goodbye to two prospects this week

What to expect from the LA Kings at the 2013 NHL Draft

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  1. Brian Summers says:


    My educated guess on Hudson Fasching is he cannot participate because he is only 17 years old. He does not turn 18 until the end of the month.

  2. Josh287 says:

    Do you know why Colin miller isn’t going to be there?

  3. josh287 says:

    Oh I guess I’m blind

  4. Regulate says:

    Keep an eye out for Scott Sabourin, he scored 30 goals in 65 games in his final year in Juniors and can do this


    Good scrap with recent first round pick Darnell Nurse

    • John Hoven says:

      Lombardi had several positive things to say about the kid when he was in town a few months ago skating with the Black Aces. Loved his compete level.

  5. I am surprised there are only three invitees. Though it is high, I figured with our past two seasons, we would draw more looks and people wanting in. Finally.


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