POLL: Most impressive King in 2013 Rookie Game 1?

In Game 1 of the two-game series, the LA Kings downed the host Anaheim Ducks 6-1 on Saturday night.

If you were at the game live or watched it on MayorsManor via the free live stream, we want to know – in your opinion, who was the most impressive Kings prospect?


Poll closes at 5pm PST on Sunday, September 8.

The re-match is scheduled for Monday at TSC in El Segundo.

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Comments

  1. Andreoff by far.. Not even a debate about it.. Toffoli wasn’t even noticeable, Andreoff looks ready!!

  2. Andreoff was amazing. He had an excellent 200ft game and good ice vision. So for me, it was a tie between him and Berube but I went with Berube because of his composure. He had one bad rebound then was dead calm and positionally sound for the rest of the time he was in the game.

  3. Ruby ruby ruby ruby soho

  4. BobKnob2point0 says

    Who is the crazy person voting for Roach? Was terrible on D.

    Weal was flying, too bad he’s a bit small.

  5. Jordan weal was the best player on the ice.. he didn’t put up points but the guy played his butt off at both ends of the ice!

  6. How Vey could not have been included in this poll is beyond me. Most polished Kings forward playing, including Toffoli.

    • Yeah Vey looked really good. Toffoli was mostly quiet but I think he still got off 3 shots. 1 pretty nice between the defenders legs shot.

  7. Neil Shafton says

    I think too many people are looking at points, as opposed to overall play.

    Andreoff was good, Vey was good, Weal was good, Pearson ehhhhh.

    I looked at this game from the perspective of outside of the guys who already have AHL experience even NHL experience, who stood out?

    Valentin Zykov! He crashed the net, forced a turnover on the forecheck for the 5th goal I believe and didn’t shy away from being physical.

    He was feisty, might have taken a few penalties, but that was just inexperience and his showing Anaheim he’s not soft, far from it.

    Give this kid a few years, and if he improves like it looks like he will, WOW is all I can say!

    The Kings have not had a wing who could who could cycle a puck like Frolov, or be as defensively aggressive on the back check and forecheck like Frolov.

    Zykyov looks like he is programmed the same way as Frolov, except with a little snarl and this is why I was so impressed with his play last night.

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