Draft 2014: Kings Seventh Round Pick, Spencer Watson

Watson Kings NHL Draft 2014

With one of the final two picks of the NHL Draft the Los Angeles Kings selected right winger Spencer Watson.

Watson plays his junior hockey with the Kingston Frontenacs and is a teammate of second round pick Roland McKeown. Watson was the 59th ranked North American Skater by the Central Scouting Service down from his midterm ranking of 43rd. The Hockey News had Watson ranked at 65th. Considering his dropped this far in the draft it could be considered a steal for the Kings.

Watson does lack size as he’s listed at 5’9″ 170 pounds.

Watson’s this year for the Frontenacs had 33 goals and 35 assists in 68 games played.

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