LA Kings Select Martin Chromiak No. 128 – What You Need to Know

With the No. 128 pick in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft, the Kings selected Martin Chromiak.

For now, this is what you need to know…


Height: 6’0
Weight: 181 lbs.
Shoots: Right

Team: Kingston Frontenacs
League: OHL
Position: Left Wing


Regular Season

2019-20 Season: 28 GP, 11 G, 22 A, 33 Pts


Hlinka Gretzky Cup: 4 GP, 2 G, 3 A, 5 Pts

Awards for 2019-20 Season

OHL Second All-Rookie Team

Scouting Reports:

From The Draft Analyst

An excellent playmaker with 360-degree vision, Chromiak knows how to deliver the puck both accurately and timely. He makes the best of most situations knows how to maximize time and space if a defense is being stingy. Once he got to Kingston and joined Wright, however, the ice seemed to have expanded ten-fold for him. Still, he’s pretty low maintenance and although the knee-jerk reaction is to label him a product of Wright, the truth is that Chromiak already had an established reputation as a line driver and top player, thus using his own vision, quickness, and stickhandling to create for himself and others.

From Future Considerations

In the offensive zone, Chromiak is a threat all over the ice. His skating is a strength as he can pull away from defenders in space and does a good job of being able to stop-and-start while changing speeds to help create space for himself and his teammates. Often drawing the attention of the opponent, he not only is patient with the puck but can serve as a useful decoy as well.

From Hockey Prospect

Chromiak is a cerebral, duel-threat winger. His bread and butter is his release. This is a gifted crop of shooters, and Chromiak adds to that pedigree of having a wrist-shot that translates to the NHL level. Mechanically, he features fantastic outside and inside footwork, proper rotation through his hips and shoulders, and an excellent, yet consistent extension on his release. These shooting attributes seamlessly transfer from his lower-half to his upper-half in one fluid motion, making it difficult to pick up on the speed of his release. He’s one of the more consistent shooters when breaking down the versatility of his shot types. His snapshot has fluidity as he drops into his shooting motion, he also has a reduced wind up and dexterity featured through his slapshot. He’s one of the few shooters who can threaten at low percentage angles, yet find success.


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