First-rounder Adrian Kempe leads Kings prospect group

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After ranking the top 100 NHL prospects for 2015-16 and ranking each team by organizational depth, ESPN Insider Corey Pronman ranks the top 10 prospects for each NHL team. Here is his entry for the Los Angeles Kings. Extended write-ups on prospects ranked in the top 100 can be accessed here.

The Kings' AHL affiliate won the Calder Cup this past season, showing off the talent of a couple of NHL prospects, particularly Jordan Weal. While they have a couple of prospects on that team, for the most part this isn't a very deep pipeline, with a drop in talent occurring right around their No. 6 slot in the system.