Andrei Loktionov
HEIGHT: 5' 11"
BIRTHDATE: 05/30/1990
BIRTHPLACE: Voskresensk, RUS
DRAFTED: LAK: 2008-123 overall
First NHL game: Nov. 25, 2009 at Edmonton
First NHL goal: Oct. 20, 2010 vs. Carolina
First NHL assist: Oct. 23, 2010 at Colorado
Most points, game: 2, Feb. 16, 2011 at Columbus
Most goals, game: 1, 4x’s (Last: Feb. 16, 2011 at Columbus)
Most assists, game: 1, 3x’s (Last: Feb. 16, 2011 at Columbus)
Longest point streak: 1, 6x’s (Last: Feb. 16, 2011: 1-1=2)
Longest goal streak: 1, 4x’s (Last: Feb. 16, 2011: 1g)
Longest assist streak: 1, 3x’s (Last: Feb. 16, 2011: 1a) 
Career power-play goals: None
Career short-handed goals: None
Career game-winning goals: 2, Last: Feb. 12, 2011 at Washington
Career penalty shots: None
Career overtime goals: None
Career shootout goals/attempts: None
Career plus-minus: +2
2010-11: Had two stints with the Kings during the season (made Kings Opening Day roster)…First career multi-point game (1-1=2) Feb. 16, 2011 at Columbus...Scored GWG Feb. 12, 2011 at Washington...First career NHL goal (and point) Oct. 20, 2010 vs. Carolina (fourth NHL game) - was also the GWG…Suffered season-ending upper body injury with Manchester Feb. 25, 2011 vs. Bridgeport…On Manchester he ranked (at time of injury): tied for fourth in assists and second in plus-minus (+16)…Had 31 points (8-23=31) and six penalty minutes in 31 games with Manchester at time of first recall (Jan. 20, 2011)...At the time of this recall he ranked on Manchester: tied for second in points, tied for first in assists and first in plus-minus (+15)…

2009-10: Played one game with Kings, his NHL debut, Nov. 25, 2009 at Edmonton…Suffered upper body injury in game and missed four months (activated March 25, 2010)…At the time was the 15th youngest player to appear in a game for Kings…At the time of recall from Manchester (Nov. 23, 2009) he led Monarchs with 17 points (tied for third among AHL rookies) and 11 assists (second among AHL rookies) in 20 games…Plus-6 at time of recall (tied for ninth among AHL rookies)…Helped Monarchs advance to the AHL’s Eastern Conference Finals…Led Manchester in assists.

2008-09: Fourth among OHL rookies in points, sixth in goals and fifth in assists…Was a +28…Helped Windsor capture Memorial Cup Championship…Led OHL rookies (ranked second overall) in playoff points, assists and GWG (4)…Led OHL in plus-minus (+18)…Tied for first among OHL rookies in goals (ranked fifth overall)…Tied for first among OHL rookies in PPG (11, tied for second overall)…Seven points (2-5=7) in six Memorial Cup games (tied for fifth in tournament)…Selected as OHL Player of the Week May 3, 2009 (3-2=5 and +5 in two games)…First Kings prospect to win Memorial Cup since Petr Kanko in 2003.

2007-08: Made debut in Russian Super League.

Windsor, OHL…Won Memorial Cup with Windsor in 2008-09…OHL Player of the Week May 3, 2009.

INTERNATIONAL PLAY: Played for Team Russia at the following tournaments: World U18 Championships: (2008, 6 GP, 3-5=8, 29 PIM, silver medal, second on club – tied for seventh in tournament – in points, tied for second on club – tied for 10th in tournament – in penalty minutes), (2007, 7 GP, 2-4=6, gold medal).