Los Angeles Kings
Los Angeles Kings
Andy Andreoff
HEIGHT: 6' 1"
BIRTHDATE: 05/17/1991
AGE: 25
DRAFTED: LAK: 2011-80 overall
2014-15: Recorded his first career-multi-point game (1-1=2), April 11 vs. SJS; also marked his first career NHL assist...Recorded his first NHL goal (1-0=1), March 16 vs. ARI; the goal was the game-winning goal, the last King to have his first career goal also be the game-winning goal was Jordan Nolan, Feb. 12, 2012 at DAL...Appeared in his first NHL game, Oct. 14 vs. EDM.

2013-14: One of only two Manchester players to appear in all 76 regular-season games...Rankings among team leaders were the following: tied for fourth in assists, fifth in points, ninth in goals and third in shots on goal (155)...Recorded three points (1-2=3) on Dec. 20 vs. Portland, his first game with at least three points in his career...

PLAYOFFS: Appeared in all four of the Monarchs postseason games...Rankings among team leaders were the following: tied for first in points, tied for second in goals, tied for second in assists, first in PPG (one) and first in shots on goal (13).

2012-13: Among Manchester rookies he ranked: fourth in points, fourth in goals and fourth in assists... PLAYOFFS: Led Manchester in assists, was second in points... Recipient of Manchester’s Mark Bavis Unsung Hero Award.

2011-12: On Oshawa (OHL) he ranked: first in assists, tied for third

in points, tied for fourth in goals and fourth in PPG (eight)...Recorded three points in a game seven times, including back-to-back games (1-2=3 Dec. 2 vs. Sarnia and 2-1=3 Dec. 4 vs. Peterborough)...Recorded five straight multi- point games Dec. 28 to Jan. 6 (3-9=12)... Made pro debut with Manchester April 6 at Connecticut. 

On Oshawa he ranked: second in points, second in goals, second in assists, first in plus-minus (+34, tied for 12th in OHL), first in penalty minutes and first in SHG (4, tied for fifth in OHL)…Recorded four points in a game three times (including 3-1=4 Dec. 30, 2010 at Peterborough)…Points (5-9=14) in eight straight games (Feb. 21-March 11, 2011)…Points (6-8=14) in seven straight games (Jan. 8-22, 2011)…Helped Oshawa advance to the OHL’s Eastern Conference Semifinals…Third on Oshawa in playoff penalty minutes, tied for third in playoff plus-minus (+3).

2009-10: Tied for second on Oshawa in assists…Points (3-6=9) in seven straight games (Feb. 15-28, 2010)…Points (1-7=8) in six straight games (Dec. 11-30, 2009)…Points (3-4=7) in six straight games (Sept. 18-Oct. 4, 2009).

2008-09: Tied for fourth on Oshawa in PPG (5)…Recorded five multi-point games.

2007-08: First season playing juniors, split time with Pickering (OPJHL) and Oshawa…Helped Oshawa advance to the OHL’s Eastern Conference Semifinals.
Oshawa, OHL.