Dwight King
Dwight King
Left Wing  - LAK
Number: 74
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 232
Shoots: Left
Born: Jul 5, 1989  (Age 27)
Birthplace: Meadow Lake, SK, Canada
Drafted: LAK / 2007 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 4th (109th overall)
2014-15: Set a career-high in games played (81)...Had a three-game point streak (2-1=3), April 2-6...Had a career-long five-game point streak (3-5=8), Feb. 9-18...Tied his career-high for assist (0-2=2; fifth time), Feb. 16 vs. TBL; marked his first multi-assist game since Dec. 15, 2013 at OTT...Recorded a career-long three- game goal streak (3-2=5), Feb. 9-14...Played in his 200th NHL game, Jan. 14 vs. NJD...Had a two-game goal streak (3-0=3), Jan. 1-3... Scored his first game-winning goal of the season (1-0=1), Oct. 26 vs. CBJ.

2013-14: Led the Kings in SHG (two)…Consecutive games played streak ended at 114 when he missed March 27 game at PIT (personal reasons) - streak began Feb. 5, 2013...Three points (1-2=3) Dec. 14 at OTT...GDG in shootout Dec. 3 at ANA (first career shootout attempt)...Second career SHG Nov. 19 vs. TBL...Played in 100th career game and scored GWG Nov. 15 at NJD...First career hat trick Oct. 24 vs. PHX...First career SHG Oct. 11 at CAR…PLAYOFFS: Career-tying two points in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final June 7 vs. NYR (1-1=2)…Career-tying two points in Game 7 of the Western Conference Final June 1 at CHI (0-2=2).

2012-13: Assist March 28, 2013 at STL...Goal March 25, 2013 at CHI...Goal March 16, 2013 vs. SJ...Goal March 14, 2013 at SJ...Assist March 7, 2013 vs. DAL...Goal March 4, 2013 vs. NSH...Assists (3a) in career high three straight games (Feb. 23-27, 2013)...Assist Feb. 27, 2013 vs. DET...Assist Feb. 25, 2013 vs. ANA...Assist Feb. 23, 2013 vs. COL...Assist Feb. 19, 2013 at EDM…PLAYOFFS: Two goals in the Western Conference Finals vs. CHI.

2011-12: Goal April 2, 2012 vs. EDM...Two assists March 30, 2012 at EDM...Scored GWG March 17, 2012 vs. NSH...Goal March 9, 2012 at DET...Two assists March 3, 2012 vs. ANA...Goal Feb. 28, 2012 at MIN...Earned first career NHL points (1-1=2) Feb. 12, 2012 at DAL (eighth career NHL game)…Recalled from Manchester Feb. 10, 2012…Had 29 points (11-18=29), 20 penalty minutes and plus-6 rating in 50 total games with Manchester…On Manchester (at time of recall) he ranked tied for second in points and second in assists…PLAYOFFS: Among NHL rookies he ranked: third in points, tied for first in goals, tied for third in assists, tied for third in plus-minus (plus-3) and tied for second in GWG (two)…Scored four of his five goals in the Western Conference Finals vs. PHX.

2010-11: Made NHL debut Nov. 17, 2010 vs. Columbus…Third on Manchester in points, second in goals and fourth in assists…Tied for second on club in PPG (10)…Had 11 points (6-5=11), 10 penalty minutes and was +4 in 16 games with Manchester at time of recall Nov. 16, 2010...On Manchester he ranked (at time of recall): second in points, second in goals, tied for third in plus-minus and tied for second in PPG (2)…Tied for third on club in playoff points.
Split season with Manchester and Ontario (ECHL)…Second among Manchester rookies in goals…Three four-game point streaks with Manchester (Dec. 5-12, 2009: 2-3=5, Feb. 5-13, 2010: 2-2=4 and Feb. 24-March 5, 2010: 1-3=4)…Back-to-back two-point games with Manchester March 27, 2010 vs. Adirondack (2a) and March 28, 2010 at Providence (1-1=2)…Helped Monarchs advance to AHL’s Eastern Conference Finals…Tied for second on club in playoff assists, led club rookies in points and assists…Tied Manchester rookie lead in plus-minus (+4).

2008-09: Third on Lethbridge (WHL) in points, assists and plus-minus (+9)…Fourth on club in goals, second in PPG (8)…Led Lethbridge in SHG (4, tied for seventh in WHL)…Helped Lethbridge advance to WHL’s Eastern Conference Semifinals…Second on Lethbridge in playoff points, led club in playoff assists.

2007-08: Named Lethbridge’s Best Defensive Forward…Tied for first on Lethbridge in goals (tied for 11th in WHL) and PPG (12)…Third on club in points and assists, fourth in plus-minus (+21)…Helped Lethbridge advance to WHL Finals before losing to Spokane…Second on Lethbridge in playoff goals (tied for eighth in WHL), fourth in playoff points (tied for 15th in WHL)…Tied for first in WHL in playoff PPG (6).

2006-07: Tied for fourth on Lethbridge in assists.
2005-06: First full season with Lethbridge.

2004-05: Began junior career with Lethbridge.

Lethbridge, OHL…Lethbridge’s Best Defensive Forward in 2007-08.

Played for Team Canada at the following tournaments: (2006 U18 World Cup, gold medal), (2006 World U17 Hockey Challenge), (2005 World U17 Hockey Challenge).