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Kings’ 2020-21 Player Grades: Alex Iafallo

The Los Angeles Kings’ 2020-21 season is done and dusted. It was another tough year for the Kings, as they ended with a 21-28-7 record — while it was a down season, it wasn’t an unexpected result. The team is still in a rebuilding phase and wasn’t expected to make the playoffs at the start of the season. With the season over, it’s time to reflect on how the team and players performed. With that in mind, I’ll be kicking off a player grades series for the Kings. As a favorite of his teammates, I figured Alex Iafallo would be the perfect player to start this series with.
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Kings' Alex Iafallo: Snags assist in loss

Iafallo managed an assist, two shots on goal and two blocked shots in Saturday's 3-2 loss to the Avalanche. Iafallo was credited with the secondary helper on Sean Walker's first-period tally. The 27-year-old Iafallo has picked up a goal and two assists in his last four contests. He's at 29 points, 111 shots on net and a minus-5 rating in 52 outings this year, with three more opportunities to reach the 30-point mark for the third straight season.
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Kings' Alex Iafallo: Offers helper Wednesday

Iafallo notched an assist in Wednesday's 4-2 win over the Coyotes. Iafallo set up the first of Gabriel Vilardi's two goals in the contest. The 27-year-old Iafallo is up to 28 points (12 tallies, 16 assists) through 50 contests. He's added 108 shots on net and a minus-5 rating, although his fantasy value is likely to be diminished while he's in a middle-six role.
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Alex Iafallo gets 4-year, $16 million extension from Kings

LOS ANGELES (AP) — With two significant moves shortly before the NHL trade deadline, the Los Angeles Kings secured a key part of their future and made another move away from their successful past. Forward Alex Iafallo agreed to a four-year, $16 million contract extension with the Kings on Monday,...
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Los Angeles Kings, forward Alex Iafallo agree to 4-year, $16M extension

The Los Angeles Kings signed forward Alex Iafallo to a four-year, $16 million contract extension on Monday -- just hours before the league's trade deadline. The 27-year-old Iafallo was getting interest from other teams, but the Kings and Iafallo's agent, Lewis Gross, were able to hammer out a deal to keep the winger in Los Angeles. The Kings have fallen out of playoff contention and already sent veteran center Jeff Carter to Pittsburgh for draft picks.
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Kings re-sign forward Alex Iafallo to a four-year contract

The Kings re-signed winger Alex Iafallo to a four-year extension that has an average annual value of $4 million, a move that secures a valuable forward and keeps him off the free-agent market. Iafallo, 27, has earned top-line minutes with his scoring abilities. He has 11 goals and 25 points...
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Re-signing Alex Iafallo means the Los Angeles Kings are no longer rebuilders

Is the Los Angeles Kings’ rebuild over? The concept doesn’t have to be black and white, but re-signing pending UFA left winger Alex Iafallo rather than dealing him away on trade-deadline day sends a strong message. It appears GM Rob Blake is, at the very least, transitioning the franchise to phase 2 of its rebuild.
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Kings sign Alex Iafallo to four-year, $16 million extension

The Los Angeles Kings signed forward Alex Iafallo to a four-year, $16 million extension, the team announced Monday. Iafallo was a pending unrestricted free agent whose current cap hit is $2,425,000. The 27-year-old was a trade candidate this season if he and the Kings didn't work out an extension, but obviously that's no longer the case.
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Kings making progress on extension with Alex Iafallo

One of the more intriguing names that has been involved in trade speculation as of late is Kings forward Alex Iafallo. A few days ago, it looked as if the two sides weren’t going to be able to agree on a contract extension but that may be changing, as Pierre LeBrun of TSN and The Athletic reports (Twitter link) that the two sides have closed the gap and are making progress on getting a new deal done.