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What a successful 2022-23 season will look like for Quinton Byfield

Quinton Byfield had an up and down 2021-22 season with the LA Kings. During training camp, he looked like he was a lock for the opening night roster. He then fractured his ankle in a pre-season game against the Arizona Coyotes, which kept him from making his season debut until late January.
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Quinton Byfield deserves a regular roster spot on the LA Kings

Quinton Byfield deserves to be a regular in the LA Kings lineup because his skill is undeniably unappreciated. Quinton Byfield was expected to make his full-time NHL debut at the start of the 2021-22 season but would succumb to a treacherous injury that would cause him to miss a considerable chunk of the regular season. When he had broken his ankle in a pre-season game against the Arizona Coyotes, not only did the LA Kings miss Byfield as a depth piece, but it also greatly halted his development.
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Kings' Quinton Byfield: Draws pair of helpers

Byfield notched two assists, two shots on goal, two PIM and a plus-2 rating in Saturday's 4-2 win over the Ducks. Byfield set up goals by Arthur Kaliyev and Alexander Edler in the contest. This was Byfield's second straight game in the lineup after he sat out a pair of games as a healthy scratch. The 19-year-old center has been limited to bottom-six minutes this season, but he's earned a solid 10 points with 38 shots on net, 20 PIM and a minus-6 rating through 38 appearances.
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Quinton Byfield logs three points as Kings pound Predators

Quinton Byfield had two goals and an assist for the first multi-point game of his NHL career as the Los Angeles Kings defeated the visiting Nashville Predators 6-1 on Tuesday night. Adrian Kempe scored two goals, Trevor Moore had a goal and an assist and Arthur Kaliyev added a goal...
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LA Kings loan Quinton Byfield, three others to Ontario

These moves were expected to come as only players on AHL rosters by 3:00 pm EST are eligible to play in the AHL playoffs. With the extended playoff format in the AHL and the Ontario Reign holding a playoff position, it makes sense to be sure that players who may not get time in the NHL playoffs can head to Ontario to start to build more of a championship culture. With that said, these specific transactions are more than likely paper transactions, and the players will be recalled to Los Angeles soon.
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LA Kings’ Quinton Byfield Progressing Ahead of Schedule

Quinton Byfield was a man against boys when he played in the OHL for the Sudbury Wolves. Night after night, he would prove he was the better player on the ice that evening. He was dominant, too dominant, in a league that showcased skill and promise. Byfield, a 6-foot-4 and...
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Why isn’t Quinton Byfield getting power-play time?

With 20 games remaining in the 2021-22 regular season, the LA Kings are holding onto second place in the Pacific Division. They’ve been hit hard with the injury bug within the last couple of weeks, going just 5-4-1 over their last 10 games. A quick look at the standings, Edmonton is like the warning sticker on your side mirror: “Objects in mirror are closer than they appear,” trailing by four points but with two games in hand.
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Quinton Byfield needs to see power-play time

Special teams can be the difference between winning and losing, especially in the playoffs. Now that the LA Kings are within reach of postseason play, an overall assessment needs to be made concerning areas of weakness that can be exploited by opposing teams. First on the list is the deficiencies in the Kings’ power-play production.
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