Grading the Top Offseason Moves for the Los Angeles Kings

The Los Angeles Kings saw their chance at defending the Stanley Cup go down in ashes after falling to the Calgary Flames with only days left in the regular season. The two teams had been battling for a final spot, and the loss extinguished the Kings' chance to make the playoffs.

It was a slight bump in the road for a team that won two titles in a span of three seasons, and general manager Dean Lombardi has made some moves to get the Kings back on track for the upcoming season.

There are still some areas that need to be addressed—primarily finding a replacement for Andrej Sekera, who was acquired to fill the hole left by Slava Voynov—and it will be interesting to see how the Kings accomplish this with limited financial flexibility.

With that in mind, here is a look at the biggest moves the Kings have made thus far in the 2015 offseason.

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