(Photo credit LA Kings)
Jaret Anderson-Dolan is on his way back to Spokane, Wash.
The Los Angeles Kings announced they had reassigned the forward to the Western Hockey League’s Spokane Chiefs Monday morning. In five games with the Kings, Anderson-Dolan had recorded a single assist for his first National Hockey League point.
Selected in the second round, 41st overall, by the Kings at the 2017 NHL Draft, Anderson-Dolan has quickly risen to become one of the organization’s top prospects. In 70 games last season, Anderson-Dolan led the Chiefs with 91 points (40G-51A), including 13 power-play goals, five short-handed goals, and five game-winning goals.
Originally selected in the first round, 14th overall, of the 2014 WHL Bantam Draft. Anderson-Dolan has appeared in 212 WHL regular season games, all with the Chiefs, recording 193 points (93G-100A), including 33 power-play goals, five short-handed goals, and 12 game-winning goals.
He’s also added 12 points (3G-9A) in 14 WHL playoff games.
Anderson-Dolan’s addition to the Chiefs is a boon for the club who sits fourth in the U.S. Division at the moment, but has spent time in the division lead as first place through fourth are separated by just a single point.
After concluding their six-game road trip through the East Division, the Chiefs will return home to begin a five-game home stand against the Portland Winterhawks Friday, October 26 (7:05 p.m. PT).