The forwards who participated were Lawton Courtnall, Gabe Vilardi, Drake Rymsha, Mike Eyssimont, Max Veronneau, Jaret Anderson-Dolan, Brad Morrison, Nathan Dunkley, Easton Brodzinski, Marc Stevens, Mark Rassell, Cole Purboo, Hudson Elynuik, Akil Thomas, Aidan Dundas, Johan Sodergran, Rasmus Kupari and Murphy Stratton. The nine defensemen were Kale Clague, Jacob Moverare, Markus Phillips, Cole Hults, Austin Strand, Alec Rauhauser, Michal Ivan, Michael Anderson and Chaz Reddekopp. The seven goaltenders were David Hrenak, Maximilian Franzreb, Andrew Shortridge, Jacob Ingham, Cole Kehler, Matthew Villalta and Christian Purboo.
The players who attended the camp included those players who had been drafted but not yet signed by the Kings. Other included non-roster camp invites and those in the Kings system.
The Toyota Sports Center is a practice facility for the Kings. It is also the home of the Los Angeles Sparks of the WNBA. The Sparks are currently tied for second place in the WNBA Western Conference standings with a record of 11 wins and five losses. They are tied with the Seattle Storm and half a game back of the Phoenix Mercury.
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