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Anderson-Dolan Assigned to Ontario Reign for Playoff Run

Larry Brunt

 

Spokane Chiefs forward and Los Angeles Kings prospect Jaret Anderson-Dolan has been assigned on loan by the Kings (NHL) to the Ontario Reign (AHL), as announced by the Reign on April 6.

Anderson-Dolan, 18, just completed his third WHL season, posting a career-high and team-best 40 goals and 91 points. He also led the Chiefs in power play goals (13), shorthanded goals (5) and playoff scoring (2G-7A).

The Calgary native was recognized by the Western Hockey League as a Western Conference First Team All-Star and earned the Chiefs’ Humanitarian of the Year award.

A second round pick (41st overall) in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft, Anderson-Dolan signed his three-year entry level contract with the Kings in September. 

The Reign are currently second in the AHL’s Pacific Division with a 36-21-4-3 record with four regular season games remaining. They defeated the San Diego Gulls on Friday night, 3-2, as Anderson-Dolan recorded one shot on goal.

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