The Los Angeles Kings have granted, on Saturday, a first professional contract of three years at keeper Jacob Ingham, who had an excellent season in the junior hockey League of Ontario.
19-year-old, Ingham has actually kept a record of 33-8-5 in the uniform of the Kitchener Rangers in 2019-2020. He has dominated the League in Ontario for the largest number of victories.
Ingham, who had been selected in the sixth round (175th overall) by the Kings during the draft of 2018, is still young, but it comes with a organization who has a lack of depth in front of the net.
If Jack Campbell has been traded to the Toronto Maple Leafs in February, the veteran Jonathan Quick remains the man to trust. Its auxiliary is Cal Petersen.