Where do the Los Angeles Kings go from here?

The Kings don't have many salary cap issues coming up this summer, and very little to be unhappy about following a very good, if not overwhelmingly positive, season.

They have a ton of players signed for 2023-24, basically an entire roster's worth, but that doesn't mean they're set.

Even with just $2.5 million or so in cap space, there are basically no questions at all up front. Everyone from this year's roster is signed, apart from a few restricted free agents. Zack MacEwen, Rasmus Kupari, Gabriel Vilardi, Jaret Anderson-Dolan, and Lias Andersson need new deals. It doesn't feel like any of them are gonna be budget-breakers, but that's just not a lot of cap space to work with.

They will, however, have to replace Alexander Edler on the back end, and determine if they want to shell out the mone

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