The Los Angeles Kings caught fire offensively last postseason but were struggled mightily to score during the regular season.
The Kings averaged 2.3 goals per game during the regular season and struggled to find offensive continuity for long stretches of the season. Once Darryl Sutter came on board as head coach, the offense improved, but moving forward the Kings will be searching for goal scorers to help this offense.
The offensively balanced front line of Anze Kopitar, Dustin Brown and Justin Williams played solid hockey last season and would love to add another legitimate scorer to the mix this offseason.
Although most of the big-name free agents have signed, there are many valuable players on the market who could make an immediate impact.
Here are five players that the Kings should sign to help out their offense.