The Los Angeles Kings enjoyed great success in the early 1990s, winning their first and only division title in 1990-91 and reaching the Stanley Cup Final for the first time in franchise history in 1992-93.
That success didn't extend to the second half of the decade, as Wayne Gretzky and others moved on. There were however, a few all-stars, even Hall of Fame-caliber players who played for L.A. during that time.
That includes the beloved Luc Robitaille and somewhat of a controversial figure, Rob Blake.
Find out where they and others rank in the top 5 Kings of the 1990s.
Stats courtesy of NHL.com.