Organization News

Please check here frequently for upcoming events, fundraising opportunities, current team success stories, alumni accomplishments and general announcements from our club.


For a second straight season, the Los Angeles Jr. Kings’ 16U AAA team is engaging in a successful mentoring program with a couple of younger clubs within the organization.

And, by all accounts, both the Mike Macy-coached Squirt BB1 and Jeff Bain-led Squirt B2 teams - along with the Jack Bowkus-coached 16 squad - are benefiting from the experience.



Members of the Los Angeles Jr. Kings’ 16U AAA team, along with its coaching and support staff, lent a helping hand earlier this month at the Second Harvest Food Bank Orange County.

As part of the community-service initiative, the club bagged over 5,300 pounds of potatoes and onions at the Bank, which provides food and fresh produce to more than 200,000 hungry children, seniors and families in Orange County each month.


For a select few and fortunate Pee Wee teams from around the globe, February marks a signature event on the hockey calendar and, once again, the Los Angeles Jr. Kings will be well represented.

Now in its 58th year, the fabled Quebec International Pee Wee Tournament will welcome two Jr. Kings teams - the 2004 Major AAA and AA1 squads - for what expects to be a memorable 10 days-plus for the participating players and their families, both on and off the ice.


The Los Angeles Jr. Kings’ Squirt A team raised $6,500 for its families at a recent team-driven Skate-A-Thon event, which was held last weekend on the Pond rink at El Segundo’s Toyota Sports Center.

Leading up to the skate, members of the squad were tasked with reaching out to friends and family asking for their support with either a straight financial contribution or dollar pledge per lap.


Three former Los Angeles Jr. Kings - Kailer Yamamoto, Jack St. Ivany and Jake McGrew - were recognized by NHL Central Scouting on its midterm rankings of 2017 draft-eligibles, which were released today (Jan. 18).

Yamamoto was tabbed No. 17 among North American skaters. Now in his third season with the Western Hockey League’s Spokane Chiefs, the forward from Washington has totaled 28 goals for 59 points through 39 games.