Kings’ fourth pick

With their third-round pick (82nd overall), the Kings selected center/winger Bryan Cameron out of Belleville of the OHL. Cameron (5-10, 175 pounds) had 33 goals and 25 assists in 60 games with Belleville last season. Central Scouting had him ranked 43rd among North American skaters and here’s his evaluation:

“A skilled forward that plays with grit… is good in front of the net and can handle the puck well in traffic… has good vision and sees the ice well… needs to improve his play away from the puck… needs to be more consistent at both ends of the rink.”

Here’s some of what McKeen’s Draft Guide had to say:

“He’s quite an instinctive player, but he’s probably the most bi-polar player in the draft. One night he looks great, and the next night he looks completely out of sync. He’s an excellent finisher, he gets into scoring areas and has a quick release. He’s supposed to be a great skater and some nights he is, others he’s not.”

Here’s the transcript of an interview Cameron did with McKeen’s:

Q&A with Bryan Cameron

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