Derek Forbort (D)
2013-14 Season: Played 74 games, for third most on the team...Tallied 17 points (1+16=17)...Finished with a plus/minus of plus-19...Racked up 42 penalty minutes...Played in three Calder Cup playoff games and did not register a point.
2012-13 Season: Made his professional debut with the Monarchs against the Connecticut Whale on April
12, 2013...Recorded his first professional point, an assist, against the Hershey Bears on April 13, 2013â€¦
Collected one point (0-1=1) and a plus/minus rating of plus-5 in six games with the Monarchsâ€¦Held scoreless
in four games during the 2013 Calder Cup Eastern Conference Quarterfinalsâ€¦Completed his junior year at the
University of North Dakota with four goals and 13 assists for 17 points and 22 penalty minutes in 42 gamesâ€¦
Recorded a collegiate career-high with 17 points.
Career Highlights: Tallied two goals and 11 assists for 13 points and 28 penalty minutes for the University
of North Dakota during the 2011-12 season...Named to the WCHA Final Five All-Tournament Team and All-
WCHA Academic Team during his sophomore season...Collected 15 points (0-15=15) and 26 penalty minutes in 38 games during the 2010-11 seasonâ€¦Received the teamâ€™s Rookie of the Year Awardâ€¦Named to Athletics
Directorâ€™s Fall Honor Roll in 2010...Led all WCHA rookie defensemen with a plus-21...Led all UND freshmen
with 15 assists, the most by a rookie blueliner for the school since current Ottawa Senator Brian Lee had 23
during the 2005-06...His 15 points ranked fourth among WCHA freshman defensemen...Recorded 45 points
(6-39=45), 76 penalty minutes and a plus-33 rating in 115 collegiate games with the University of North
Dakota from 2010-13.
International: Earned a bronze medal in six games at the 2011 World Junior Championships...Helped lead the
Team USA to its second straight gold medal at the 2010 Under-18 World Championship in Belarusâ€¦Collected
a plus-9 and had a pair of assists in seven tournament games for the 2010 Under-18 World Championship.
Transactions: Selected by the Kings in the first-round (15th overall) in the 2010 NHL Entry Draftâ€¦Inked a
three-year entry-level contract with the Los Angeles Kings on April 5, 2013.