Oscar Moller ()
2009-10 Season: Recorded seven points (4-3=7) and four penalty minutes in 34 games with the Los Angeles Kingsâ€¦Collected 15 goals and 18 assists for 33 points (15-18=33) and 20 penalty minutes in 43 games for Manchesterâ€¦Ranked third on the team with six power play goalsâ€¦Converted on the Monarchs lone penalty shot of the season, the game-winning goal against Providence goaltender Dany Sabourin on October 30â€¦Recorded nine points (4-5=9) in his first 10 games of the seasonâ€¦Tallied three goals and six assists for nine points (3-6=9) over a six game stretch from March 20-28â€¦Appeared in 16 games for Manchester during the 2010 Calder Cup Playoffsâ€¦Scored two goals and five assists for seven points (2-5=7) in the post-season.
Career Highlights: Made NHL debut with the Los Angeles Kings at San Jose on October 11, 2008...Became the 15th youngest player to appear in a game for the Kingsâ€¦Recorded first career NHL point with an assist versus Anaheim (third NHL game) on October 14, 2008...Recorded first career NHL goal and multi-point game (1-1=2) versus Colorado (fifth NHL game) on October 20, 2008...Led Kings rookies with five power play goals (which was 10th among NHL rookies)..Appeared in eight games with the Monarchs while rehabbing from a fractured clavicleâ€¦Registered five points (2-3=5) and six penalty minutes with Manchesterâ€¦Made his professional debut in the 2008 playoffs for the Monarchs, recording one point (0-1=1) in two gamesâ€¦Prior to joining Manchester, he finished his second season (2007-08) with the Chilliwack Bruins of the Western Hockey League, recording 83 points (39-44=83) and 42 penalty minutes in 63 regular season gamesâ€¦His 39 goals were seventh in the WHL, while his 82 points were tied for 10th in the leagueâ€¦Was tied for fourth in the WHL with 16 power play goals and tied for fifth with 28 power play assistsâ€¦Named a WHL First-Team All-Star, the only European player recognized by the WHL in either All-Star selections or award nominationsâ€¦Recorded 69 points (32-37=69) and 50 penalty minutes in 68 games with Chilliwackâ€¦Led the Bruins with 32 goals in 68 gamesâ€¦Finished second on the team in points (69) and assists (37)â€¦Split the 2005-06 season between the Djurgarden Jr. and Djurgarden Under 18 teamsâ€¦Scored eight goals and five assists for 13 points with each team, 25 games with Djurgarden Jr. and eight games with Djurgarden Under 18â€¦Played with the Spanga Under 18 team in Sweden for both the 2003-04 and 2004-05 seasonsâ€¦Registered 84 points (56-28=84) and 120 penalty minutes with Spanga Under 18â€¦Recorded seven points (6-1=7) and six penalty minutes in four games with Spanga Jr. in the 2004-05 season.
International: Captain of Team Sweden at the 2009 World Junior Championshipsâ€¦Recorded four points (1-3=4) in six games, earning a silver medal for the second straight yearâ€¦Member of Team Sweden at the 2008 World Junior Championships held in the Czech Republicâ€¦Recorded five points (3-2=5) and had a plus-3 rating in six games, helping Team Sweden win the silver medal.
Transactions: Selected by the Los Angeles Kings in the second-round (52nd overall) in the 2007 NHL Entry Draftâ€¦Signed a three-year entry-level contract with the Kings on April 22, 2008.