Quinton Byfield Stats
- Height / Weight
- 77 / 225 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 8/19/2002 (21)
Quinton Byfield Last 10 Games
Quinton Byfield News
Los Angeles Kings forward Quinton Byfield (illness) is expected to return to the lineup for Wednesday's road game versus the Nashville Predators. The 21-year-old has missed the club's last two games versus the Avalanche and Blues with the illness but appears ready to return for Wednesday's contest. It's been a productive season for the former second-overall pick who has already set career highs with 14 goals, 34 points, 91 shots on goal, 11 power-play points, and a plus-14 rating through 45 games. He has spent the vast majority of the season as the club's No. 1 left winger alongside Kings captain Anze Kopitar and right winger Adrian Kempe. Byfield's fantasy stock is rising but we would like to see him get more shots on goal moving forward.
Los Angeles Kings forward Quinton Byfield set a new career high with his 14th goal of the season and added an assist in Monday's 4-3 shootout loss to San Jose. Byfield's goal helped the Kings tie things at two in the third period, and he had his assist in a power-play situation when Drew Doughty extended the game with a goal 1:58 from the end of regulation. Byfield had multiple points in a game for the eighth time this season. It's been a good campaign for the 21-year-old, as Byfield has notched 33 points in 44 outings with 88 shots on goal and a plus-12 rating.
Los Angeles Kings forward Quinton Byfield provided half of the goals as the team beat Colorado 4-1 on Sunday. L.A. fell behind in the first period, but Byfield scored two consecutive goals to turn things around, and the Kings found their way back to winning ways after going down 2-1 against Washington in the previous game. Byfield is enjoying a solid campaign as part of Los Angeles' first line, scoring six goals and delivering 12 assists in 21 games. Following Sunday night, Byfield is averaging a point per game through his last 12 appearances.
Los Angeles Kings forward Quinton Byfield grabbed two assists as the team rolled past Toronto 4-1 on Tuesday. He had a power-play assist on Arthur Kaliyev's second goal of the season and helped Adrian Kempe to grab his third of the year in an even-strength situation. Byfield has slowly started to figure out life in a first-line role, bagging five points across the past four games. He had only one point in his first five appearances this season. The 21-year-old is still far from being a must-have player in fantasy hockey, but his stock is on the rise, and Byfield should be able to produce plenty more offense on a team that's averaging a league-high 4.33 goals per game.