On the current roster, 2 guys stand out to me.
1st----Willie Mitchell. Here's a guy who made himself the player he is today so he knows personally about player growth and development.
He shows great positioning, defensive anticipation and poise on the ice--Things that can be taught (to some players). His effect on Voynov
was both steadying and educational, as you could see the great communication between the 2--And Voynov was definitely paying attention.
He's a well-liked teammate with an outgoing personality, and his work-ethic and preparation is clearly top-notch.
A great future coaching candidate, IMO. Maybe he can even go thru a "player-coach" transition with The Kings in a couple years?
2nd----Jarrett Stoll. Here's another self-made player who had early issues as a prospect (skating, conditioning) and triumphed
by developing himself into a complete and highly-effective player at both ends of the ice. He shows great positioning and knowledge of the game
in his super-steady play. Like WM, his work ethic and prep are superb, and his heart & grit is without question.