2004–05 Los Angeles Kings season
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|2004–05 Los Angeles Kings|
|2004–05 record||(did not play)|
|General Manager||Dave Taylor|
|1||11||Lauri Tukonen (RW)||Finland||Blues (SM-liiga)|
|3||95||Paul Baier (Defence)||United States||Deerfield Academy (US High School)|
|4||110||Ned Lukacevic (Left wing)||Serbia||Spokane Chiefs (WHL)|
|5||143||Eric Neilson (Right wing)||Canada||Rimouski Oceanic (QMJHL)|
|6||174||Scott Parse (Left wing)||United States|
|7||205||Mike Curry (Right wing)||United States|
|7||221||Daniel Taylor (Goaltender)||United Kingdom||Guelph (OHL)|
|8||238||Yutaka Fukufuji (Goaltender)||Japan||Seibu Prince Rabbits (Asia League Ice Hockey)|
|9||264||Valtteri Tenkanen (Centre)||Finland|
- June 26, 2004 – Acquired Radek Bonk from Ottawa for a third-round choice in the 2004 NHL Entry Draft.
- June 26, 2004 – Acquired Mathieu Garon and a third-round choice in the 2004 NHL Entry Draft (Paul Baier) from Montreal for Radek Bonk and Cristobal Huet.
- June 27, 2004 – Acquired Stephane Quintal from Montreal for future considerations.
- June 27, 2004 – Acquired a seventh-round choice in the 2005 NHL Entry Draft (John Seymour) from Columbus for a ninth-round choice in the 2004 NHL Entry Draft.