There aren't many hard questions facing the Los Angeles Kings following their second Stanley Cup in three seasons, but the Kings still make it interesting.
They again muddled through another regular season, then turned it on thanks to the addition of Marian Gaborik and the emergence of the dynamic duo of Tyler Toffoli and Tanner Pearson.
But there's always room for improvement in the eyes of the organization, and here's a closer look at five questions that will need to be answered if the Kings hope to keep their mini-dynasty going for the 2014-15 season:
1.Will Brayden McNabb make an impact this season? -- McNabb was considered to be a budding prospect for the Buffalo Sabres when he was traded to the Kings at the NHL Trade Deadline in March for forwards Nicolas Deslauriers and Hudson Fasching. The 6-foot-4, 208-pound defenseman is a physical, left-handed puck mover with 37 games of NHL experience and general manager Dean Lombardi feels he's ready for an NHL role.
"He's worked hi...