And expensive. Sutter isn't here anymore. Brown isn't playing on the 3rd line, regardless of whether he should or not(and he shouldn't). Yes, over a few seasons makes sense in a hard cap league. Nobody wants old players with multiple years on their contracts. The Kings will be active at the deadline, when some of these older players are UFA playoff rentals, but nobody needs Lewis is October. Speaking of the average age being 24-25, Prokhorkin will be 26 when he finally plays his first NHL game, so they've already added a player older than their hoped for range. This is not going to be a fast process. You're likely going to have to be patient. This massive roster overhaul is very likely not going to happen in one summer. There's no rush to get 20 year old's in the lineup. Not when we're talking about 20 year old's that aren't team altering talent. Let them all fill out the roster in Ontario. More of those guys down there is good. That means fewer Moulson's or whatever other pointless AHL vets are hanging around for no good reason other than the organization having zero depth.