Centre Guy Leveque played briefly with the LA Kings in the early 90s. Although his impact in the NHL was minimal, he put up decent offensive numbers in junior and the minors.
Born in Kingston, Ontario, Leveque was chosen 42nd overall by the Kings in 1981 after he recorded 41 goals for the OHL's Cornwall Royals. He returned for one more year of junior and found the back of the net 23 times despite losing significant time to injuries.
During his first two pro seasons the young pivot was recalled to LA for a few games but toiled chiefly with the Phoenix Roadrunners of the IHL. In October, 1994 he was traded to the Toronto Maple Leafs in a multi-player swap that involved mostly farmhands. He never made it to Hogtown but was a solid worker on the AHL's St. John's Maple Leafs. Leveque continued to compete in the minors through the late 90s and scored 24 goals for the Phoenix Mustangs of the West Coast league in 1997-98 before retiring.