Forward Jim Stanfield played parts of three seasons with the LA Kings in the 60s and 70s. He was a clever goal scorer who spent the bulk of his pro career in the minors.
The Toronto native played junior with the St. Catharines Teepees and London Nationals of the OHA before turning pro with the CHL's Dallas Black Hawks in 1967-68. He was recalled periodically by the Kings but settled into a productive minor league career by the early 70s. Stanfield recorded three 30-goal seasons before retiring in 1977 including a WHL-best 102 points for the Spokane Jets in 1974-75.