Large-framed athletic goaltender with strong lateral movement. Relies heavily on his reflexes to make desperation saves.
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June 2022 – Ingham successfully underwent surgery on his right knee this month and is expected to be ready for training camp in the fall. Success has not come easy in the professional ranks for Ingham. Playing just 35 games over the past two seasons between the AHL and ECHL, he has struggled to find consistency in his game and has only begun to show glimpses of his true potential in 2021-22. Last season saw him put together a modest campaign with the Greenville Swamp Rabbits of the ECHL with a 2.71 GAA and a .909 save percentage through 16 appearances. Ingram’s athleticism and strong lateral movement remain his best asset, similar to Jonathan Quick. The 22-year-old netminder still has time to develop into an NHL calibre option for the Kings but needs to consistently play games in order to reach that point. The ECHL is the likeliest destination to start 2022-23 for Ingham, but with uncertainty between the pipes for the Reign and expiring contracts, a strong start could help him work his way into a consistent role in the AHL. Sean Crocker