A smart and effective winger with a quick release. Needs more speed in his game to thrive in the NHL.
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July 2022 – Rempal has signed a two-way contract with the Vegas Golden Knights. Dave Hall
March 2022 – At 26-years-old, Rempal has enjoyed a breakout season in his inaugural season with the Abbottsford Canucks. Enjoying heavy utilized minutes, he is currently firing at a 1.18 clip, looking just outside the league’s top-10 in scoring with 52 points. While he continues to toe the line as a fringe NHL’er, his strong outburst is a positive step in the right direction. With a quick cup of coffee (one game) already, Rempal currently finds himself as one of the top call-up candidates in Vancouver. Dave Hall
May 2021 – Rempal was consistent all season in the AHL, starting the year with six points in his first 10 games, then finishing the season with eight points in his last 15 games. All in all he was a decent performer at the AHL level, 14 points in 25 games won’t blow anyone away but he could carve out a role for himself within the organization going forward. Austin Broad
March 2021 – Rempal has played well in the AHL through 10 games. He has managed a goal and five assists so far this season. Rempal seems to be hitting his stride the last few games though, picking up four points in his last three games. Austin Broad
January 2019 – Rempal has continued building off his hot start in his first year with the Ontario Reign and approaching the midway point of the AHL season has compiled eight goals to go along with sixteen assists for a total of 24 points in as many games. His point-per-game pace was rewarded when he was called up to the Kings on multiple occasions before the end of 2018. Although Rempal was held scoreless in seven games with the Kings and has returned to the AHL as of December 4, 2018, his play has earned him a trip to the AHL All-Star Game with his Reign teammate Sean Walker. Julian Mongillo
November 2018 – One of the most sought-after NCAA free agents last spring, Rempal signed with the Kings in March after two strong seasons with RPI. The Kings wasted no time in burning a year off of his entry-level contract just to have him practice with the big squad last spring. This was likely a tactic to get him to sign but also shows how highly regarded he is in LA. So far in his first professional season, he’s been rewarding the organisation. The 23-year-old has six goals and 13 points in nine AHL games. His 1.44 points-per-game sits third for AHL rookie regulars. Rempal has long been a sniper. He piled up 59 goals in 56 BCHL games back in 2015-16 and 23 in 39 games with RPI last year. However, his 37.5 conversion rate is destined for a sharp decline. Rempal is an interesting prospect who is close to NHL-ready. With the Kings in need of scoring help, he’ll get a look sooner rather than later. However, he’s not the biggest of fastest player so he’ll still have a battle to make a serious impact. Cam Robinson