|2019–20 AHL season|
|League||American Hockey League (AHL)|
|Home arena||Toyota Arena|
|Owner(s)||Anschutz Entertainment Group|
|General manager||Richard Seeley|
|Head coach||Mike Stothers|
|Media||Inland Valley Daily Bulletin|
|Affiliates||Los Angeles Kings (NHL)|
|Division Championships||1 (2015–16)|
The Ontario Reign are a professional ice hockey team in the American Hockey League (AHL) which began play in the 2015–16 season. Based in Ontario, California and affiliated with the National Hockey League's Los Angeles Kings, the team plays its home games at the Toyota Arena. The franchise is a relocation of the former Manchester Monarchs AHL franchise when several other franchises created a Pacific Division in 2015. The team is owned by the Anschutz Entertainment Group.
On January 29, 2015, the Los Angeles Kings announced that they would be moving their AHL affiliate, the Manchester Monarchs, to Ontario as one of five charter members of the AHL's new Pacific Division. The team retained the Reign nickname from its ECHL predecessor (which moved to Manchester and take on the Monarchs moniker, in essentially a "franchise swap"). The Reign's AHL logo was unveiled on Wednesday, February 11.
In its inaugural season in California, the Reign won the first Pacific Division regular season title with a 44–19–4–1 record. Goaltender Peter Budaj was named to the 2015–16 AHL First All-Star Team and was selected as the league top goaltender with the Baz Bastien Memorial Award. Sean Backman lead the team in scoring with 21 goals and 34 assists while playing all 68 games for the Reign. The Reign would also win the division in the playoffs, defeating the San Jose Barracuda three-games-to-one and the San Diego Gulls four-games-to-one. In the conference finals, the Reign were swept by the eventual Calder Cup champion Lake Erie Monsters in four games.
During the next season in 2016–17, due to goaltender injuries and call-ups for their parent club, the Los Angeles Kings, the Reign ended up using a Canadian father-son duo Dusty and Jonah Imoo during a game in October 2016. Dusty Imoo (age 46) was a goaltending consultant with the Kings. Jonah (age 22) made his AHL debut on a tryout contract. Both the Imoos had grown up in Surrey, British Columbia. By the end of the season, the Reign qualified for the playoffs in third place in the Pacific Division, losing in the first round to San Diego.
|Season||GP||W||L||OTL||SOL||Pts||PCT||GF||GA||Standing||Year||1st round||2nd round||3rd round||Finals|
|2015–16||68||44||19||4||1||93||.684||192||138||1st, Pacific||2016||W, 3–1, SJ||W, 4–1, SD||L, 0–4, LE||—|
|2016–17||68||36||21||10||1||83||.610||199||190||3rd, Pacific||2017||L, 2–3, SD||—||—||—|
|2017–18||68||36||25||4||3||79||.581||200||194||3rd, Pacific||2018||L, 1–3, TEX||—||—||—|
|2018–19||68||25||33||6||4||60||.441||213||274||7th, Pacific||2019||Did not qualify|
Updated July 15, 2019.
|10||Michael Amadio||C||R||23||2016||Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario||Kings|
|8||Daniel Brickley||D||L||24||2018||Salt Lake City, Utah||Kings|
|34||Kale Clague||D||L||21||2018||Regina, Saskatchewan||Kings|
|21||Michael Eyssimont||LW||L||22||2018||Littleton, Colorado||Kings|
|18||Bokondji Imama||LW||L||22||2017||Montreal, Quebec||Kings|
|29||Cole Kehler||G||R||21||2018||Altona, Manitoba||Kings|
|9||Matt Luff||RW||R||22||2017||Oakville, Ontario||Kings|
|11||Brad Morrison||C||L||22||2018||Prince George, British Columbia||Kings|
|40||Cal Petersen||G||R||24||2017||Waterloo, Iowa||Kings|
|41||Chaz Reddekopp||D||L||22||2017||West Kelowna, British Columbia||Kings|
|27||Sheldon Rempal||LW||L||23||2018||Calgary, Alberta||Kings|
|17||Drake Rymsha||C||R||20||2018||Huntington Woods, Michigan||Kings|
|2||Austin Strand||D||R||22||2018||Calgary, Alberta||Kings|
|7||Brett Sutter (C)||C||L||32||2016||Calgary, Alberta||Reign|
- "Monarchs looking for new coach after Seeley named general manager of LA Kings' AHL affiliate". New Hampshire Union Leader. June 5, 2018.
- "Reign Become the AHL Affiliate of LA Kings". Ontario Reign. January 30, 2015. Retrieved January 31, 2015.
- "Reign's Budaj named AHL's top goaltender". American Hockey League. April 11, 2016. Archived from the original on April 14, 2016. Retrieved April 11, 2016.
- Greenizan, Nick (October 25, 2016). "Hockey history for Surrey father-son goalie tandem in AHL game in California". Peace Arch News.
- "Ontario Reign roster". Ontario Reign. 2016-05-16. Retrieved 2016-05-16.
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