Sean Walker was born November 13, 1994 in Keswick, Ontario and currently plays defense for the Los Angeles Kings of the National Hockey League. Sean was All-WCHA his junior and senior years at Bowling Green University where he was also a two-time captain. Walker was undrafted and signed an AHL contract with the Ontario Reign in 2017 and then signed a two-year NHL contract with the Kings July 3, 2018. Sean made his NHL debut October 23, 2018 versus the Dallas Stars and also recorded his first NHL point in that game. Walker scored his first NHL goal December 31, 2018 against the Colorado Avalanche. On January 3, 2019, while playing with the Kings, Walker was selected to the Pacific Division All-Stars for the 2019 American Hockey League All-Star Classic. On September 11, 2020, Walker signed a 4-year, $10.6 million contract extension with the Kings. On June 6, 2023, Walker was traded to the Philadelphia Flyers along with Cal Petersen, Helge Grans and a 2nd round pick from the L.A. Kings.
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