Season in Review POLL: Story of the Month, September 2011

August is historically the slowest month of the year for hockey news – so, we’re pretty sure you’re dying without your daily fix.

As usual, we’re here to help!

Over the next few weeks we’ll be taking a look back at the biggest and best stories from the 2011-2012 season. Now, we know there are some of you out there who’ve read every single article published on MayorsManor. Meanwhile, there were likely others who fell behind at times. Well, like summer reruns on TV, here’s your chance to catch up on the things you missed this year or relive them in all their glory.

We’re going to begin our season in review with a look at September 2011 – players were wrapping up their summers, the Kings were getting ready to host HockeyFest and prospects were strutting their stuff in Rookie Camp.

For your reference, we’ve linked the top 12 stories from the month below. Check them out and then vote on your favorite…

VIDEO: LA Kings ice comes to life for 2011-12 NHL season

Ranking the LA Kings top 10 prospects – who’s #1 now?

LA Kings Dustin Brown – ‘This year is a different feeling’

Kyle Clifford is not convinced he has spot on the LA Kings

Simon Gagne likes what he sees so far, even the travel

Dustin Brown not buying he lacks chemistry with Anze Kopitar

Matt Greene calls out Dustin Penner and Ethan Moreau

Preparing for life without Doughty, Kings coach Murray talks Voynov vs Hickey

Jack Johnson not worried about much, including his plus-minus

Willie Mitchell and Mike Richards developing a bromance at camp

Mike Richards moves from Philly teacher to LA student

LA Kings go eight for eight with Doughty – Drewmageddon is over

Which story gets your vote:



Poll ends Friday, August 10 at 10am PST.

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Comments

  1. Doughty99 says:

    I voted for the ‘top 10 prospects’. Oh man, if Slava is #6, the Kings are primed and ready to become a D-Y-N-A-S-T-Y!!!