For the second game in a row, LA Kings prospect Nick Deslauriers found the back of the net for the Monarchs. They also received goals from 2010 draft pick Tyler Toffoli (his team leading eighth of the season) and 2012 first round pick Tanner Pearson. However, Springfield equalled their three goals in regulation and nobody scored […]
Goals by the returning Jordan Nolan (he’d been out since the first game of the season with a hand injury), Nick Deslauriers and Andrew Bodnarchuk weren’t enough last night. The Monarchs lost to the Sharks 4-3 in overtime.
Kings’ prospect Brandon Kozun picked up another assist, extending his team leading points total to 14.
Here are some […]
Game recap provided via team press release…
DALY CITY, Calif. – The Ontario Reign (11-5-0-0), defending Pacific Division Champions and proud affiliate of the NHL’s 2012 Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings, had their seven-game winning streak stopped short on Friday night by the San Francisco Bulls (7-10-0-2) in a surprising 5-1 defeat.
Starting off, the Reign […]
LA Kings forward Kyle Clifford is on the ice right now for his first game with the Ontario Reign (pictured above).
As reported Tuesday, the 21-year old became the second NHL player to sign on with Reign during the NHL lockout. Devin Setoguchi of the Minnesota Wild inked a deal with the team a few weeks ago. However, he’s […]
Life can take some interesting turns at times.
When rumors of Bobby Ryan‘s possible departure from the Ducks surfaced last season, many Kings fans began salivating at the idea of bringing him to Los Angeles. While it’s highly unlikely that Anaheim would have ever traded him to a division rival, that didn’t stop people on the internet […]
Fine, it doesn’t have the same ring as ‘Taking his talents to South Beach,’ however, Kyle Clifford is on the move. As reported yesterday, the 21-year old forward has signed a contract with the ECHL’s Ontario Reign.
He joined the team for his first practice on Tuesday, followed by another one earlier today. After completing his scheduled time […]
And the number is now eight.
After defeating the New Jersey Devils in six games last June, the LA Kings ended up putting 24 names on the Stanley Cup in September. Since then, three of those players have ended up back in the American Hockey League with the Manchester Monarchs – Dwight King, Jordan Nolan and Slava […]
The Manchester Monarchs came roaring out of the gates, opening the 2012-13 AHL season with a 5-1 record in October and outscoring their opponents 23-11. It’s a little bit of a mystery what’s happened since.
Two shutout losses in a row didn’t set a good tone for the start of November. Then, over the next three […]
Jonathan Davis is back today with another guest column for MayorsManor. Davis, a 20-year veteran of sports and entertainment writing and producing, recently caught up with Landon Ferraro, son of former LA King forward Ray Ferraro. The chip off the ol’ block played his junior hockey in the WHL (Red Deer Rebels and Everett Silvertips) […]
When the Stanley Cup was making its tour of Los Angeles this summer, one of the many places LA Kings brass made sure to visit was South Park…well, the South Park offices. Take a look: