MayorsManor Live Radio with Bob Miller and Daryl Evans

Hey, not sure if you’ve heard yet, but hockey is back!

Fresh on the heels of the NHL and NHLPA announcing they’ve reached a tentative agreement to get back on the ice, we bring you two of the voices Kings fans have been longing to hear over the past few months – Bob Miller and Daryl Evans.

Joined by co-host Dennis Bernstein of The Fourth Period, we’ll chat with both broadcasters about what they did during the lockout, how they’re preparing for the return of NHL action and what the Kings need to be thinking about as they begin defense of their Stanley Cup Championship.

Additionally, Miller shares a few stories about visiting in old arenas around the league, announces details for a new book he has coming out and explains why he thinks the San Jose Sharks would be the perfect opening night opponent for the Kings.

If that’s not enough, we’ll pass along a few predictions for which teams should dominate the Eastern and Western Conferences during the upcoming 48-game season – and a few clubs that might surprise people by snatching a playoff spot.

Thanks for listening…

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Nearly every Kings player stopped by the MayorsManor show during the lockout – including Jeff Carter, Drew Doughty, Colin Fraser, Matt Greene, Dwight King, Alec Martinez, Jordan Nolan, Dustin Penner, Kevin Westgarth and many others. To see the complete list of past shows, click here.

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