MayorsManor Live Radio with Liz Habib of FOX11

When you think back to the Kings’ run through the 2012 Stanley Cup playoffs, you probably conjure up memories of Jarret Stoll’s overtime goal in Vancouver or maybe Dustin Penner’s overtime goal in Phoenix. Maybe you focus on the five-minute major penalty in Game 6. For many of you though, this clip was nearly as important…

Although it didn’t make it into the KingsVision DVD, where they highlighted 20 Stanley Cup moments, let’s call it bonus footage and worthy of being an ‘extra’ in the Director’s Cut that will be released 10 years from now.

So, to get a head start, we invited Habib to join us on MayorsManor to talk about that epic video…and a few others, including this from just a few months ago:

What does she make of all the attention her clips have received?

Better yet, why does this keep happening?

Listen and find out…

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Follow her on twitter, she’s a pretty good sport. Tweet her too.

For some other recently recorded shows, check these links:

MayorsManor Live Radio with Jonathan Davis of Fox Sports West  – predictions for all eight playoff match-ups

MayorsManor Live Radio with Jim Fox and Dennis Bernstein – LA v STL predictions, plus NHL Awards talk

MayorsManor Live Radio with Kelly Hrudey – Will he cry during his speech?

MayorsManor Live Radio with Jeff Carter – one of the most popular shows this year

A full list of other Kings related guests who have joined us recently – including Drew Doughty, Colin Fraser, Matt Greene, Alec Martinez, Dustin Penner, new LA assistant coach Davis Payne and dozens more – can be found here.

Thanks for listening!

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Comments

  1. You’re kidding right? She is one of the worst sportscasters in television, and certainly worst in LA. The Kings don’t get attention, whose fault is that? She’s proud of the fact that she is completely ignorant about hockey and claims that since she’s not a “beat writer” it’s not her job to know the local teams. She is full of excuses. I call BS.

  2. Great, funny interview! She’s a good sport. they say a reporter would report their own death if it’s on the teleprompter….At least she wasn’t reporting Asiana airlines pilot names like Wee tu lo and Bang Ding Ow!

  3. Genghis John says

    Anyone else notice that she called the Mayor “Nick” at the beginning of the interview?

  4. Enjoyed the interview. Kudos to her for being a good sport about it.

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