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Enjoy a free replay of John Hoven and Jonathan Davis, co-hosts of West Coast Bias, as they join the gang from the War Room to break down the 2014 Stanley Cup Final between the LA Kings and NY Rangers. Give it a listen using the player below…

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  1. Kostamojen says:

    Mayor, you really think Mike Richards is gone next season? I know he’s having a bit of a down season; but, he’s such a big part of the core and leadership of this team. Also, it seems like Dean Lombardi has a lot of loyalty to these guys, plus the fact that Lombardi paid a high price to bring Richards on the team. Do you really just give up on a guys who is still only 29 years old?

    Can you expand a little on your reasoning for thinking Richards is gone next season?

    • John Hoven says:

      Don’t agree with several of your points. As said many times though, I’ll answer all roster questions when the season is over. That’s what we have a whole summer to talk about!