FREE REPLAY: Hoven Talks Kopitar, Phaneuf, Brown on TSN Radio

Enjoy a free replay of John Hoven on TSN Radio from earlier today, where he joined host Kevin Olszewski to talk about all things Los Angeles Kings – including Anze Kopitar’s possible Hart Trophy worthy season, potential heat on coach John Stevens if they don’t make the playoffs, what has changed with Dustin Brown, Dion Phaneuf integrating into the team, Jack Campbell as a backup goalie in the NHL, and much more.

Today’s segment can be heard using the player below or download any of our audio files for free on the MayorsManor iTunes page located here.

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Comments

  1. Jason Wooldridge says:

    Loved your interview, on tsn radio before jets game. Listen to your stuff all the time. Appreciate your insight on the kings and couldn’t agree more on Dustin Brown this year. Been a fan since 84 and Barely let miss a game last five/six years. I feel Brownie has always been a skilled player but NOT a Daryl Sutter guy, at least the last few years Sutter was there. Wondered your opinion on something so do you think with the mess in Edmonton Sutter would be a guy that could clean that up, or has the game evolved past a Sutter type of system? Keep up the good work sir and thank you for your efforts.

    • John Hoven says:

      Personally, I think the Oilers situation would drive Sutter crazy. He is a win-now coach, not a builder.

      And thanks for the kind words/support.