Mayor’s Minutes on NHL Radio: LA Kings Summer Moves and Drew Doughty Contract Situation

Enjoy a free replay of this week’s Mayor’s Minutes on NHL Network Radio, where John Hoven joined host Jim ‘Boomer’ Gordon to look at the Kings first round exit, what GM Rob Blake might do next, how the Drew Doughty contract situation will be resolved, which LA player may have been injured against Vegas, a few thoughts on the Anaheim Ducks, and a prediction for Sharks v Golden Knights in Round 2.

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  1. I agree that the Kings are looking good for next year, while to most fans, the sky is falling. TSN says Kings need to rebuild. Young kids’ experience this year will pay dividends next season

    • LA should be good next season but if its about contention then sever changes are needed. Another defenseman (Phaneuf ran out of gas), more size (i.e. no response after butt end to Kopitar’s face or shoulder to Doughty’s head), settle the 4th line (Amadio, Brodzinsk). Lastly Pearson, Toffoli and Kempe need to move into leadership roles with Kopitar and Brown supporting them.