CONTEST: Toast the Kings with Unique Coaster Set

With the NHL Entry Draft taking place later this week — the league’s showcase event with an eye towards the future — we have partnered with the folks at Playbook Products to offer readers a chance to reminisce about the past in a very unique way. They offer high-end, slate coaster sets featuring key plays in a the history of a sports franchise. And we’ll be giving away two sets of their Los Angeles Kings-themed coaster sets.

Kings Coaster Set Details:

Per the Playbook Products website, you can “Relive four of the greatest moments in Los Angeles hockey history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:”

2014 Stanley Cup Final: Game 5
Los Angeles vs. New York
June 13, 2014
Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA
Alec Martinez OT Goal

2012 Stanley Cup Final: Game 6
Los Angeles vs. New Jersey
June 11, 2012
Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA
Dustin Brown Power Play Goal

1993 Campbell Conference Final: Game 6
Los Angeles vs. Toronto
May 27, 1993
Great Western Forum, Inglewood, CA
Sandstrom to Robitaille to Gretzky in OT

1982 Smythe Division Semifinal: Game 3
Los Angeles vs. Edmonton
April 10, 1982
The Forum, Inglewood, CA
Daryl Evans, The Miracle on Manchester

Note: No sports player, team, league, or playoff is affiliated with or has endorsed Playbook Products.

SPECIAL DISCOUNT:

Beyond coasters, Playbook Products also offers a full array of Kings related items – including: mugs, phone cases, posters, and gym bags. See here for more information.

As an added bonus, they’re offering a special 15% off to all of our readers through the month. Simply order before June 30, 2019 and use discount code: MAYORSMANOR

ENTER THE MAYORSMANOR CONTEST:

If you’d like to win one of the two Kings coaster sets we’re giving away, submit your full name and email address using the form below. The rules are pretty simple. Our contest runs through June 23rd. The first winner will be randomly selected from ALL entries received. As a fun little bonus, we’ll also pull one random winner from the entries who correctly guess which player the Kings draft with their first selection this Friday night in Vancouver. There is a maximum of one entry per household and multiple entries will be deleted. Contest open to U.S. residents only. Easy enough? Enter now, you just might win.

UPDATE: The contest is now closed and the winner has been contacted via email. Thank you to all who entered.

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  1. Jennifer Sipe says:

    Love your insight and info Mayor. Prospect stats and observations are always on point.