MayorsManor Podcast with Tony Granato

When you evaluate a trade in sports years down the line if you’d still make the same trade again, that usually tells you which team won the exchange.
In the case of the Kings sending Bernie Nicholls to the New York Rangers for Tomas Sandstrom and Tony Granato, of course they’d do that deal again.
The offensive [...]

MayorsManor Podcast with Kerry Fraser

Very few people in the world of hockey ever become as well known as the players on the ice.
Then again, there aren’t many people like Kerry Fraser either.
He’s perhaps the most recognizable referee in the history of hockey. In his 30-year career he managed to get under the skin of fans in nearly every NHL [...]

High / Low with Rob Blake

It’s been a while since we’ve done a High / Low piece, one of our popular features during the regular season.
It’s also been a while since there’s been any new Rob Blake news around these parts…again, also popular during the regular season.
With Rob’s recent retirement, he’s been in the news a little this summer. Yet, [...]

NCAA Frozen Four preview with Gary Shuchuk

The NCAA hockey championship will be decided over the next three days in Detroit, Michigan – with semi final action kicking off in just a few hours. One team vying for the crown is the Wisconsin Badgers, the former home of many NHL players – including Kings defenseman Davis Drewiske and Sharks sniper Dany Heatley.
And [...]

Rob Blake : The Interview

For many sports fans, there’s a ‘you’re with me or against me’ type attitude. So, when Rob Blake resigned the captaincy of the Kings in September 2000 it pretty much sealed his fate with many of the team’s loyal supporters. When he was traded to the Colorado Avalanche the following spring, he became public enemy number [...]

20 Questions with #20 – Interview with Luc Robitaille

From the 1984 NHL Entry Draft to the 1993 Stanley Cup Finals. From his 500th goal in 1999 to his retirement in 2006. Kings fans have been watching Luc Robitaille for two decades now. He’s strayed from Los Angeles a few times, yet his heart always belonged to the Kings. Today marks another milestone in [...]

Word Association with Robitaille – Luc on His Teammates

Each group of players inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame has a uniqueness about it. Occasionally, guys that were rivals during their playing days are enshrined during the same year. However, rarely does a player going in share the stage exclusively with guys he called teammates during his career. Luc Robitaille is once again [...]

High / Low with Lucky Luc

For many hockey fans Toronto is the center of the universe. There’s no denying that’s true for at least the next few days as four of the greatest players ever will be inducted into the Hockey Fall of Fame there on Monday. They all have something special about them. Yet, Luc Robitaille is just [...]