Catching Up With Jarett Stoll At The Stadium Series

Stoll Jarret Wild

Had a chance to catch up with Minnesota Wild forward Jarret Stoll after this morning’s outdoor skate at TCF Bank Stadium. Here’s most of what we discussed…
On ranking his outdoor game experience:
“They were all kind of different. We lost the one in Edmonton and Celsius I think it was about minus 25. It was frigid, […]

Clifford Shares Some Thoughts on AHL Conditioning Assignment

KlausBurkhart.com

A few weeks ago, AHL President and CEO Dave Andrews sat down with MayorsManor to discuss a myriad of league topics. Among the information shared was the fact the San Diego Gulls, the Anaheim Ducks new AHL affiliate, was exceeding expectations at the box office. Sitting second in league attendance, with an average of 8.658 […]

Stoll Has Special Message for LA Kings Fans

Stoll tribute

It was an emotional night at Staples Center on Thursday. After sharing the comments down below with media members gathered in the Minnesota Wild locker room, Jarret Stoll wanted to share a special message with Kings fans…
MayorsManor exclusive… @jarretstoll has a special message for #LAKings fans… pic.twitter.com/ETG7pv2uiL
— The Mayor John Hoven (@mayorNHL) January 22, 2016
[…]

Jarret Stoll Feeling Many Things; Returning for First Game vs Kings

Stoll Jarret Wild

Each player has a story. For some, it’s an ever-evolving one. And while the final chapter covering Jarret Stoll’s NHL playing career has yet to be written, one could argue the meat of his tale has perhaps already been written. Prior to two Stanley Cup victories as a member of the Los Angeles Kings, his […]

Unlike Whitney, Doan Has No Problems with NHL Youngsters

Doan Domi Coyotes

With the NHL’s annual holiday break officially over, the Kings are in Phoenix tonight to face a familiar foe in Shane Doan and his Arizona Coyotes. Long the face of Phoenix hockey, the 39-year-old veteran is experiencing a bit of a renaissance prior to wrapping up his illustrious career. Not only are the Coyotes fighting […]

Milan Lucic – ‘Kings Are Stanley Cup Contenders Next Season’

Lucic first NHL goal vs LA Kings

Following the Kings trade for Milan Lucic earlier this afternoon, the former Boston Bruin forward spoke with the media via conference call and shared the following:
On his feelings being traded away from Boston:
“It was definitely an emotional call. I could sense it his (Sweeney) voice that it was an emotional call for him and even […]

TRADE REVISITED: Mike Richards for Simmonds and Schenn

Richards Kings Flyers 2011

The following article was originally posted on MayorsManor in October 2011. Since then, the Kings have won two Stanley Cups. In honor of the four year anniversary of the Mike Richards trade, we take a look back once again…
In the 40-plus year history of the Los Angeles Kings franchise, there have been some pretty big […]

WCF Game 1: Ducks and Blackhawks talk Anaheim’s 4-1 Win

Blackhawks Ducks 2015 WCF

An early goal from Hampus Lindholm gave the Ducks a 1-0 lead in the first period and they went on to earn a 4-1 victory over the visiting Chicago Blackhawks in Game 1 of the Western Conference Final. Anaheim defensemen continue to lead all other blueline groups in the NHL’s post-season, having now recorded 32 […]

10 Questions with Jamie McBain: His Past, Present, and Future

McBain LA Kings 2014-15

Perhaps lost in the all the hoopla surrounding the Kings defense this year – which included the loss of Willie Mitchell, Slava Voynov’s legal issues, the emergence of Brayden McNabb, retirement of Robyn Regehr, and trade for Andrej Sekera – was an under-the-radar performance by Jamie McBain.
Originally selected in the second round of the 2006 […]

Quick Quotes after Ducks def Flames in Game 2

Ducks Flames Game 2 RD2

Following Anaheim’s 3-0 win over the Calgary Flames in Game 2, which also served as Ducks goaltender Frederik Anderson’s first career shutout, here is what was being said in both locker rooms…
Ryan Kesler on winning in any fashion:
“We knew we’d get their best push, and I thought we generated a lot in the first. They came back […]