AHL: Gulls Finally Ready to Take Flight in San Diego

Gulls San Diego AHL

After two wins in their pre-season debut, the Anaheim Ducks new AHL team has arrived home in San Diego to prepare for Saturday night’s season opener, which will kick off their inaugural season.
In advance of the game, several players and coaches were made available to the media this week. Asked about finally making […]

Brodzinski Scores in Rookie Game; Ready for Tough Coach and Pro Game


In game one of a two-game series with the Arizona Coyotes, the Los Angeles Kings rookie squad fell to the visiting group of prospects, 5-3.  The Coyotes also scored twice during the five minute 3-on-3 overtime simulation.  Kings goaltending prospect Patrik Bartosak allowed one goal in 40 minutes of action before Nick McBride came in […]

Dev Camp Quotes: Cernak, Leslie, and Lintuniemi Could Play on Reign Blueline

Lintuniemi Kings Camp

The battle for playing time on the Ontario Reign blueline next year is expected to be rather fierce. Derek Forbort, the Kings 2010 first round pick, may or may not be back in the AHL – depending on what happens during the team’s training camp in September. Kevin Gravel will be back, as will Nick […]

Zykov Taking Leadership Role at Kings Development Camp

Zykov Russia

Currently ranked as one of the Kings’ top-3 prospects, forward Valentin Zykov has had a tumultuous nine months – from being injured, to missing the World Junior Championships, to being traded, to wrapping up his junior hockey career, and then to even spending a few weeks in Manchester training. The express train won’t be stopping […]

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 […]

Hard Work Pays Off; Kings Defensive Prospect Gets New Contract


Even in today’s world of instant gratification, there is still something to be said for good ol’ fashioned hard work, dedication, and patience.
Last June, just prior to us breaking the news of defenseman Kevin Gravel, originally selected by the Kings in the fifth round of the 2010 NHL Draft, signing an AHL-only deal with Manchester, […]

Nic Dowd After Monarchs Game 4 Victory, One Step Closer to Calder Cup Championship


The Manchester Monarchs are one win away from the Calder Cup Championship after an impressive 6-3 victory in Game 4 in Utica.  Nic Dowd, one of the LA Kings top-10 rated prospects, had a two goal game for the Monarchs and after the game he spoke with MayorsManor correspondent Andy Tonge…
On the overall game for […]

Monarchs Drop Calder Cup Finals Game 3, Patrik Bartosak Quotes


Los Angeles Kings goaltending prospect Patrik Bartosak was thrust into action on Wednesday night, his first appearance of the postseason, when starter J.F. Berube went down with an injury in the first period. Following Manchester’s 3-2 loss to the host Utica Comets in Game 3, Bartosak had this to say…
On the overall game:
“I don’t know, we […]

Monarchs Drop CCF Game 3, Andrew Bodnarchuk Comments


The Manchester Monarchs lost Game 3 of the Calder Cup Finals by a score of 3-2 to the Utica Comets.  After the game, Andrew Bodnarchuk caught up with Mayor’s Manor.
On the Game 3 loss:
“Tough loss, it is always tough losing. But I thought we got our feet under us in the first ten minutes or […]

CCF Game 2: Winning Goalie JF Berube Talks About The Game, Series


Manchester Monarchs’ starting goalie JF Berube has had his ups and his downs throughout the playoffs. In Game 2, the goalie stopped 24 shots, only allowing 1 to beat him, as he helped guide his team to victory. After the game, the netminder spoke to MayorsManor exclusively…
On picking up the win:
“I think it’s big. We […]