Dennis Bernstein of The Fourth Period magazine joined John Hoven and Jonathan Davis during the Sunday, March 8, 2015 edition of their show on NHL Network Radio. In the free replay below, the Two Man Advantage crew and Bernstein talked up the Western Conference playoff contenders vs. pretenders – including the Kings, Ducks, Blues, Flames, […]
Elliotte Friedman of Hockey Night in Canada joined John Hoven and Jonathan Davis to kick off the Sunday, March 8, 2015 edition of their show on NHL Network Radio. In the free replay below, the Two Man Advantage crew and Friedman discussed a myriad of hot topics around the NHL – including: why the Anaheim […]
David Amber of Rogers Sportsnet joined John Hoven and Jonathan Davis as a guest on this week’s show. They provided some west coast bias on the latest news swirling in the NHL, as well as the day’s highlights and scores via the NHL Network Radio on Sunday, December 14, 2014.
In the free replay below, David Amber and the […]
Jon Abbott, radio voice of the Vancouver Canucks, joined John Hoven and Jonathan Davis as a guest on this week’s show. They provided some west coast bias on the latest news swirling in the NHL, as well as the day’s highlights and scores via the NHL Network Radio on Sunday, November 24, 2014.
In the free […]
The West Coast Bias radio team returned to NHL Network Radio with an all-new edition of the Two Man Advantage show on Saturday, November 8, 2014.
In the free replay below, we covered the Kings defeat of the visiting Vancouver Canucks, the possibility of Vancouver and/or Calgary making the playoffs, what’s wrong with the Dallas Stars, […]
Following the Kings 5-1 victory over the visiting Vancouver Canucks on Saturday night, here is a quick sample of what was being said in both locker rooms:
Kings coach Darryl Sutter on the 60 minute effort:
“I think the penalty kill in the first period was the difference in the game. There was a 5-on-4 and 5-on-3 […]
From Drew Doughty to Justin Williams, and throughout the Kings lineup, there used to be a tremendous amount of hate for the Vancouver Canucks – and the player’s didn’t hide it. Now, with two Stanley Cups under their belt and without Max Lapierre and his horrible chirping efforts gone from B.C., we’re not so sure the […]
Just a few years ago, many of the Kings players were quick to point out it wasn’t nearby Anaheim Ducks that were their biggest rival, but rather the San Jose Sharks and Vancouver Canucks who were their biggest rival. There was serious hatred on both sides of the Kings-Canucks battles, especially after the teams met […]
Enjoy a free replay of West Coast Bias from October 27, 2014, which aired live on NHL Network Radio.
We covered the Kings defeat of the visiting Columbus Blue Jackets, the San Jose Sharks beating up on the Anaheim Ducks, possible suspensions coming from the league offices, roster problems with the Vancouver Canucks, where the Calgary Flames fit […]