Where do we even begin, as the hours countdown to the second and final meeting of the season between the Kings and Flyers? Many of the storylines have been well documented over the past few seasons, so let’s try to stay current. Although we had Philadelphia as the team coming out of the Eastern Conference […]
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.
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It’s the game that everybody on both sides – from players to fans to management – circles on their calendars when the NHL schedule comes out, Kings vs. Flyers. Building on the in-depth preview posted earlier, we’re back with some all new tidbits related to tonight’s action. Per the norm, we’ll provide notes on a […]
Enjoy a free replay of “The Mayor” John Hoven on Sportsnet Radio in Canada, as they preview Tuesday’s Kings-Flyers matchup. Among the topics discussed were Mike Richards, Jeff Carter, Jonathan Quick, Slava Voynov, Tyler Toffoli, Tanner Pearson, coach Darryl Sutter, Anze Kopitar’s injury, and much more.
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Guest Eric Stephens joined us on West Coast Bias for the October 19, 2014 show on NHL Network Radio.
We covered the Kings defeat of the visiting Minnesota Wild, the San Jose Sharks loss to the New York Rangers, as well as the Anaheim Ducks shutout over the St. Louis Blues. Among the other issues debated […]
Guest Dennis Bernstein joined West Coast Bias on NHL Network Radio for the Saturday, October 11, 2014 show to help break down the day’s 15 games. It was one of the rare times all 30 NHL teams were in action. Among the topics discussed were drama surrounding the Toronto Maple Leafs, an ‘eyes-closed’ goal in the […]
Summer is officially over. Final NHL rosters have been submitted to the league, preseason games are no more, and now comes the time when the puck is dropped and the real goodness begins. Before you settle in for the 82-game season though, here is how MayorsManor thinks the standings will shake out over the next six months:
So the Kings won the Stanley Cup, and everybody went on vacation, right?
Not so fast.
As if the organization doesn’t have enough on its plate of late – like getting new long-term contracts done for Matt Greene and Marian Gaborik – there is at least one other pressing item heating up on what should be an […]