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 […]
John Hoven and Jonathan Davis brought some more of their west coast bias to NHL Network Radio on Sunday, January 11, 2015, as they were live on hand for Temmu Selanne’s jersey retirement in Anaheim.
In the free replay below, the Two Man Advantage crew discussed everything surrounding the festivities, heard from Selanne, several of his […]
Just below the marked hatred that once existed between the Kings and three of their other former Smythe Division rivals – Vancouver, Edmonton, and Calgary – there used to be somewhat of a rivalry with the Jets. At the very least, many memorable moments in Kings franchise history took place between the two clubs. With Rob […]
For the second (and final) time this season, the Winnipeg Jets arrive in Los Angeles without a healthy Evander Kane. In their initial meeting back in October, the Kings rolled to a 4-1 victory on the strength of Martin Jones in goal and at a time when the Pearson-Carter-Toffoli line was running roughshod over the competition.
Guests Jim Fox, Dennis Bernstein, and Mark Masters joined us on West Coast Bias for the October 12, 2014 show on NHL Network Radio.
Fox helped us cover all the key issues surrounding the LA Kings after their first three games (including Jonathan Quick, Martin Jones, Jake Muzzin, Brayden McNabb, Slava Voynov, and Mike Richards – […]
With the start of a new season earlier this week, we also launched a new series here on MayorsManor where we share the odds of various things that may occur in a given game. Along with the five odds we supply regarding the Los Angeles Kings, we’re welcoming guest contributors from other markets. For the […]
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:
Last year, through the Professional Hockey Writers Association, I was honored to be part of the voting body responsible for most of the major NHL Awards. Following the end of the lockout shortened season, I posted my selections, as submitted, with brief comments. The article was well received, so I thought I’d offer my thoughts […]