Once upon a time, the Kings and Maple Leafs waged what was arguably the best seven-game series in Stanley Cup Playoff history. Fast forwarding a little more than two decades later, today they are a pair of franchises heading in very different directions. Los Angeles is considered to have a roster full of players in […]
John Hoven and Jonathan Davis brought some more of their west coast bias to NHL Network Radio on Sunday, December 14, 2014, as they discussed the day’s highlights and several key topics around the world of hockey.
In the free replay below, the Two Man Advantage crew discussed a trade coming involving one of the […]
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 […]
Just over 20 years ago, the Kings and Maple Leafs waged the greatest playoff series in NHL history. It was also the final year of the Campbell Conference, what is now known as the Western Conference. Expansion was underway and the league would have a different look in the years ahead. On the ice, the […]
Similar to the Canadiens game on Friday, you simply cannot think about a Kings – Maple Leafs contest and not quickly be taken back to 1993. What played out in their epic series to determine who would move on to the Stanley Cup Final that year was arguably the best 7-game series in NHL history. Of course […]
Like Drew Doughty going coast to coast against the New Jersey Devils in the 2012 Stanley Cup Final, let’s take a quick look at what’s going on from one end of the league to the other. Here are 10 tidbits worth checking out today:
– Dallas Stars coach Lindy Ruff held a leadership drill and his […]
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 – […]
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:
Guest Brad Schlossman joined us for the March 23, 2014 edition of West Coast Bias on NHL Network Radio to discuss the just announced brackets for the 16-team NCAA hockey playoffs.
In addition, Jonathan Davis and I reviewed all the action from around the NHL and debated which teams are peaking at the right time, as […]