It seems like just a week or so ago that I gave you five things you may not know prior to a Kings-Stars game. Oh wait, that’s right, they play each other three times in less than three weeks this month. Even so, every game needs fresh content, so here is a fresh batch of […]
Here is a free replay of this week’s Mayor’s Minutes on NHL Network Radio. John Hoven joined host Jim ‘Boomer’ Gordon to hit on several Western Conference topics – primarily focusing on the Ducks, Kings, and Stars. There is also a potential major Slava Voynov update that at least deserves a small introduction […]
Tonight’s matchup between the visiting Stars and host Kings should be an interesting one for at least two intriguing reasons. First, this is the second of three meetings between the two teams in less than 20 days. Why they need to complete their entire three-game season series in the same month is one of the […]
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, […]
Later tonight, the Kings will faceoff with their former Pacific Division foes, the Dallas Stars. Since the recent NHL realignment, the Stars have new jerseys and occupy space in the Central Division. They’re also one of the trendy playoff picks this season. Before the puck drops we have a few tidbits that will make you […]
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: