Mayor’s Minutes on NHL Radio – talking defense, call-ups, etc.

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Enjoy a free replay of this week’s Mayor’s Minutes on NHL Network Radio. John Hoven joined host Jim ‘Boomer’ Gordon to talk about all the latest topics surrounding the LA Kings, including Robyn Regehr’s injury, which defenseman in likely to be called up from Manchester soon, trade possibilities in the coming month, goaltending, […]

Puck Probability: Predictions for Rangers at Kings, Jan. 8

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It’s funny, after the Kings beat the New Jersey Devils for the Stanley Cup in 2012, there wasn’t much of a buzz for a rematch the next time they played (in fairness, that was partially due to their next encounter not coming for quite some time due to the NHL Lockout). More recently, the Kings […]

Five Things You May Not Know: Rangers at Kings Edition

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Some games simply don’t need much hype or explanation prior to puck drop. Thursday night’s Stanley Cup Final rematch is one such contest. Anytime you get teams from the two largest U.S. markets, there is the natural East Coast v West Coast flavor permeating the air. This one is a little extra special because of […]

Time for Change: Kings Lineup Suggestions

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‘Oh October, where have you gone,’ is likely something Darryl Sutter often wonders. Back in the opening month of the season his Kings had the hottest line in hockey, with the trio of Tanner Pearson-Jeff Carter-Tyler Toffoli racking up 35 points in the first 11 games. Overall, the team has been a bit of a mystery most nights, […]

Five Things You May Not Know: Kings at Flames Edition

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Forget the vaunted two-goal lead in hockey, the Kings blew a three-goal lead against the Flames last week in the closing minutes of their contest in Los Angeles. Johnny Gaudreau aka Johnny Hockey recorded a hat trick, then added two more goals against Edmonton in Calgary’s next game, and was just announced as the NHL’s […]

WJC Preview – Kings Prospects to Watch

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It’s December 26th, and that can only mean one thing – it’s time to start the World Junior Championship. This annual tournament features the best young prospects in all of hockey and is a showcase event for recently drafted players, as well as dozens of first round hopefuls for next June.
Specific to the LA Kings, […]

REPORT: Kings Top Prospect Set to be Traded

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Although the NHL is in trade freeze period, that does not stop junior hockey clubs from making deals. In fact, with the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) trade window open from December 19 to January 6, 2015, it appears Baie-Comeau Drakkar is about to make a significant trade. From what we’ve gathered, forward Valentin Zykov looks […]

SOURCE: San Jose Has Interesting Plan for AHL West Move

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Following up on the “AHL Coming West” story John Hoven has been tracking here on MayorsManor over the past year, we have some fresh news to pass along, all the way from the East Coast. According to a very reliable source close to the situation, expect the San Jose Sharks to announce their piece of […]

Mayor’s Minutes on NHL Radio – LAK issues, contracts, line combos

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Here is a free replay of this week’s Mayor’s Minutes on NHL Network Radio. John Hoven joined host Jim ‘Boomer’ Gordon to talk about all the latest topics surrounding the LA Kings, including – their game vs. the Blues, what’s wrong with the line combos, contract talks with Justin Williams, the AHL moving […]

UPDATE: Where Things Stand as NHL Teams Prep for AHL West

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Everything is fluid, let’s remember that key point.
As mentioned last season, the majority of teams in the NHL’s Pacific Division have spent the past few years exploring the idea of moving their top minor league […]