Mayor’s Minutes on NHL Radio – Voynov update, plus Kings-Stars preview

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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 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 […]

Puck Probability: Odds for Stars at Kings, November 13

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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 […]

In The Room: Kings and Ducks talk 6-5 Anaheim win

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Although the #FirstToFive hashtag works just fine for the LA Galaxy, it does not seem to apply to AEG’s hockey team. After getting timely goals to go up 5-3, the Kings came from ahead to lose to the host Anaheim Ducks on Wednesday. After the shootout, here is what was being said in both locker […]

Puck Probability: Odds for Kings at Ducks, November 12

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Leave it to The Royal Half to not be able to follow rules. The format has been pretty simple for our Puck Probability series this season – we ask a guest to come on and share five odds with us, things that they think just might happen in a particular game. What does TRH do? […]

Things You May Not Know: Kings-Ducks Edition

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We’re pretty sure you already know the Kings have won two Stanley Cups and the Ducks just one. We’ll also assume you know the Ducks did it first, claiming victory in 2007. Thus, we’ll save the obvious points and try to pass along a few other notes that just might make you sound smart while […]

Tuesday’s Tidbits: NHL News, Notes, and Nuggets

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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 […]

Linden Vey checks in on way out of town

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Prior to leaving town, Canucks rookie Linden Vey made sure to stop by for a quick chat, so we could catch up. As most know, he was originally drafted by Los Angeles in the fourth round of the 2009 NHL Draft. Then, after winning the WHL scoring title in 2011, he went on to become […]

AHL: Shore shines in Monarchs victory

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After a season in which they finished first in the Eastern Conference, the Manchester Monarchs have been off to a roller coaster start to their 2014-15 campaign. Friday, the team registered 44 shots and still struggled to create offense. With the Springfield Falcons in town on Saturday, the up and down ride continued, as Manchester […]

Puck Probability: Odds for Canucks at Kings, November 8

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From Drew Doughty to Justin Williams, and throughout the Kings lineup, there used to be a tremendous amount of hate for the Vancouver Canucks – and the player’s didn’t hide it. Now, with two Stanley Cups under their belt and without Max Lapierre and his horrible chirping efforts gone from B.C., we’re not so sure the […]

Things You May Not Know: Canucks-Kings Edition

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Just a few years ago, many of the Kings players were quick to point out it wasn’t nearby Anaheim Ducks that were their biggest rival, but rather the San Jose Sharks and Vancouver Canucks who were their biggest rival. There was serious hatred on both sides of the Kings-Canucks battles, especially after the teams met […]