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Ron Hextall interviewed on NHL Live

The guys at NHL Live had Kings Assistant GM Ron Hextall on earlier this morning for a quick interview.  Among the highlights – they talked playoffs, the draft and if the Kings are looking to trade a goalie.  Here’s a recap…
As somebody who has ties to Philly were the Stanley Cup Finals tough on you?  I [...]

AHL: Vey scores two, Berube shuts out Pirates

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Before the completion of their game Saturday night, the Manchester Monarchs had reason to celebrate. A 7-2 loss by the St. John’s IceCaps meant the primary affiliate of the LA Kings had clinched the Atlantic Division title and guaranteed themselves home ice for at least the first round of the AHL playoffs.
Goalie JF Berube made [...]

AHL: O’Neill’s hat-trick powers Monarchs to victory

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Friday’s game in Manchester saw a few new faces on the ice, while familiar ones watched off it. As the Monarchs took on the Adirondack Phantoms, led by former LA Kings coach Terry Murray, Ron Hextall took the game in from the press box. This past summer, Hextall moved on from being the assistant general [...]

Post-game with Simmonds and Schenn – talking Lappy, chirping, celebrations

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Flyers’ forwards Wayne Simmonds and Brayden Schenn made their returns to MayorsManor on Friday, after a few year absence since being dealt by the Kings to Philadelphia in the Mike Richards trade. Following up on those pre-game comments, here’s what both players had to say after shutting out LA 2-0 on Saturday afternoon…
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AHL: Monarchs show character, Pearson helps in shootout win

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Game report provided by the Monarchs, LA Kings’ AHL affiliate…
LEWISTON, ME – The Manchester Monarchs came from being down two goals to break their two-game losing streak and beat the Portland Pirates, 4-3, in a shootout in the third VIP Cup match-up of the season at the Androscoggin Bank Colisee on Saturday night.
Manchester (16-5-1-3) leads [...]

Monarchs coach singing the praises of Kings top prospects

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On Wednesday afternoon, Manchester Monarchs coach Mark Morris was a guest on NHL Network Radio with host Scott Laughlin. During the course of the conversation, Morris had plenty to say about the Kings top prospects, both the players currently with the big club and several of the stars-in-waiting down in the AHL. Here’s a transcript [...]

AHL: Sabourin scores lone goal in Monarchs loss

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Game report provided by the Monarchs, LA Kings’ AHL affiliate…
LEWISTON, ME – Portland Pirates’ right wing Gilbert Brule jump started the scoring and the Manchester Monarchs could not rebound as they dropped the second VIP Cup game, 4-1, at the Androscoggin Bank Colisee on Friday night.  The Monarchs and Pirates are tied, 1-1, in the [...]

AUDIO: West Coast Bias on NHL Network Radio – November 3, 2013

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Along with my co-host Jonathan Davis, we packed another two hours of hockey talk into this week’s episode of West Coast Bias over on NHL Network Radio. Joining us for some of the fun was former goaltender Kelly Hrudey of Hockey Night in Canada, plus veteran official (and author) Kerry Fraser.
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Rich Clune has some serious opinions on Dustin Brown being a predator

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To properly set the stage for our conversation with Nashville Predators forward Rich Clune, some people may need a quick refresher on what’s gone down recently. In a nutshell, former NHL defenseman Garry Galley went on Hockey Night in Canada radio and listed a group of eight players – whom he called ‘the Crazy Eights.’ [...]

VIDEO: Press Conference of the Year – Flyers hire new coach

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Little words are needed here, just sit back and watch the video. While it’s never easy to talk about a guy losing his job, that’s not really what’s highlighted in the clip. Instead, watch the Philly media attack Flyers management and owner Ed Snider. You’ll quickly understand why both sides have the reputations they do…

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