With the NFL season set kicking off in the coming days, it won’t only be fans of the pigskin who will be lining up to wager on their favorite teams; it’s also that time of the year when hockey fans start to formulate their fantasy teams and betting on who they think will be the […]
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Last year around this time, MayorsManor broke the story that Frozen Fury would be a two-game affair in the fall of 2013, as the Kings were preparing to host the New York Rangers and Colorado Avalanche (our […]
West Coast Bias was back at the Honda Center in Anaheim this week, broadcasting live on NHL Network Radio – and it was two hours of non-stop hockey talk, primarily about the Western Conference.
Along with my co-host Jonathan Davis, we covered all the key games of the weekend, spoke with Eric Stephens of the Orange […]
Night two of Frozen Fury 2013 was a reminder of how difficult it is to play in back-to-back games, even during the pre-season. Coming off their smothering of the New York Rangers the night before, the LA Kings came up short on Saturday night, losing 3-2 to the visiting Colorado Avalanche.
However, with final rosters due […]
Friday night in Colorado, Willie Mitchell returned to the Kings line-up for the first time since June 2012, playing just over 23 minutes. Up front, Nick Shore – a product of Denver University – scored a goal, picked up an assist and won 9-of-21 faceoffs. After coming in to relieve Ben Scrivens at the start […]
Following the Kings 3-2 shootout win over the visiting h Colorado Avalanche, here’s what coach coach Darryl Sutter had to share…
– On his ‘3-2’ statement coming true again: “It’s good when you win 3-2.”
– On if LA got away from their pressure game in the second: “Well we’re playing a team with nothing to lose, […]
Following the Kings 3-2 shootout win over the visiting Colorado Avalanche, here’s what Jeff Carter had to share…
– On if LA got away from their game tonight: “Yeah, I’d say so. I thought we were really good in the first. I mean we got pucks deep and used their D. You know, when we’re doing […]
When you think of players who have played for both the Kings and Avalanche, names like Rob Blake and Adam Deadmarsh are usually the first two that come to mind. Of course, they were part of a big trade between the clubs that resulted in one team winning a Stanley Cup and the other side’s […]
For the second time in history, the Kings’ annual pre-season party in Las Vegas had to be cancelled last September. On both occasions, the fun fell by the wayside due to labor strife between the NHL and NHLPA.
In 2004, a game between the Kings and Ducks was nixed – the only time Anaheim has ever been scheduled […]
Former Kings prospect Ray Kaunisto is back in Southern California tonight with the Colorado Eagles, and they’ll be taking on the Ontario Reign. It’s not where he planned on playing this season, but things seem to be working out OK for the former college hockey forward.
Originally signed by Dean Lombardi as a free agent following his senior year at […]