Robitaille on having Gretzky involved in LA’s outdoor game

It’s getting closer… the Kings and Ducks will square off outdoors in less than two weeks. To help kick off the official countdown, the NHL held a special press conference at Dodger Stadium on Monday afternoon, where Wayne Gretzky met the ice truck as it arrived at Chavez Ravine. Among the others in [...]

Full quotes: Jaromir Jagr talks history made in LA

Where do you even begin with 41-year-old Jaromir Jagr? Currently, he’s posted four goals in the last three games. Against the Kings, he has 30 points in 30 games lifetime. And after his overtime marker in Los Angeles on Thursday, he’s now tied with Mario Lemieux for 690 career goals, good enough for ninth best in [...]

Wayne Gretzky in Winnipeg, final game with the LA Kings

For several years in the mid-90′s it seemed like the Kings were on a ‘Closing Down the Arena’ tour, as they made their final visits to old Chicago Stadium, Boston Garden, Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto, the Capital Centre just outside Washington DC and several others.
However, it was their second-to-last skate around the ice at [...]

MayorsManor Live Radio – the Wayne Gretzky trade, 25 years later

Perhaps no other trade in sports history ultimately defined a league as much as the 1988 NHL deal that sent Wayne Gretzky from Edmonton to Los Angeles.
Now, 25 years after that earth shattering moment, we look back at what happened then and the ripples it created for decades to come. Joining us on this edition [...]

July 4th – an LA Kings birthday story

We begin today with a special thank you to all the men and women who have bravely volunteered for military service. You’re a big reason why friends and families all across the country can safely gather tonight and enjoy spending time together. We truly appreciate all that you’ve done for us!
Now, we’d like to share [...]

Former Kings and Avs forward Warren Rychel recalls time in NHL

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 [...]

Hugging the post with Kelly Hrudey – what really went down back then

Historically, goaltending hasn’t been one of the strongest facets of the Kings organization. Yes, they had Rogie Vachon in the ’70s and now have Jonathan Quick, the reigning Conn Smythe trophy winner. However, the only other sustained high point you could really reference in between those two would be the eight years Kelly Hrudey spent in [...]

Inside the Mind of LA Kings center Colin Fraser

Colin Fraser may only see fourth line minutes with the LA Kings, but he’s a top-line interview and power play specialist when it comes to humor.  Some of his best work may have come during the recent lockout too, when he was tweeting questions to guests appearing on the MayorsManor show – like the time he [...]

Dustin Brown reacts to 10 LA Kings-inspired baby names

On Saturday afternoon Nicole Brown, wife of Kings captain Dustin Brown – and the self-proclaimed ‘best hockey player in the Brown household’ – made her return visit to The Fourth Period Live, a weekly show airing on NHL Network Radio via Sirius/XM.
During her segment she dropped the news that the couple is expecting their fourth child.
So, with three [...]

Theo Fleury talks Los Angeles and Stanley Cup rings

In an article yesterday, titled Remembering a Rivalry. we looked back at the rich history between the Flames and Kings. Each team has caused the other a fair share of pain at different points, including Calgary bouncing Los Angeles from Wayne Gretzky’s first playoff run with his new team, to the Kings eliminating the Flames in [...]