Kings players select high and low points of 2013 regular season

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Over the last few days we spent time collecting thoughts from a handful of LA Kings players, asking them to look back on the 48 games played in 99 days – a whirlwind of a schedule to say the least. What were the high points, what were the low points? Here’s what they had to [...]

LA Kings season high/low with Davis Drewiske

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Over the next few days, MayorsManor will be bringing you several articles using our high/low format. The topic this time around is the LA Kings season as a whole, with players sharing their personal high and low point of the last 80 games played.
First up is Davis Drewiske. Even though he’s only played nine games [...]

High / Low points from LA Kings opening games in Europe

For those unfamiliar with the High/Low segment here on MayorsManor, it’s a pretty simple format where we look at three highs and three lows from a specified topic – for example, a game or somebody’s career. Here, we’ll be reviewing the Kings’ trip to Europe, where they played the first two games of the season…
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- Anze Kopitar: He [...]

Moreau’s highs and lows from Edmonton and Columbus

A few days ago Ethan Moreau got his first taste of being inside Staples Center as a member of the Kings. It between observing the work being done to the ice and taking photos with other guests, he shared several thoughts about signing his recent deal with Los Angeles.
First off, even though it’s a [...]

Kings-Sharks Game Two: High / Low with Jim Fox

The unofficial MayorsManor road reporter is back!
Jim Fox rejoins us today with his thoughts on the Kings 4-0 victory last night in San Jose.
As you may recall from his High/Low article following game one, Fox didn’t like the team’s minimal shots in the first period that night or their defensive zone coverage on the first [...]

Kings-Sharks Game One: High / Low with Jim Fox

Over the last few seasons Jim Fox has stopped by MayorsManor a number of times to share his highs and lows from select games.
Like last year during the Kings round one playoff series with Vancouver, LA’s award winning commentator is back again today for some more post-season analysis.
Here’s what he had to say this morning [...]

HIGH / LOW with Coach Terry Murray

Yesterday, Kings defensemen Drew Doughty, Jack Johnson and Matt Greene provided their highs and lows from the first half of the season.
Even though last month Willie Mitchell jokingly said “Forwards just skate up and down and don’t think” that didn’t stop eight of them – including Ryan Smyth, Wayne Simmonds and Jarret Stoll – [...]

HIGH / LOW with LA Kings Forwards

Earlier this week the Kings reached the midpoint of their 82-game regular season. In a separate article today we shared comments from the Kings’ defensemen, providing their thoughts on the first half of the season.
Now, let’s see what eight of the forwards have to say…
Wayne Simmonds – Obviously, I don’t think up to this point our [...]

HIGH / LOW with LA Kings Defensemen

In the past we’ve used our popular High / Low format to have guests review various things – Rob Blake and Luc Robitaille reflected on their careers, Jim Fox offered opinions on opening night and playoff games, and even some guys from Manchester have stopped by to talk Monarchs hockey.
With the Kings reaching the midpoint [...]

High / Low – Game Two with Jim Fox

Kings’ Analyst Jim Fox was in the booth for both of the team’s games this weekend north of the border.
Yesterday he stopped by MayorsManor with his thoughts on the Canucks game. Fortunately, after a big win on opening night there was little to criticize.
Now, following the first loss of the season to the Flames on [...]