Like last season, we’re looking to have a little fun heading into the 2015-16 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Don’t worry – there is still plenty of time to argue about line combinations, roster moves needed by teams that didn’t make the playoffs, and which free agent players might be on the move this summer. […]
Enjoy a free replay of “The Mayor” John Hoven on ESPN radio in Honolulu, where he joined the Sports Animals show to offer thoughts on several Stanley Cup playoff matchups, including: Canucks-Flames, Rangers-Penguins, Senators-Canadiens, Blackhawks-Predators, Capitals-Islanders, and more.
You can give today’s segment a listen using the player below or download any of our […]
On this week’s Two Man Advantage show, the West Coast Bias crew once again took over the airwaves of NHL Network Radio to offer their unique perspective on the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Host Jonathan Davis started off the show off with a detailed highlights tour, breaking down all the games that took place on Sunday. Then, “The […]
Tonight’s game will mark the Kings final visit to Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, the stadium where the Islanders have played their home games for the last 43 years.
It’s also a perfect opportunity for the subject of this week’s Throw Back Thursday article. Not only is it a building very reminiscent of the Kings former home […]
Thursday night the New York Islanders, once loosely considered rivals of the Kings (many decades ago, after the teams made some high profile trades, namely the one for Butch Goring), will make their lone appearance of the season at Staples Center. As usual, we have a few pre-game tidbits to pass along. Study up, as […]
Guests Elliotte Friedman, Dennis Bernstein, Kevin Kurz, and Farhan Lalji of TSN helped us kick off 2014-15 season of West Coast Bias via the October 5, 2014 edition on NHL Network Radio.
We hit on all the key storylines coming into the season – including can the LA Kings repeat as Stanley Cup champions, plus playoff […]
Guests Luc Robitaille and Patrick Kearns joined us for the January 26, 2014 edition of West Coast Bias on NHL Network Radio.
Jonathan Davis and I were back live on the airwaves for another two hours of non-stop hockey talk. Among the myriad of topics discussed were – the two outdoor games played over the weekend, […]
Those Anaheim Ducks just keep on rolling, running their home record to 11-0-2 after a 5-2 win over the visiting New York Islanders on Monday night. Now sitting at 21-7-5 overall (47 points), they’re tied with Chicago for the overall NHL lead. Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf extended their points streaks and Jonas Hiller once again […]