Kings Of the Podcast Ep. 13 – with Craig Johnson

Once again, it’s time to pleasure your ears and increase your fun level. Kings of the Podcast is back with another jam-packed show that raises the bar even higher.
Episode 13 includes…
– Interview with Craig Johnson (talking Gabe Vilardi, the Gretzky trade, etc.)
– Latest on The Briefcase
– Goals For / Goals Against segment
– […]

NHL Midseason Awards: PHWA Official Results vs. My Ballot

For a second straight year, the Professional Hockey Writers Association (PHWA) polled their constituents to determine midseason winners in 10 categories related to the 2018-19 NHL campaign.
Established in 1962, the PHWA has grown to around 300 hockey media members based in North America. I’m honored to have been among the more than 125 PHWA […]

MayorsManor Live: 2015-16 Playoff Podcast with The Kid

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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. […]

FREE REPLAY: Mayor on ESPN Radio Talking NHL SC Playoffs

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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 […]

FREE REPLAY: WCB on NHL Radio with Mayor and J.D.

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 […]

TBT: Luc’s First Hat Trick, Kings Memories at Nassau Coliseum

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 […]

In the Room: Kings and Islanders talk NY’s 2-1 win

Following the Islanders 2-1 shootout victory over the host LA Kings on Thursday night, here is a quick sample of what was being said in both locker rooms:
Kings coach Darryl Sutter on the overall game:
“We held a top team to one goal and we would have liked to score one more… I think we had […]

Puck Probability: Odds for Islanders at Kings, November 6

Home sweet home is likely what Kings players and fans are thinking – or at least secretly hoping. After a road trip that was pretty ugly through the first four games, Darryl Sutter’s team managed to salvage a win in Dallas on Tuesday night to end things on a high note. Now, the Islanders – […]

Things You May Not Know: Islanders-Kings Edition

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 […]

West Coast Bias: 2014-15 Season Debut on NHL Radio

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 […]