West Coast Bias on NHL Radio with Bernstein and Remenda

Sirius XM NHL Network

Guests Dennis Bernstein and Drew Remenda joined us for the March 9, 2014 edition of West Coast Bias on NHL Network Radio.
With the NHL Trade Deadline now over, it was time to dissect who were the real winners and losers heading into the league’s final stretch of regular season games. Dennis Bernstein of The Fourth [...]

Jarret Stoll remains focused, confident and humble

Stoll Sutter LA Kings MayorsManor

As noted during last night’s MayorsManor post-game show, you have to hand it to Jarret Stoll. He went from playing top-six minutes and being a big part of the Kings power play over the last few years to essentially a role player. Sure, he spent some time at wing this season – not his natural position [...]

Quotes from Vancouver locker room after 3-2 win over LA

The Vancouver Canucks defeated the LA Kings 3-2 in front of a sellout crowd at Staples Center.
Here are some quotes from the visiting team locker room following the game…
COACH ALAIN VIGNEAULT:
On the overall game – “Tonight, the way the game unfolded with us getting an early five-minute power play and then following it up [...]

Willie Mitchell on Vancouver’s Tendency to ‘Come Unglued’

Kings defenseman Willie Mitchell has a unique perspective on the Vancouver Canucks. Not only was a member of the team for the last four years, but he also spent the second half of last season observing things off the ice while recovering from a concussion.
As any player will tell you, hockey can be a much [...]

STAT CHECK: Vancouver at LA (PennerMania II)

Remember those old friends from yesteryear who, truth be told, you really don’t care to ever see again?
Well, the Vancouver Canucks just might fall into that category for the Los Angeles Kings. Yet, the NHL schedule makers say they must play this afternoon at 1pm PST.
So, with that it mind, here are some key stats [...]

Future Fridays – Interview with NHL prospect Nick Bjugstad

On a Saturday afternoon earlier this summer, things were lining up perfectly. Almost too perfectly.
Twenty one summers prior, Scott Bjugstad signed with the Kings after spending one season with the Pittsburgh Penguins.  While he scored only five goals over the next three years in Los Angeles, it still allowed him entry into a very small club – players [...]