LA Kings Opening Night Roster: Take One – Early Camp Cuts Coming

Training Camp is officially in full swing, with two games down and another pair of split-squad matchups coming tomorrow, against the Golden Knights in Los Angeles and against the Canucks in Vancouver.
Look for GM Rob Blake and staff to start whittling down the roster real soon, as they push through the process of getting a […]

July 2018 – LA Kings Lineup, Salary Cap Situation and Possible Trade Scenarios

With some of the heated fervor surrounding Free Agent Frenzy starting to dissipate, we thought it best to circle back on the LA Kings salary cap situation. We continue to get inquires via social media regarding General Manager Rob Blake’s overall plan.
Well, his whiteboard in El Segundo looks something similar to this:
 

Kovalchuk
Kopitar
Brown

$6,250,000
10,000,000
5,875,000

 
 
 

Pearson
Carter
Toffoli

3,750,000
5,272,727
4,600,000

 
 
 

Iafallo
Kempe
Vilardi

925,000
894,167
925,000

 
 
 

Clifford
Lewis
Thompson

1,600,000
2,000,000
1,650,000

 
 
 

Brodzinski
Amadio
 

650,000
717,500
 

 
 
 

 
 
 

Forbort
Doughty
 

2,525,000
7,000,000
 

 
 
 

Muzzin
Phaneuff
 

4,000,000
5,250,000
 

 
 

Brickley
Martinez
 

925,000
4,000,000
 

 
 
 

LaDue
 
 

917,831
 
 

 
 
 

 
 
 

Quick
Campbell
 

5,800,000
675,000
 

 
This configuration of […]

Texas Takes it To and From Ontario: Reign Season Ends in Home Shutout

Reign players, coaches and fans had four simple words on their minds all day long Tuesday:
Win or stay home.
Since visiting the western conference final in 2016, Mike Stothers’ Reign squad had earned a playoff birth twice, but failed to win a playoff series. They looked to reverse that, stave off elimination at The Vault (CBBA) […]

LA Kings 2018 Mid-Season Top 10 Prospect Rankings: No. 3

We’re about to make a little history here at MayorsManor, hope everyone is ready.
If you’re unfamiliar with our rankings overall, for nearly a decade this content has become a vital source of player information, as nobody outside the Kings organization talks to more coaches, scouts, and General Managers about LA’s top prospects on a […]

FREE REPLAY: Hoven Talks Kings Trade Options, Stevens as Coach, Carter Return on NHL Radio

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Enjoy a free replay of John Hoven on NHL Network Radio from earlier today, where he joined hosts Nick Alberga and Dennis Bernstein to talk about the Los Angeles Kings – including their best options before the Trade Deadline, John Stevens as coach, Paul LaDue not playing, Dion Phaneuf joining the team, Jeff Carter’s […]

FREE REPLAY: Hoven Talks Kings Roster, Coaching, and Trades on NHL Network Radio

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Enjoy a free replay of John Hoven on NHL Network Radio from earlier today, where he joined hosts Dave Pagnotta, Nick Alberga, and Dennis Bernstein to talk about the Los Angeles Kings – including their current losing streak, trade rumors, Paul LaDue, Kevin Gravel, Anze Kopitar, Tanner Pearson, Marian Gaborik, coach John Stevens, GM […]

AHL: Reign Rally Not Enough To Quiet Condors, Lose Fifth Straight

Ontario and Bakersfield were right back at it Saturday night as the Reign played host for the second half of the weekend series. Cal Petersen would relieve Jack Campbell of his duties for the night as he attempted to backstop the Reign to their first points of the season. The Reign powerplay came up empty […]

AHL: Reign Shutout by Condors in Ontario’s 10th Home Opener

Ontario Reign Shutout by Bakersfield Condors in their 10th season of professional hockey in the Inland Empire.
After seven years in the East Coast Hockey League, the Reign opened their third AHL campaign — marking their 10th season of professional hockey in Ontario — against a familiar for in the Bakersfield Condors. Both teams were part […]

NHL Radio Replay: Hoven on Why LA Traded for Bishop and What’s Next for the Kings

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Enjoy a free replay of John Hoven on NHL Network Radio, where he joined host Jonathan Davis on the Two Man Advantage to discuss a flurry of activity surrounding the Los Angeles Kings – including: why they traded goaltender Peter Budaj for Tampa Bay’s Ben Bishop, Marian Gaborik’s future with the team, the […]

Paul LaDue Dishes On First NHL Call-Up

For most hockey players, transitioning to the professional ranks is fraught with struggles. It’s a story seen time and time again, and one that happens to even the best of players. As they face a stiffer level of competition, there is usually a transition period where players will battle to find their game and often not […]