In part one of our chat with Barry Melrose, he spoke at length about many of the key players who made up the LA Kings roster on his 1993 Stanley Cup Final team. Now, via questions from other media members, he touches on a myriad of additional topics, both historical and relevant to the future […]
Historically, goaltending hasn’t been one of the strongest facets of the Kings organization. Yes, they had Rogie Vachon in the ’70s and now have Jonathan Quick, the reigning Conn Smythe trophy winner. However, the only other sustained high point you could really reference in between those two would be the eight years Kelly Hrudey spent in […]
Former Kings coach Barry Melrose weighs in with his thoughts on the Blues v Kings second round series…
Former LA Kings head coach Barry Melrose is going against the grain – big surprise! – and taking the LA Kings in an upset over the Vancouver Canucks in round one…
MayorsManor reader Ben Lindsey submitted this Kings themed hype video…
Kings Vision produced this video, titled ‘Expectation of Excellence’…
Other videos you may want to […]
Tonight will be the end of an era on at least two fronts.
First, interim coach John Stevens will be coaching his last game for the Kings – as Darryl Sutter is expected to be officially announced as the team’s new bench boss tomorrow and resume game duties Thursday vs the Ducks.
Second, beginning next season, gone […]
For a guy who has coached less than three full NHL seasons, Barry Melrose has garnered quite the following over the last two decades. Now, as an analyst on the NHL Network, he offered his opinion on the Kings coaching change today.
In the following video he talks about pressure from ownership that may have […]
In what has to be the greatest hockey award ever created, Barry Melrose put out his ‘Mullet of the Week’ award winner today…and Anze Kopitar, who played like a mad man in the Kings first two games of the season, was the proud recipient.
Who ever would have thought after the trading of Ryan Smyth a […]
When it comes to the Kings blueline, there’s Rob Blake at 805 games played, followed by Mattias Norstrom at 780.
Next on that list is Mark Hardy with 616.
He also has the second most assists, third most points and fifth most penalty minutes by a defenseman in franchise history.
His career saw him go from being drafted […]
It was 1993. December 2nd to be exact. The Kings were crashing hard, coming down from their high of going to the Stanley Cup Finals just seven months earlier. Now, they were near the bottom of the Western Conference and riding a six-game losing streak.
Across the ice were the Disney-owned Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, playing […]