Dustin Brown on team conditioning and his injured knee

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Among the many injuries announced when the Kings were eliminated from the playoffs was a knee injury to captain Dustin Brown. At the time, it was said that had it not been the playoffs, he probably would have been sidelined for about a month.
During Thursday’s conference call to talk about his new eight-year contract extension, [...]

MayorsManor Live Radio – Canucks v Kings preview with Ray Ferraro

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When you’ve played over 1.200 games in the NHL and scored more than 400 goals, you’ve earned the right to talk about hockey for a living. And when you have a personality about it, all the better.
These days, Ray Ferraro is based out of Vancouver, working for TSN. However, after being selected by the Whalers at [...]

Former King wore LA jersey while watching playoff games on TV

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It’s been three years since he last wore a Los Angeles Kings jersey in an NHL game. Yet, for much of the seven years prior, that’s all he knew.
His journey to the NHL wasn’t an easy one either. Originally drafted by the Islanders in 1992, he only played parts of two seasons there before signing with [...]

LA Kings season high/low with Davis Drewiske

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Over the next few days, MayorsManor will be bringing you several articles using our high/low format. The topic this time around is the LA Kings season as a whole, with players sharing their personal high and low point of the last 80 games played.
First up is Davis Drewiske. Even though he’s only played nine games [...]

POLL: Who should the LA Kings honor from Staples era (2000-09)?

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As first announced on MayorsManor a few weeks ago, the LA Kings will be bringing back their vintage purple (or Forum Blue) and gold jerseys next season for three games in conjunction with pre-game celebrations dubbed ‘Legends Nights.’ To properly select the three candidates worthy of being honored we’ve recently run a few polls, breaking [...]

Coyotes coach Dave Tippett on memories, Brown and more

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Dave Tippett played over 700 games in the NHL, primarily as a left wing for the old Hartford Whalers. Soon after his playing days were over he found himself as the head coach of the Houston Aeros (IHL), where he won a championship in 1999. The following year [...]

Making the case for Darryl Sutter as coach of the LA Kings

Life at the top is hard.
It doesn’t matter if you’re the CEO of a major corporation, a head coach in the NFL or the GM of the LA Kings.
The reason those people get paid big money is to make big decisions.
There’s a sign in Dean Lombardi’s office at the Kings training facility in El Segundo [...]

VIDEO: New interview with Lombardi on firing of Murray

Daryl Evans conducted the following interview with Kings GM Dean Lombardi earlier today…

To read the article we posted this afternoon ‘Making the case for Darryl Sutter’ click here.
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POLL: Who should be the next LA Kings head coach?

Early this morning we looked at a list of possible candidates for the Kings head coaching position – from pro coaches to guys in junior hockey.
You may want to review that list before answering the following question (link).
For now, Kings GM Dean Lombardi says assistant coach John Stevens will fill the role on interim basis. [...]

Welcome to your new (interim) coach John Stevens

Things change quickly in the NHL.
After seemingly being safe about a week ago, Kings coach Terry Murray will now be referred to as former Kings coach Terry Murray.
Watching his team drop four in a row and being unable to score goals, GM Dean Lombardi had seen enough and made the move today to release Murray [...]