Saturday night, playing in his second game since signing with the Ontario Reign, Kyle Clifford scored his first professional goal outside the NHL. Earlier today we obtained exclusive video of the play and had a chance to speak with Clifford about how it all went down.
“(Kyle) Kraemer was in on the forecheck and caused […]
After last week’s charity hockey game at the Kings training facility, forward Jarret Stoll told us he was ‘depressed’ following a phone call earlier that day with the NHLPA. Today, his Stanley Cup winning teammate, Mike Richards used words like ‘frustrating’ and ‘confusing when talking with NHL Network Radio host Gord Stellick about Commissioner Gary Bettman’s request to […]
If you didn’t attend Friday’s charity game at the Kings practice facility in El Segundo, you missed a great night of hockey. Sure it was just an exhibition game, but nearly everywhere you turned – from the two dozen NHL players to the sold-out number of fans who packed the building – just about everybody […]
Last night, about two dozen NHL players skated in a charity game at Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo. We have plenty of post-game quotes and pictures from the game that we’ll be posting throughout the weekend. Let’s start with Kings defenseman Rob Scuderi…
On the physical play that took place in the game – “Every […]
Fresh off the news that Kings captain Dustin Brown has signed in Switzerland to play for the ZSC Lions, we had a chance to catch up with him today for some exclusive thoughts about the decisions he and wife Nicole have been weighing during the NHL lockout.
Nearly two months ago, Brown first told MayorsManor of his […]
Dying to see your favorite LA Kings players back on the ice?
Well here’s your chance.
On Friday, November 9th members of the NHLPA will participate in a charity game at the Kings training facility in El Segundo. Many members of the LA Kings 2012 Stanley Cup Championship team will participate – including Jeff Carter, Kyle Clifford, Colin Fraser, […]
Yesterday was a dark day for those hoping the NHL and NHLPA would reach a mutual compromise, thus ending the current lockout. Instead of an agreement – or even an appearance of being closer to an agreement – both sides came away from their face-to-face meeting in Toronto breathing fire and prepared to sling arrows at their opponent.
As we […]
We had a chance to catch up with former NHL defenseman Marty McSorley recently. For the second year in a row he was a guest at Jim Fox’s Sunset Sip event. While the main focus of the night was on wine tasting and raising awareness for mental health, discussion of the NHL lockout was omnipresent […]
In early December, the NHL announced that next season would bring a radical realignment to the conference format and post-season schedule. The league was to split into four conference, no divisions, and the first two rounds of the playoffs were to be contested within the conference. This would be similar to how the […]
Some may call him the agent to the stars.
Pat Brisson represents some of the biggest names in hockey – past, present and future. Just a small list of clients he’s worked with includes Luc Robitaille, Mario Lemieux, Sidney Crosby, Patrick Kane, Matt Duchene and Anze Kopitar.
Although he was was a pretty good junior hockey player […]