For Kyle Clifford‘s 20th birthday in January 2011, then-coach Terry Murray gave the young forward a somewhat unexpected present – he promoted him to the top line for that night’s game with the St. Louis Blues. Even though the rookie had only three NHL goals lifetime, he had been one of the more impressive Kings’ players over […]
Here are a few more of the videos we’ve shot around LA Kings training camp this week – this is Jordan Nolan and Dwight King, two guys who played together in Manchester during the lockout…
To see what Trevor Lewis had to say about which player would score the most goals on the third line […]
Today’s video interviews were shot and produced by the folks at KingsVision – enjoy!
For more videos from Los Angeles Kings training camp this week, click here.
You can also catch Nolan on the MayorsManor show from earlier this season (well, his AHL season), right here.
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Even without a single NHL game played in Southern California since mid-June, it’s still been a pretty exciting year around MayorsManor. During the lockout we’ve brought you updates from around the globe – including conversations with Anze Kopitar about playing in Sweden, Dustin Brown in Switzerland, Alec Martinez from Finland, Jonathan Bernier from Germany, a […]
After a nine goal outburst vs. the Connecticut Whale, the Monarchs now have a new franchise best for goals in a single game. Kings forward – and Stanley Cup Champion – Jordan Nolan started the onslaught when he put one in the net just past the five minute mark of the first period.
Before the first […]
Goals by the returning Jordan Nolan (he’d been out since the first game of the season with a hand injury), Nick Deslauriers and Andrew Bodnarchuk weren’t enough last night. The Monarchs lost to the Sharks 4-3 in overtime.
Kings’ prospect Brandon Kozun picked up another assist, extending his team leading points total to 14.
Here are some […]
Jordan Nolan and Dwight King were called up to the NHL together on February 10th.
They both played 20 games in the playoffs last spring and won a Stanley Cup together.
Over the final 27 games of the regular season Nolan scored two goals with the Kings…and King scored in those same games as well.
When they first […]
After a six game call-up in November 2010, Dwight King returned to the AHL with zero points and a minus-2 rating to show for his efforts. Unlike when his Manchester Monarchs teammates Andrei Loktionov and Slava Voynov had been called up and sent down over the last two seasons, you’d be hard pressed to find […]
After two years as a professional, Kings prospect Brandon Kozun continues to mature as a player and a person. Selected by GM Dean Lombardi in the sixth round of the 2009 NHL Entry Draft, Kozun tore up the WHL during his final two years of junior hockey – and was named the 2010 WHL and […]
For all the concern about members of the LA Kings possibly suffering injuries while playing over in Europe, the first NHL lockout to befall the reigning Stanley Cup Champions actually took place in Rhode Island last night.
Jordan Nolan – our guest on the MayorsManor show earlier this week – was injured in a fight with Bobby Robins of […]