AHL President Evaluates West Coast Moves and Future Possibilities

Two years ago, MayorsManor first broke news of the Kings’ plans to move their AHL affiliate to Southern California. In the months following, we continued to cover the story, with several other teams joining the AHL’s West Coast invasion. Now, midway through the first season of actual games being played in California, league President and […]

Biz Nasty 3.0: Paul Bissonnette’s New, Slightly Lower Profile

September 23, 2010 – Paul Bissonnette still remembers the preseason game. If you got jumped by Kyle Clifford, you would too. “He did what he had to do,” says the 30 year-old-forward, with a restrained snarl. He wanted to square off. Clifford, a rookie who wore number 64 at that time, wanted to get in […]

Third Period Comeback Propels Reign To A 2-1 Win Over Texas

Andrew Crescenzi is not usually on the power play, but he got a chance Sunday afternoon in Ontario in the final minute of the game and it paid off. Crescenzi drove hard to the net and knocked in his own rebound to lead the Reign to a comeback win 2-1 over the Texas Stars. Crescenzi took […]

Ontario Checked by Charlotte, Drop Second Straight

The Ontario Reign are not quite the same squad they were a month ago when they beat the Charlotte twice.  In the rematch in Ontario, the Reign dropped a close game 4-2. Michael Mersch has been with the big club for quite a while now and with Adrian Kempe tearing it up for Sweden at […]

LA Kings 2015-16 Prospect Rankings: No. 1 Revealed

We’re finally ready to announce the name of which Los Angeles Kings prospect has nabbed the No. 1 spot in our bi-annual rankings of the team’s future hopefuls. After working our way through a handful of Honorable Mentions, followed by nine additional players who rounded out the top 10, the big moment is upon us.
Of […]

AHL: Reign Downed By Gulls In Shootout – Analysis, Line Combos, Video Highlights

Roughly one-third of the way through their season, the Ontario Reign are cruising through the AHL’s Pacific Division. With only four regulation losses, it has been nearly impossible from denying the Reign a point after 60 minutes of play. The team that won last year’s Calder Cup in Utica hasn’t looked to have slowed down […]

Kings 2015-16 Early Season Prospect Rankings: No. 3, 4, and 5

After a drawn out process that has lasted much longer than we originally anticipated (and, yes, we apologize and thank you for your patience), we are inching closer to wrapping up our early season look at the LA Kings Top 10 Prospects.
As noted previously, these bi-annual rankings provide some of the most popular content […]

Kempe Scores, But Gulls Hand Reign First Regulation Loss at Home

After dropping a close contest in San Diego Friday night, the Ontario Reign fell again to the Anaheim Ducks farm club on Saturday night, this time 3-1.
Adrian Kempe, one of the Kings top prospects at forward, netted his seventh marker of the season in the third period, but it wasn’t enough to spark a […]

Kings 2015-16 Early Season Prospect Rankings: No. 6, 7, and 8

Continuing with our early season countdown, it’s time to look at the next batch of players on our LA Kings Top 10 Prospects list. As a quick reminder, these bi-annual rankings provide some of the most popular content we produce each year, in large part due to the amount of effort that goes into gathering […]

Mersch, Dowd Record Multi-Point Nights as Reign Outshine Stars

CEDAR PARK, Texas — The Ontario Reign went to head-to-head with the AHL’s highest scoring team and prevailed in a 7-6 victory against the Texas Stars.
Five different players registered multipoint nights, including Jordan Samuels-Thomas who scored the game-winner with 3:33 remaining after Texas had battled back to tie the game at 6-6.
“I don’t think either […]