Doan Shares Kings Memories Prior to (Likely) Last Game at Staples

For more than 20 years, Shane Doan has been terrorizing the Los Angeles Kings. In so many ways, he’s the last of a dying breed – whether talking about a true power forward in the NHL or a player who stays his entire career with one team. The 40-year-old Canadian is truly something special.
We’ve been […]

Kings 2015-16 Preseason Schedule Includes Second Neutral-Site Game

With the Los Angeles Kings annual end to their preseason schedule having already been announced, Frozen Fury XVII in Las Vegas on October 3, MayorsManor can now confirm the second game on the team’s 2015-16 exhibition calendar. This one will actually be an Arizona Coyotes “home” game, although the teams won’t be played at Gila […]

Doan Loves To Hate, Maybe Has Had Enough

Over the past dozen or so years, there have been a myriad of changes out in the Arizona desert. Wayne Gretzky came and went as part of the Coyotes ownership group, the team moved to a beautiful new arena in suburban Glendale, and they’ve gone through a handful of jersey designs. Through it all, the […]

Five Things You May Not Know: Coyotes at Kings Edition

Over the past five years, the Kings have engaged in some spirited rivalries with the Vancouver Canucks and San Jose Sharks, yet few games have been as consistently intense as a matchup between the Kings and Arizona Coyotes. Guys have been suspended, hits have been questionable, and even the two captains have engaged in a […]

NHL players no longer excited by trips to play California teams

Last Saturday, the Lightning suffered their first loss to a Western Conference opponent when they were rocked 6-3 by the Phoenix Coyotes. Starting tonight in Los Angeles, the Lightning begin a stretch of three games in four days through California that will see them conclude the trip with back to back games in San Jose […]

Comeback Coyotes at it again, crushing the Caps

While much of the attention in the Pacific Division is going to the three California teams, their neighbors in the Arizona desert are trying mightily to grab some headlines too. Seemingly never out of a game so far this season, the Coyotes were up to their old tricks again on Saturday night against the Washington Capitals. Down […]

Shane Doan after Coyotes 7-4 loss to Kings in LA

Coyotes captain Shane Doan picked up another goal against the Kings on Thursday night, now giving him 73 points (including 35 goals) in 93 games vs. Los Angeles – his best totals against any NHL team.
It wasn’t enough though.  Despite coming back from being down 4-0, Phoenix ultimately lost by a final score of 7-4.
Following the game, here’s what Doan had to share…
On the Coyotes […]

Anze Kopitar gets first goal, talks 7-4 win over Coyotes

It looks like everybody in Los Angeles is going to need to find something new to talk about this weekend.  The world has been set back on its axis, as Anze Kopitar has finally scored his first goal of the season.
In fact, it seems the formula for success may be quite simple for the 26-year-old […]

‘We were scared to win’ – Coyotes Mike Smith on 3-2 SO loss to Ducks

On the heels of a 3-2 shootout win on Friday night, the Anaheim Ducks have now won six straight games and are off to a 6-1-0 start on the young season, their best in franchise history. For a team that didn’t look too good in an opening night loss to Colorado, they’ve quickly rebounded and […]

West Coast Bias on NHL Network Radio – our debut show

Luc Robitaille, Bruce Boudreau, Doug Wilson and more guest on West Coast Bias.
Our brand new show is on the air! West Coast Bias debuted on NHL Network Radio over the weekend and featured a slew of guests from around the Pacific Division. Along with my co-host, Jonathan Davis, we caught up with LA […]