While most of the hockey world has now turned its attention to free agency, we’re moving toward next week’s Development Camp in Los Angeles. As is the annual summer tradition, nearly all of the Kings top prospects will be descending upon Los Angeles this weekend, with on-ice activity set to open on Monday at the […]
The Kings pursuit of free agent college defenseman Mike Reilly continues. He was even in Los Angeles recently to tour the team’s training facility and get a firsthand look at the lay of the land. However, things may have hit a significant wrinkle since.
Coming off a year in which he was an offensive powerhouse […]
After a confidence boosting 5-2 win in their home opener over the Portland Pirates on Friday, the Manchester Monarchs were likely feeling good heading into Saturday’s match-up with the Providence Bruins. Once the teams stepped on the ice, the hometown Monarchs were knocked down a peg after a 5-0 drubbing by their division rivals.
The Bruins […]
On Saturday night the Ontario Reign, ECHL affiliate of the LA Kings, wrapped up their 2012-13 regular season. We’ve already published post-game thoughts from Kings prospects JF Berube and Nick Ebert (as well as comments from coach Jason Christie about their performances) here.
Now, take a look at some photos captured for MayorsManor by photog David Sheehan…
When teams talk about earning a ‘hard fought point’ they can now use Tuesday night’s Monarchs games as exhibit number one.
Manchester spotted their opponent leads of 3-0 and 4-1 before the offense started cranking things up. First to tally a goal for the Monarchs was Colton Yellow Horn – playing in just his second AHL game after dazzling […]
If there are two sides to every story, the truth about Thomas Hickey probably lies somewhere in the middle.
Kings GM Dean Lombardi was hired in April 2006, two months in advance of the NHL Draft that June. With his first selection as the head of the team’s table at the league’s annual ball for amateur players, Lombardi selected […]
This year’s edition of Future Watch, a special publication put out annually by the folks at The Hockey News, brings a mixed bag of information regarding the LA Kings prospect pool. First off, they gave the team an overall grade of C+, which is quite a drop off from the A- rating of last year.