Enjoy a free replay of this week’s Mayor’s Minutes on NHL Network Radio. John Hoven joined host Jim ‘Boomer’ Gordon to touch on all the latest happenings in the Western Conference. Among the highlights were observations on Mike Richards’ return to the NHL, Jarret Stoll’s progress, a surging Anze Kopitar, what might be […]
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 […]
Coming out of the Kings visit to Vancouver on Thursday night, what better series of articles to delve into for Flashback Friday than some stuff involving the Canucks? Obviously, there would be 100 different ways to go with this – including Dustin Brown’s big hit in the playoffs, Jarret Stoll’s overtime winner (which he nearly […]
During Thursday night’s Kings at Canucks contest, Los Angeles GM Dean Lombardi offered updates on Mike Richards (including the real possibility of his return to the NHL), Jonathan Quick’s heavy workload, mentioned the absence of Slava Voynov, the challenges his team has faced this season compared to their 2012 Stanley Cup defense, and many other […]
Dennis Bernstein of The Fourth Period magazine joined John Hoven and Jonathan Davis during the Sunday, March 8, 2015 edition of their show on NHL Network Radio. In the free replay below, the Two Man Advantage crew and Bernstein talked up the Western Conference playoff contenders vs. pretenders – including the Kings, Ducks, Blues, Flames, […]
Elliotte Friedman of Hockey Night in Canada joined John Hoven and Jonathan Davis to kick off the Sunday, March 8, 2015 edition of their show on NHL Network Radio. In the free replay below, the Two Man Advantage crew and Friedman discussed a myriad of hot topics around the NHL – including: why the Anaheim […]
For a defensive-defenseman, being compared to two-time Stanley Cup winner Rob Scuderi is high praise. Yet, during his first three years at St. Cloud State University, Michigan-native Kevin Gravel did just that and looked destined for a future spot on the Los Angeles Kings blueline.
Then, Gravel was left with a decision – sign a professional contract […]
With the Montreal Canadiens in town to face the Los Angeles Kings tonight, it only seems natural to feature Marty McSorley in this week’s Throwback Thursday.
Being called for an illegal stick in Game 2 of the 1993 Stanley Cup Final was something that haunted McSorley for the better part of two decades. So much […]