MayorsManor nominated for Best Sports Blog by LA Weekly

The finalists for this year’s LA Weekly Web Awards have been announced and MayorsManor is proud to be included in the Best Sports Blog category.

A special thank you goes out to all the loyal readers – from here on the site to the thousands more who follow along on twitter, facebook and other social media sites.

As stated several times over the last few years, it’s our intention to continue to cover the game of hockey from a full 360-degree view – bringing you not only the exclusive information, but inside scoops, personality profiles and other items you might not find anyplace else. Best of all, we’re doing in multiple formats. Our text articles continue to be published on a regular basis, plus we’re providing you with audio and video options as well.

Again, THANK YOU for your continuing support!

Just like the recent Stanley Cup playoffs, where we provided you unparalleled access to the Kings players at home and on the road, we’ve continued throughout the summer.  There’s no off-season around here. So, expect tons more coverage in the days and weeks ahead.

Winners in all categories, both readers’ choice and judge-selected, will be announced at a special LA Weekly event to be held September 19. For more information on the nominees and awards please click here.  And don’t be afraid to leave them a comment and tell them how much you love MayorsManor.

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About John Hoven

John Hoven is a member of the of the Professional Hockey Writers Association and co-hosts Kings of the Podcast. He is also the founder and editor of MayorsManor.com, which has been named Best Sports Blog in Los Angeles by LA Weekly and Hockey Blog of the Year by Yahoo Sports. Click "ABOUT OUR TEAM" above for a full bio.

Comments

  1. Congrats and well deserved!