MayorsManor Live Radio with Ian Laperriere

This Saturday Ian Laperriere, one of the most popular players in Kings history, will be honored with a special Appreciation Ceremony prior to the game vs. the Colorado Avalanche.

He’ll be heading to LA later this week and will attend the team’s poker tournament on Thursday night. First though, he makes his return visit to the MayorsManor show. It’s a bit of a full circle situation, as Laperriere was the first guest we ever had on the show many years ago. That was a great conversation – as he let loose with his feelings about Sean Avery.

Today, we talk about the Flyers, Claude Giroux, Luc Robitaille, Penguins fans, his favorite memories as a King, Mattias Norstrom, the Kings winning the Stanley Cup, Ray Ferraro, the Jurassic Park line, his speech this Saturday and much more.

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Be sure to check out some of our other recent guests as well:

MayorsManor Live Radio – Kings at Coyotes preview with Sarah McLellan

MayorsManor Live Radio – Canucks at Kings preview with Ray Ferraro

MayorsManor Live Radio with Jeff Carter

For the full list of some Kings related guests who have joined us recently – including Drew Doughty, Colin Fraser, Dwight King, Alec Martinez, Jordan Nolan, Dustin Penner and dozens more – click here.

Thanks for listening!

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