Warren Rychel was one of the most popular Kings in the early to mid-90s, especially coming off the team’s run to the 1993 Stanley Cup Final, where he posted six goals and 13 points to lead all NHL rookies in playoff scoring. A few years later, Rychel won a Stanley Cup with the Colorado Avalanche.
Life after the NHL has also been filled with success for Rychel. He went on to carve out quite a legacy in the OHL, architecting three Memorial Cup Champions as General Manager of the Windsor Spitfires. During that time, he was the guy who drafted Gabe Vilardi into junior hockey.
Rychel’s career to date, with and without skates, has been a fascinating ride. We touch on a myriad of those topics during this all new Kings Of The Podcast episode.
Plus, we look at the current LA Kings, what’s gone wrong in the first three games of 2021, a few positive notes to build on, several roster moves that need to be made, some prospect talk, and more than a handful of debates. You’ll probably enjoy it all.
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