Kings Goalies Stauber and Petersen Reunited at 2020 AHL All Star Classic

On the ice or away from the rink, we truly live in a small world.
Yet, the crease of a goaltender is even smaller. And the circles they travel in can be rather tight, as well.
In the case of Robb Stauber and Cal Petersen, their link goes far beyond the fact each has ‘LA Kings prospect’ […]

Behind the Scenes: Creation of the LA Kings 2020 Outdoor Jersey

Jersey leaks are part of the game. At MayorsManor we’re proud of the fact we’ve broken the news on every jersey the Kings have launched over the past 10 years. However, a leak doesn’t always tell the whole tale of how a jersey evolves from a rough idea to an actual sweater worn by NHL […]

WJC Post-Mortem: Emerson Talks Fagemo, Bjornfot, and Other European Prospects

With this article, we’ll officially wrap up our 2020 World Junior Championship coverage. Over the course of two previous articles we already shared comments from Kings Director of Player of Personnel, Nelson Emerson, on the four prospects representing Canada (Akil Thomas, Aidan Dudas) and the USA (Alex Turcotte, Arthur Kaliyev). For the final installment, we’ll […]

WJC Post-Mortem: Nelson Emerson Talks Thomas, Dudas

Yesterday, we published part one of our chat with Nelson Emerson, who serves as the LA Kings Director of Player Personnel. He was part of a management contingent who went over to the Czech Republic for this year’s World Junior Championship – where nine of the organization’s prospects were competing.
WJC Post-Mortem: Nelson Emerson Talks Turcotte, […]

WJC Post-Mortem: Nelson Emerson Talks Turcotte, Kaliyev

Every year, right after Christmas, a group from the Kings management team heads to the World Junior Championships. Widely celebrated as one of the premier tournaments in all of hockey, the contingent going can vary widely from year to year, both in size and distance traveled. On one hand they were a bit lucky last […]

Taylor Reflects on Brown Passing His Games Played Record

Dave Taylor was a constant for the LA Kings. He was never flashy, never a star brighter than all of his teammates. He simply came to work every day and did his job. The same can pretty much be said for Dustin Brown.
Later tonight in Vancouver, Brown will play his 1,112th regular season game for […]

Stothers Breaks Down Reign Loss, Dishes on Clague, Injuries

It’s been a tough season all around for the Los Angeles Kings. They find themselves near the bottom of the NHL standings and their AHL affiliate in Ontario hasn’t fared much better. After a drubbing at the hands of the Colorado Eagles on Tuesday night, we caught up with Reign head coach Mike Stothers to […]

Prospect Analysis March 1, 2019 and Quotes from Clague, Rempal

The division rival San Jose Barracuda were in town for a Friday night faceoff with the Ontario Reign. Both teams were coming off a win and looking to start a streak, but for largely different reasons. San Jose has it eyes on the top seed in the Pacific Division while Ontario was looking to play […]

Gabe Vilardi Notebook: Pro Debut Thoughts, And Not Expected in LA Until 2019

Nobody needs to overreact. Gabe Vilardi has now played one professional hockey game.
Even so, ‘encouraging’ would be a vast understatement when describing the importance of seeing a 19-year-old forward make his AHL debut on Thursday.
Originally selected in the first round of the 2017 NHL Draft by Los Angeles, Vilardi has been one of the most […]

Anderson-Dolan and Eyssimont, Communication Over Chemistry

You just never know when two hockey players will fit well together on a line.
“Sometimes you just click with a guy – even when it’s just one game, you can feel it,” Jaret Anderson-Dolan said, when asked about playing with fellow LA Kings prospect Mikey Eyssimont in Game 1 of the 2018 Rookie Tournament. “Any […]