Kings Of the Podcast Ep. 13 – with Craig Johnson

Once again, it’s time to pleasure your ears and increase your fun level. Kings of the Podcast is back with another jam-packed show that raises the bar even higher.
Episode 13 includes…
– Interview with Craig Johnson (talking Gabe Vilardi, the Gretzky trade, etc.)
– Latest on The Briefcase
– Goals For / Goals Against segment
– […]

REMIX: Kings Of the Podcast Ep. 8 with Co-Host Dustin Penner

How do you make a great podcast even better? You invite 2-time Stanley Cup champion Dustin Penner along to co-host an episode!
Kings of the Podcast, Episode 8 includes…
– Jersey Numerology
– Road Tripping: tales from Winnipeg, St. Louis, Chicago, and Minnesota
– Poll-apalooza (feedback to fan responses)
– Penner on his two stops in Anaheim, including why he […]

Kopitar Out, Can Watch His Son Against Arizona

Per recent tradition, it will be the Kings and Coyotes in a pair of split-squad games to open up preseason on Tuesday night.
LA captain Anze Kopitar will not suit up, but he will get a chance to watch his son play.
Allow us to explain…
“Last season when [Jaret Anderson-Dolan] made the team out of camp and […]

Doughty Had Plenty to Say When Kings Camp Opened

Hockey returned to Los Angeles, with the opening of training camp on Friday.
And Drew Doughty had plenty to say. Take a look…
Doughty on this coming season – “We just have to rebuild. That’s what we’re going through, obviously. We still think we can compete and earn a playoff spot. It’s going to be a lot […]

Training Camp Preview: Five Questions with Cal Petersen

Fresh off of signing a three-year contract extension this summer, the cat is sort of out of the bag at this point – Cal Petersen is the LA Kings goaltender of the future. This doesn’t come as any major revelation to longtime readers here, as we’ve been making similar comments since he first signed with […]

‘Perfect Storm’ Stirs Up Bad Memories For O’Donnell

History has a strange way of repeating itself.
Today marks the anniversary of one of the most infamous moments in LA Kings playoff history. From a disappointment standpoint, it likely only rivals what went down in Game 2 of the 1993 Stanley Cup Final. Thus, this article could have simply been a fun look back at […]

Answering the Two Most Important Jeff Carter Questions

Will Jeff Carter be back with the LA Kings? What’s the deal with those previous reports of him allegedly saying he may retire if traded?
While guys like Drew Doughty, Dustin Brown, and Rob Blake spoke at length during Monday’s exit interviews, Jeff Carter opted for the quality over quantity option.
After taking a few questions regarding […]

Notes and Quotes from Doughty’s Exit Interview

Drew Doughty met with the media to answer a plethora of questions on Monday, as part of the team’s annual exit interview day. Below are selected quotes from that conversation, with the first three being questions asked by MayorsManor…
Drew Doughty on the season finally being over – “I don’t know if a weight was lifted […]

Understanding Kyle Clifford and the LA Kings Becoming One And the Same

His jersey will never be hanging from the rafters inside the arena, nor will he get a statue outside Staples Center. However, his contributions to the LA Kings organization are immeasurable, often unnoticed, and far greater than most people will ever realize.
Last month, Clifford played his 500th NHL game and Dustin Brown, who served as […]

Doan Shares Kings Memories Prior to (Likely) Last Game at Staples

For more than 20 years, Shane Doan has been terrorizing the Los Angeles Kings. In so many ways, he’s the last of a dying breed – whether talking about a true power forward in the NHL or a player who stays his entire career with one team. The 40-year-old Canadian is truly something special.
We’ve been […]