Kings Of the Podcast: Ep. Q19 with Blake Lizotte

After several shows focused on prospects and management, let’s turn our attention back to the NHL roster. Coming off his first year as a pro hockey player, we have center Blake Lizotte joining us for an all new Kings of the Podcast.
Topics discussed:
– One of his early coaches, a former Kings player
– Borrowing money […]

Kings Already Planning for 2021 Seattle Expansion Draft

Several factors have changed since we first previewed the upcoming NHL Expansion Draft back in early 2019. Now, as the Seattle Kraken inch closer to the summer 2021 event — where they will select their initial batch of players — we thought it would be a worthwhile exercise to take another look at things from […]

NHL RADIO REPLAY: Mayor’s Minutes on Carter, Toffoli, Walker

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Enjoy a free replay of this week’s Mayor’s Minutes on NHL Network Radio, where John Hoven joined host Jim ‘Boomer’ Gordon to discuss a plethora of LA Kings topics, including: Jeff Carter’s legacy in Los Angeles, what’s next with Ilya Kovalchuk, coach Todd McLellan, Tyler Toffoli, Blake Lizotte, Sean Walker, and a few other […]

Forwards: Odds of Kings Prospects Making 2019-20 Roster

Do any of the Kings prospects have a legitimate chance at making LA’s Opening Night roster this season? If so, which ones?
Before entertaining such questions, one must first evaluate how many spots might actually be open for such a competition in training camp.
As reported earlier this summer, MayorsManor projects the opening night roster to be:
Dustin […]

Rookie Camp MVP Blake Lizotte – “I bring my work boots every day”

When the Kings brought top draft picks Tobias Bjornfot, Arthur Kaliyev, Rasmus Kupari, and Akil Thomas to Rookie Camp this year, it was a safe bet to assume one of them would be the standout star for the club at this year’s NHL Rookie Faceoff. Not so fast, though. It was college free agent Blake […]

TO DO LIST: Kings Have Way Too Many Forwards

It’s no secret that Los Angeles GM Rob Blake has his work cut out over the next three months. He’ll need to hire a coach, make some trades, and carefully navigate around a series of potential landmines while the rest of Southern California is barbecuing and off at the beach enjoying the summer months.
To […]