Pair of Kings Prospects on TV This Friday

Each season, we try to keep you up to date on the Kings prospects throughout the handful of leagues they compete in all across the globe. This year, look for a renewed interest in the college ranks, primarily because the organization’s top selection at last year’s NHL Draft – center Alex Turcotte – is expected […]

LA Kings Prospect Tracker – Week Ending October 7, 2019

How sweet it is to have the
2019-20 NHL season begin. While the Kings are just getting warmed up, several
players in the pipeline have been well underway, with a sparse few still
chomping at the bit.

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Alexander Dergachyov: Forward, SKA St. Petersburg, KHL (3rd round pick in 2015)

Regular season: 0 goals, 2 assists, plus-2, 0 PIM in 10 games […]

LA Kings Prospect Tracker – Week Ending September 30, 2019

With the 2019-20 NHL regular season just days away, MayorsManor has already set some expectations for the Kings to get a top-five pick in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft. As some growing pains are expected with the big club this upcoming season, we will continue to be your source for all things prospect related and […]

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 […]

Training Camp Preview: Five Questions with Kale Clague

For defenseman Kale Clague, this week will probably stir up thoughts of being a new kid on campus. He’ll be meeting the incoming principal (Todd McLellan) for the first time and he’ll be surround by a bunch of new faces at training camp – from Sean Durzi to Tobias Bjornfot. Regardless, coming off a season […]

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 […]

Rookie Faceoff: Notes, Quotes, and Pics from Kings-Avs

A win is a win. And that’s exactly what the Kings walked away with on Sunday night, downing the Colorado Avalanche 6-1, even though it’s more of a symbolic victory than anything else.
“It’s good to get a win, now we’re no longer 0-for-the tournament,” coach Mike Stothers quipped after the game. “It took us two […]

Rookie Faceoff: Notes, Quotes, and Pics from Kings-Ducks

Given the level of experience on both sides of the puck, 60 minutes of hockey produced the likely outcome in this season’s first Kings-Ducks matchup – with Anaheim skating to a 4-1 victory over Los Angeles in the nightcap of Day 1 at the NHL Rookie Faceoff.
All four of the host team’s goals came […]

Summer Check-In: Five Questions with Billy Constantinou

Training camp brings at least as much optimism as you’ll find in pro sports. It’s that wonderful time of the year when (nearly) every fan is encouraged by moves their team made in the offseason, coupled with unbridled belief victories are just around the corner.
Specific to Los Angeles, when phase one of Kings Training […]