Kings Of the Podcast Ep. 16.4 – WJC Preview with Stephen Nelson

With four episodes already in the books this week, it’s time to complete your Kings of the Podcast box set with the fifth (and final) edition from this run. On this episode, we’re joined by Stephen Nelson of NHL Network. He’s the voice of the World Junior Championships and will provide play-by-play for all of […]

Mike Modano Opens Up Before HHOF Induction

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Mike Modano, on the eve of his Hockey Hall of Fame induction, made sure to stop by MayorsManor for one more lap around the rink. He’s shared so many great stories with us through the years and this special edition of the West Coast Bias podcast is no exception. Among the highlights include […]

West Coast Bias with Eric Stephens – talking Kings, Ducks, trades, Hall of Fame

Guest Eric Stephens joined us on West Coast Bias for the October 19, 2014 show on NHL Network Radio.
We covered the Kings defeat of the visiting Minnesota Wild, the San Jose Sharks loss to the New York Rangers, as well as the Anaheim Ducks shutout over the St. Louis Blues. Among the other issues debated […]

West Coast Bias on NHL Radio – McKenzie, Nickson and Roenick

Bob McKenzie, Nick Nickson and Jeremy Roenick guest on West Coast Bias.
Even with only two games on the schedule, there was still plenty to talk about around the NHL on Sunday night. West Coast Bias was back on the NHL Network Radio airwaves for more than two hours and we had three special guests to […]

POLL: Blake, Roenick or others for Hockey Hall of Fame?

Taking a brief break from the Development Camp Preview series with the LA Kings prospects to focus on something else happening this week.
Tomorrow the Hockey Hall of Fame will announce the names of the four players who will forever be enshrined into the hallowed institution during a big ceremony in November.
Last year’s class was Pavel […]

MayorsManor Live Radio with Helene Elliott of the LA Times

Although it’s commonplace today, there was a time not that long ago when female reports weren’t allowed in the locker rooms of major sports teams in North America. In fact, when Helene Elliott started covering the action, it wasn’t uncommon for her to be completely shut out of post-game interviews.
Despite the myriad of challenges and […]

HUGE MayorsManor LIVE show – April 4, 2012

MayorsManor LIVE returns tonight at our usual 8 pm PST start time and just wait until you see what we have lined up…
Of course, we’ll be taking your calls and questions – dial us up toll-free at (888) 342-0491.
Dave Joseph of ESPN will join me as co-host for a night of hockey talk galore.
On the agenda so far…
– NHL legend Jeremy […]

Interview with Jonathan Quick’s replacement in net

When the Kings returned to their practice facility on Monday after nearly a week long break there was a stranger sitting in Jonathan Quick‘s stall. Perhaps even more confusing to some, he was putting on goalie equipment.
Salvatore Tecci had been at the rink since noon, hours before practice was set to start. As the players […]

VIDEO: Roenick breaks down Doughty’s hit on Oshie

Earlier today, the National Hockey League let it be known that Kings defenseman Drew Doughty will not be suspended for his hit on the Blues’ TJ Oshie in the final seconds of last night’s game.
As a first time offender, the $2,500 fine levied against him was pretty much as expected.
In the clip below, Jeremy Roenick […]

Mike Richards trade for Simmonds and Schenn revisited

In the 40-plus year history of the Los Angeles Kings franchise, there have been some pretty big trades. Obviously, none bigger than a deal that went down in August 1988 with the Edmonton Oilers.
However, several moves since then have also created some earthquake like tremors within the LA hockey community. For example, just […]