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Follow @mayorNHL For the third straight season, we’re looking to have a little fun heading into the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Before we get to all the criticism for some predictions – and one thing is certain, you won’t like several of our picks – sit back and enjoy something a little different on this edition of the MayorsManor Live podcast. We ha ...…
 
On this edition a look through the Calder Cup Finals through game 3, shaving off playoff beards for marketing and Manchester Monarchs beat-writer for the Mayors Manor website, Any Tonge.
 
Hey, not sure if you've heard yet, but hockey is back! Fresh on the heels of the NHL and NHLPA announcing they've reached a tentative agreement to get back on the ice, we bring you two of the voices Kings fans have been longing to hear over the past few months - Bob Miller and Daryl Evans. Joined by co-host Dennis Bernstein of The Fourth Period ...…
 
Sometimes, things change forever. For many Kings fans, David Courtney was the only voice they'd ever heard announce a goal or a penalty. He had been with the organization for nearly 35 years, starting out doing odd jobs at the age of 14. Yet, for the better part of 25 years he'd been the PA Announcer - first at the Forum and eventually at Stapl ...…
 
Today's show goes in so many different directions, it's hard to even know where to start. The 2011-12 LA Kings were a tight-knit group of guys, no doubt. However, they were also an eclectic mix of personalities. You had the grizzled vet in Willie Mitchell, the new guy in Mike Richards, the ultra-reserved goalie in Jonathan Quick and so on. Ther ...…
 
Years from now there just might be a movie made about LA Kings right wing Jeff Carter. This is Hollywood after all. Like the tale of his best friend and teammate, Mike Richards, the simple story has been told too many times already - successful career in junior hockey, AHL Championship his first year there, an NHL first round draft pick, given ...…
 
After resigning his three unrestricted free agents earlier this summer - Colin Fraser, Dustin Penner and Jarret Stoll - Kings GM Dean Lombardi had his roster all but set. However, the team was still set to make one more addition in late July. Following an interview process that included putting guys to work at his ranch in Alberta, head coach D ...…
 
Through the years we've had a variety of guests on the MayorsManor show - including prospects, current players and several NHL legends. Today is no different, although we're going in a slightly different direction. Instead of talking to one of the guys on the ice we'll be joined by somebody who watches from the stands. Colin Hanks is best known ...…
 
It's an old cliche, but it's true. Rock stars want to be athletes and sports stars want to be musicians. In the case of Fred Coury, he's sort of found a way to do both. Best known as the man behind the drum kit for Cinderella, the New York native has also turned his love affair with hockey into a part-time job. When Coury's not out on the road ...…
 
Iconic rock band KISS opens their shows with the p.a. announcer stating 'You wanted the best, you got the best! The hottest band in the world...' We'll, if you'll allow us to riff on that, we're throwing out this today - 'You wanted the best, you got the best! The greatest guest list ever assembled to talk Kings and Devils...' How great you ask ...…
 
In 2009 Mike Modano made his first appearance on MayorsManor. It was an in-depth look back his career, from being drafted in the first round by Minnesota to winning a Stanley Cup in Dallas, from his international success with Team USA to being dropped on his head by some EMTs and he even reflected on breaking a few records set by U.S. born play ...…
 
After 543 games played in the National Hockey League, goaltender Marty Turco may have manned his last crease...or he might not have. Much like the NHL lockout, Turco's future remains to be determined. At the moment, he's an unrestricted free agent and can sign with any team interested once play resumes. But, does he want to come back? He believ ...…
 
Among the many sub-stories to the NHL lockout is the number of players who've signed deals to play in Europe. And specific to the LA Kings, the player the organization is most likely concerned about is defenseman Alec Martinez. Back on November 13th he was struck in the face with a slapshot while playing for TPS Turku in Finland. MayorsManor ha ...…
 
Heavy Metal and hockey, they go together like - well, everything and hockey! Brian Slagel's Metal Blade Records is currently celebrating 30 years or serving the music scene and during those same three decades the other constant in his life has been a passion for hockey. While it doesn't grab the headlines the same way helping launch Metallica d ...…
 
The MayorsManor podcast is back for the 2011-12 NHL season and this edition isn't going to need much of an intro. Prior to the LA Kings departing for their season opening trip to Europe for the NHL Premiere series, we caught up with various players to talk about the experience in front of them. All of your favorite Kings are included, like - Dr ...…
 
Mark Hardy played 616 games on the LA Kings blueline. He also has the second most assists, third most points and fifth most penalty minutes by a defenseman in franchise history. His career saw him go from being drafted by the Kings, shipped to New York after eight seasons in LA, then back to the Kings for their run to the Stanley Cup Finals in ...…
 
When you evaluate a trade in sports years down the line if you'd still make the same trade again, that usually tells you which team won the exchange. In the case of the Kings sending Bernie Nicholls to the New York Rangers for Tomas Sandstrom and Tony Granato, of course they'd do that deal again. The offensive duo helped propel the Kings to new ...…
 
Ian Laperriere is one of the most popular players in Kings history, having played for the team from 1996-2004. In this interview we cover the trade that brought him to Los Angeles, the highs and lows of his career, playoff memories at Staples Center, contract talks with the Kings...plus, a word association segment that is one for the ages. Trul ...…
 
Very few people in the world of hockey ever become as well known as the players on the ice. Then again, there aren't many people like Kerry Fraser either. He's perhaps the most recognizable referee in the history of hockey. In his 30-year career he managed to get under the skin of fans in nearly every NHL city. Yet, he was simply doing his job ...…
 
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