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MayorsManor podcast - The Lockout is Over - by Mayors Manor

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, we'll chat with both broadcasters about what they did during the lockout, how they're preparing for the return of NHL action and what the Kings need to be thinking about as they begin defense of their Stanley Cup Championship. Additionally, Miller shares a few stories about visiting in old arenas around the league, announces details for a new book he has coming out and explains why he thinks the San Jose Sharks would be the perfect opening night opponent for the Kings. If that's not enough, we'll pass along a few predictions for which teams should dominate the Eastern and Western Conferences during the upcoming 48-game season - and a few club...

-1 s2013 JAN 10
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MayorsManor podcast - The Lockout is Over - by Mayors Manor

MayorsManor podcast - Tribute to David Courtney - by Mayors Manor

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 Staples Center. Last Thursday was a rough day. Courtney passed away at the young age of 56, leaving behind the woman of his dreams - who he had only recently married - and a legion of fans that stretched across several professional sports franchises in Los Angeles. We did a full article on his passing here. Be sure to check out if you haven't already, as it includes several videos, his favorite quotes and much more. On Friday, we also did a special edition of the MayorsManor show - an entire episode dedicated to the memory of David Courtney. Joining us for the show were two people who knew him extremely well - Bob Miller (who shared many old storie...

-1 s2013 JAN 10
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MayorsManor podcast - Tribute to David Courtney - by Mayors Manor

MayorsManor podcast with Drew Doughty LA Kings - by Mayors Manor

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. There was also Drew Doughty. He's given us so many great quotes over the last few seasons it would be hard to narrow things down to a best-of type list - although declaring his hatred for the Canucks as 'definitely a 10' and saying 'We hate every single guy on that team!' was certainly some good stuff. Today, he's back. Doughty joins on the MayorsManor show for an absolutely incredible journey. He sells out several of his teammates, reveals something GM Dean Lombardi talked to him about at draft time in 2008, professes his love for all things London...and, of course, weighs in on the recent Toronto Blue Jays managerial change. Here's a few other to...

-1 s2013 JAN 10
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MayorsManor podcast with Drew Doughty LA Kings - by Mayors Manor

MayorsManor podcast with Jeff Carter LA Kings - by Mayors Manor

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 a long-term deal with the Flyers, eventually exiled to Columbus. Yet, that's really where the good part starts. In a blockbuster trade last February, the Kings sent defenseman Jack Johnson to the Blue Jackets in exchange for Carter. Bound for LA was a player capable of scoring 40+ goals, a big contract and lingering questions about his character (largely driven from a media pool that always seemed quick to want to bury him). Despite all that had been written about him, days before the deal happened, we suggested the Kings should trade for Carter over Rick Nash. Having never met him or spent anytime getting to know Carter as a person, it still s...

-1 s2013 JAN 10
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MayorsManor podcast with Jeff Carter LA Kings - by Mayors Manor

MayorsManor podcast with Davis Payne LA Kings asst coach - by Mayors Manor

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 Darryl Sutter was ready to name his replacement for outgoing assistant coach Jamie Kompon. Enter Davis Payne, who just turned 42 years old yesterday. His resume includes playing and coaching stops in the ECHL, AHL and NHL - including a 4-3 win by St. Louis over the Kings in Los Angeles, his first-ever as an NHL head coach. After just 137 games behind the Blues' bench though, he was replaced by Ken Hitchcock. Now, eager to return to the NHL, he joins us on the MayorsManor show today for a look back at his career on and off the ice. Some of the topics we'll touch on include: - His relationship with Bill Ranford, Kings goaltending coach - Being a ...

-1 s2013 JAN 10
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MayorsManor podcast with Davis Payne LA Kings asst coach - by Mayors Manor

MayorsManor podcast with Colin Hanks - by Mayors Manor

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 as an actor, however he's also a huge sports fan. Specifically, he's been following the LA Kings for about 25 years now. So, we'll go back in time and see what some of his earliest hockey memories are. As you'll quickly find out, he's not a casual fan. Some might say he's actually obsessed with hockey because his knowledge runs deep. We'll talk about his favorite players, teams he doesn't like (hint: he has strong opinions about the Ducks and Coyotes), the Kings playoff run in 1993 vs the Maple Leafs, their Stanley cup victory this year, watching games at Madison Square Garden, several problems he's had with the NHL over the last two decades ...

-1 s2013 JAN 10
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MayorsManor podcast with Colin Hanks - by Mayors Manor

MayorsManor podcast with Fred Coury of Cinderella - Mayors Manor

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 or in the studio working on music, he's thinking up new ways to enhance the LA Kings in-arena experience. From participating in an advisory board run by Luc Robitaille to creating the 'Go Kings Go' song you hear inside Staples Center, Coury is as in tune with LA hockey as he his with the bandmates he's shared the stage with all across the world. When he returned to town recently for a big show in Orange Country, MayorManor was on hand for sound check and spent some time with Fred before the show. We talked about his brand new LA Kings drum kit, the best live crowds, life on the road, meeting Wayne Gretzky, his role with the team...and of cours...

-1 s2013 JAN 10
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MayorsManor podcast with Fred Coury of Cinderella - Mayors Manor

MayorsManor podcast - Stanley Cup Final Preview by Mayors Manor

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? We have not just one, but two members of the Hockey Hall of Fame - and another guy who will be inducted into the Hall on the first ballot in just a few years. We also have BOTH the long-time voice of the LA Kings and his trusty sidekick for more than 20 years. Need more? How about three members of the Kings' 1993 Stanley Cup Finals team? Plus - that's right, PLUS - we have the current captain of the LA Kings! So, without any further hype and build-up, here's the rundown for this week's show... - Dustin Brown will help us close the book on the Conference Finals vs. Phoenix. He'll give the inside scoop he hasn't shared with anybody else regard...

-1 s2013 JAN 10
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MayorsManor podcast - Stanley Cup Final Preview by Mayors Manor

MayorsManor Podcast with NHL legend Mike Modano

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 players.Since then, he's been back several times - where we discussed his signing with the Red Wings, playing the Kings one final time in LA and, for his last visit, he joined us on the MayorsManor Stanley Cup Final preview show to remind everybody he had been on the Kings bandwagon all season long.Modano now returns for today's show, where we'll do our best to not talk about the lockout. Instead, we'll hit on some of these topics and see where things take us...- His recent induction into the USA Hockey Hall of Fame - Being part of an ownership group that bought a pro hockey team - Never getting a chance to play in the Winter Classic - Goalies Edd...

-1 s2012 DEC 23
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MayorsManor Podcast with NHL legend Mike Modano

MayorsManor Podcast with NHL goalie Marty Turco

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 believes he has plenty left in the tank - enough to be a starting goalie for several more years actually. Yet, is he willing to put his mind, body and family through the grind again?On today's MayorsManor show we'll talk about what the future may hold, plus look back at his career with the Dallas Stars, Chicago Blackhawks and brief stop with the Boston Bruins. We'll also get into his younger years, when he went undrafted in the OHL, won two NCAA Championships at Michigan and spent time with the 'black aces' during the Stanley Cup Final in 1999.His 1.72 goals-against average in 2002-03 set the modern NHL record and he went on to re-write the Stars' go...

-1 s2012 DEC 23
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MayorsManor Podcast with NHL goalie Marty Turco

Latest Episodes

MayorsManor podcast - The Lockout is Over - by Mayors Manor

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, we'll chat with both broadcasters about what they did during the lockout, how they're preparing for the return of NHL action and what the Kings need to be thinking about as they begin defense of their Stanley Cup Championship. Additionally, Miller shares a few stories about visiting in old arenas around the league, announces details for a new book he has coming out and explains why he thinks the San Jose Sharks would be the perfect opening night opponent for the Kings. If that's not enough, we'll pass along a few predictions for which teams should dominate the Eastern and Western Conferences during the upcoming 48-game season - and a few club...

-1 s2013 JAN 10
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MayorsManor podcast - The Lockout is Over - by Mayors Manor

MayorsManor podcast - Tribute to David Courtney - by Mayors Manor

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 Staples Center. Last Thursday was a rough day. Courtney passed away at the young age of 56, leaving behind the woman of his dreams - who he had only recently married - and a legion of fans that stretched across several professional sports franchises in Los Angeles. We did a full article on his passing here. Be sure to check out if you haven't already, as it includes several videos, his favorite quotes and much more. On Friday, we also did a special edition of the MayorsManor show - an entire episode dedicated to the memory of David Courtney. Joining us for the show were two people who knew him extremely well - Bob Miller (who shared many old storie...

-1 s2013 JAN 10
Comments
MayorsManor podcast - Tribute to David Courtney - by Mayors Manor

MayorsManor podcast with Drew Doughty LA Kings - by Mayors Manor

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. There was also Drew Doughty. He's given us so many great quotes over the last few seasons it would be hard to narrow things down to a best-of type list - although declaring his hatred for the Canucks as 'definitely a 10' and saying 'We hate every single guy on that team!' was certainly some good stuff. Today, he's back. Doughty joins on the MayorsManor show for an absolutely incredible journey. He sells out several of his teammates, reveals something GM Dean Lombardi talked to him about at draft time in 2008, professes his love for all things London...and, of course, weighs in on the recent Toronto Blue Jays managerial change. Here's a few other to...

-1 s2013 JAN 10
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MayorsManor podcast with Drew Doughty LA Kings - by Mayors Manor

MayorsManor podcast with Jeff Carter LA Kings - by Mayors Manor

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 a long-term deal with the Flyers, eventually exiled to Columbus. Yet, that's really where the good part starts. In a blockbuster trade last February, the Kings sent defenseman Jack Johnson to the Blue Jackets in exchange for Carter. Bound for LA was a player capable of scoring 40+ goals, a big contract and lingering questions about his character (largely driven from a media pool that always seemed quick to want to bury him). Despite all that had been written about him, days before the deal happened, we suggested the Kings should trade for Carter over Rick Nash. Having never met him or spent anytime getting to know Carter as a person, it still s...

-1 s2013 JAN 10
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MayorsManor podcast with Jeff Carter LA Kings - by Mayors Manor

MayorsManor podcast with Davis Payne LA Kings asst coach - by Mayors Manor

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 Darryl Sutter was ready to name his replacement for outgoing assistant coach Jamie Kompon. Enter Davis Payne, who just turned 42 years old yesterday. His resume includes playing and coaching stops in the ECHL, AHL and NHL - including a 4-3 win by St. Louis over the Kings in Los Angeles, his first-ever as an NHL head coach. After just 137 games behind the Blues' bench though, he was replaced by Ken Hitchcock. Now, eager to return to the NHL, he joins us on the MayorsManor show today for a look back at his career on and off the ice. Some of the topics we'll touch on include: - His relationship with Bill Ranford, Kings goaltending coach - Being a ...

-1 s2013 JAN 10
Comments
MayorsManor podcast with Davis Payne LA Kings asst coach - by Mayors Manor

MayorsManor podcast with Colin Hanks - by Mayors Manor

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 as an actor, however he's also a huge sports fan. Specifically, he's been following the LA Kings for about 25 years now. So, we'll go back in time and see what some of his earliest hockey memories are. As you'll quickly find out, he's not a casual fan. Some might say he's actually obsessed with hockey because his knowledge runs deep. We'll talk about his favorite players, teams he doesn't like (hint: he has strong opinions about the Ducks and Coyotes), the Kings playoff run in 1993 vs the Maple Leafs, their Stanley cup victory this year, watching games at Madison Square Garden, several problems he's had with the NHL over the last two decades ...

-1 s2013 JAN 10
Comments
MayorsManor podcast with Colin Hanks - by Mayors Manor

MayorsManor podcast with Fred Coury of Cinderella - Mayors Manor

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 or in the studio working on music, he's thinking up new ways to enhance the LA Kings in-arena experience. From participating in an advisory board run by Luc Robitaille to creating the 'Go Kings Go' song you hear inside Staples Center, Coury is as in tune with LA hockey as he his with the bandmates he's shared the stage with all across the world. When he returned to town recently for a big show in Orange Country, MayorManor was on hand for sound check and spent some time with Fred before the show. We talked about his brand new LA Kings drum kit, the best live crowds, life on the road, meeting Wayne Gretzky, his role with the team...and of cours...

-1 s2013 JAN 10
Comments
MayorsManor podcast with Fred Coury of Cinderella - Mayors Manor

MayorsManor podcast - Stanley Cup Final Preview by Mayors Manor

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? We have not just one, but two members of the Hockey Hall of Fame - and another guy who will be inducted into the Hall on the first ballot in just a few years. We also have BOTH the long-time voice of the LA Kings and his trusty sidekick for more than 20 years. Need more? How about three members of the Kings' 1993 Stanley Cup Finals team? Plus - that's right, PLUS - we have the current captain of the LA Kings! So, without any further hype and build-up, here's the rundown for this week's show... - Dustin Brown will help us close the book on the Conference Finals vs. Phoenix. He'll give the inside scoop he hasn't shared with anybody else regard...

-1 s2013 JAN 10
Comments
MayorsManor podcast - Stanley Cup Final Preview by Mayors Manor

MayorsManor Podcast with NHL legend Mike Modano

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 players.Since then, he's been back several times - where we discussed his signing with the Red Wings, playing the Kings one final time in LA and, for his last visit, he joined us on the MayorsManor Stanley Cup Final preview show to remind everybody he had been on the Kings bandwagon all season long.Modano now returns for today's show, where we'll do our best to not talk about the lockout. Instead, we'll hit on some of these topics and see where things take us...- His recent induction into the USA Hockey Hall of Fame - Being part of an ownership group that bought a pro hockey team - Never getting a chance to play in the Winter Classic - Goalies Edd...

-1 s2012 DEC 23
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MayorsManor Podcast with NHL legend Mike Modano

MayorsManor Podcast with NHL goalie Marty Turco

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 believes he has plenty left in the tank - enough to be a starting goalie for several more years actually. Yet, is he willing to put his mind, body and family through the grind again?On today's MayorsManor show we'll talk about what the future may hold, plus look back at his career with the Dallas Stars, Chicago Blackhawks and brief stop with the Boston Bruins. We'll also get into his younger years, when he went undrafted in the OHL, won two NCAA Championships at Michigan and spent time with the 'black aces' during the Stanley Cup Final in 1999.His 1.72 goals-against average in 2002-03 set the modern NHL record and he went on to re-write the Stars' go...

-1 s2012 DEC 23
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MayorsManor Podcast with NHL goalie Marty Turco
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