The Los Angeles Kings this morning released the following regarding Hall of Fame TV play-by-play announcer Bob Miller:
Ralph Strangis is now scheduled to call the next seven Kings games on FOX Sports West alongside Jim Fox as Bob Miller continues to recuperate from his health setback late last m... Read More
Via the Kings:
Bob Miller suffered a mild stroke on Saturday and was admitted to USC Keck Hospital where he currently remains. He is under the care of a team of specialized physicians, and he is doing well and in good spirits.
For the Kings game in Arizona on Tuesday, Ralph Strangis is slated... Read More
Good afternoon from El Segundo, where we're about to shoot an episode of Saturday Straight Up that will air during the first intermission of tomorrow's game. We'll obviously talk some hockey before finishing with some movie hot takes. What are your favorite Christmas movies, Insiders? I know what mi... Read More
I hope you have the better part of a half-hour to kill, Insiders. If you've missed any of the Coffee with Bob segments on Kings Weekly this season, you'll enjoy clicking on this playlist. There are three CWB segments featuring Dean Lombard in which the Kings' Hall of Fame play-by-play broadcaster an... Read More
Gary Thorne will broadcast his fifth game of this five-game Kings sojourn when Los Angeles faces Colorado at Pepsi Center otomorrow, and after a Buffalo-Detroit-Boston leg of a road trip next month, will hand the torch off to former Dallas Stars voice Ralph Strangis. With Bob Miller not traveling wi... Read More
The Kings have filled out the remaining 17 games of the schedule that Bob Miller will be unable to work by hiring Gary Thorne, Ralph Strangis, Chris Cuthbert and Jiggs McDonald, the original Kings play by play broadcaster, as play by play broadcasters. Miller, who turned 78 today, has recovered from... Read More
The Kings and FOX Sports West jointly announced on Monday that 75 games will be broadcast on FOX Sports West (73 games, including preseason games against Dallas and Colorado in Las Vegas) and KCOP (two games). It gets better: Bob Miller, who missed most of the second half of the 2015-16 season as he... Read More
A good day to you, Insiders. It's a Friday at the end of July, and a good portion of the hockey operations staff is away on vacation. In other words, we're not expecting a 13-post afternoon here at LAKI HQ. Before sharing several links, here's a stick tap to Kate Archer, who joined the Kings four ye... Read More
At Dodger Stadium yesterday, there was a summit of Los Angeles broadcasting legends as Kings play by play broadcaster Bob Miller presented Dodgers play by play broadcaster Vin Scully with a personalized Kings jersey in commemoration of the 88-year-old Scully's final year behind the microphone. Thank... Read More
In building up a digitized archive of photos, videos and assorted memorabilia, the Kings have partnered with Heritage Werks in advance of the 50th anniversary season to be able to disseminate images and captured moments from the club's history. That database is still new - most of it is populated by... Read More
In correspondence with his family, the Kings confirmed that everything went well after Bob Miller's four-hour quadruple heart bypass surgery this afternoon. The surgery is over and as of earlier this evening, Bob was being moved to intensive care. It has been deemed a "successful surgery," and his f... Read More
Good morning, Glendale, and good morning, Insiders.
There are plenty of Good Morning posts to come in which we’ll have some fun and watch landing videos, but today is kind of a rough day.
Please keep Bob Miller in your thoughts and prayers today as he undergoes heart surgery. His health and w... Read More