In The Nick Of Time – Captain Consistency

Welcome to episode two of In The Nick Of Time, as we celebrate Nick Nickson’s career with the Kings.

Hall of Fame play-by-play broadcaster Nick Nickson is in his 40th season with the LA Kings, after he joined the organization in 1981. Nickson, the 2015 recipient of the Foster Hewitt Award, originally served as the color commentator alongside Bob Miller from 1981 – 1990 on both radio and television, before taking over as the radio play-by-play voice when the broadcasts were separated. Nickson has called his entire NHL career with the Kings.

Episode 2 looks at Captain Consistency, Anze Kopitar. Nick feels that Kopitar is the most consistent Kings player he’s ever covered, because of his consistency in all areas of the ice. Through his distinguished career with the organization, Kopitar has brought in the same effort on a night-in, night-out basis, never cheating for his points, while bringing elite defense to compliment his offensive prowess. The ultimate team player.

Past Episodes
Episode 1 – Debuting w/ Dionne

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