LA Kings Honor Bob Miller With Statue Unveiling, Banner RaisingThe legendary broadcaster called 3,353 Kings games in his 44-season career.
Kings Win On Bob Miller's Final Home BroadcastDrew Doughty scored 27 seconds into overtime, leading the Los Angeles Kings to a 3-2 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on Saturday.
Kings Announcer Bob Miller Retiring After 44 Years As Voice Of LA HockeyThe 78-year-old Miller plans to call the Kings' last home game on April 8 against Chicago and their regular-season finale at Anaheim the following night to end his career.
Kings Reveal Announcer Bob Miller Suffered Mild Stroke Saturday"He is doing well and is in good spirits," the team said in a statement.
Bob Miller, Voice Of The Kings, Hospitalized Hours Before All-Star Contest BroadcastMiller has been the voice of the Kings since 1973.
Kings Announcer Bob Miller To Reduce Travel ScheduleBob Miller will return to calling Los Angeles Kings games for the team's 50th anniversary season but will reduce his travel schedule after missing the final three months last season because of quadruple bypass surgery.
Kings Broadcaster Bob Miller On Medical Leave For Heart Surgery"It is unfortunate that I have to miss Kings telecasts. But I have to get this taken care of as soon as possible," Miller said in a statement.
Top 3 Sports Broadcasters (West Coast Bias)People of Los Angeles have been one of the luckiest sports fans in the entire US. Chick Hearn, Bob Miller, Vin Scully are among five hall of famers that call sports in the Los Angeles market. As Hearn changed the culture of calling basketball, Vin Scully set the bar of calling baseball. You can argue that the best announcers in Los Angeles are the best sports caster in all of sports. The dark horse here is horse racing’s, Trevor Denman. Denman does not get the credit he deserves. You don’t have to be into racing to get excited for a horse race he calls. Here are the best announcers of all time with a little west coast biased.