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LA Kings Committed A Major Blunder With Slava Voynov, But So Did Some Fans

LA Kings defenseman Slava Voynov, shown here during a recent practice session (prior to his suspension).
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LOS ANGELES — As reported on Twitter, at virtually the same time, Orange County Register reporter Rich Hammond and LA Kings Insider Jon Rosen, followed a couple of minutes later by NHL.com writer Curtis Zupke, suspended Los Angeles Kings defenseman Slava Voynov skated with teammates during the team’s game-day morning skate on December 2 at the Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo, California, a violation of the terms of his suspension imposed by the National Hockey League after he was accused of domestic violence on his wife in October.

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Win Tickets To See “Voice of the King: The Bob Miller Story” With An Appearance By Miller

LOS ANGELES — Just a couple of days away from the premiere of filmmaker Charlie Minn’s new documentary on the career of the legendary Voice of the Kings, Bob Miller, Frozen Royalty is pleased to be able to offer readers a chance to win FOUR tickets to see the movie, Voice of the King: The Bob Miller Story, at the Regal Cinemas L.A. Live (across the street from Staples Center), on Saturday, December 6, 2014, at 5:00 PM.

The movie follows the Philadelphia Flyers/Kings game, starting at 1:00 PM, at Staples Center.

And there’s more…

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Frozen Royalty Video: Kopitar, Martinez, Sutter After LA Kings Shutout Boston, 2-0

LOS ANGELES — Tanner Pearson scored a first period goal, Anze Kopitar contributed two assists, and Jonathan Quick made 31 saves to lead the Los Angeles Kings to a 2-0 shutout win over the Boston Bruins at Staples Center in Los Angeles on December 2.

The shutout was Quick’s 34th of his National Hockey League career.

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New Film Will Show Sides Of Legendary LA Kings Play-By-Play Announcer Bob Miller Few Get To See

Courtesy Charlie Minn/VoiceOfTheKingFilm.com
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LOS ANGELES — If you haven’t heard of documentary filmmaker Charlie Minn before, you’re not alone. After all, he’s not one of the legends among Hollywood filmmakers.

Minn, who lives in New York and El Paso, Texas, isn’t well known in hockey circles, either. But he is currently in the Los Angeles area promoting his new film, Voice of the King: The Bob Miller Story. a documentary about the career of legendary Los Angeles Kings play-by-play announcer Bob Miller, which opens at the Regal Cinemas L.A. Live on December 5.

Despite the fact that he is not a big name Hollywood filmmaker, he is a prolific documentary filmmaker, focusing on the “true crime” genre, most notably on crimes that have not gotten a lot of media exposure.

Given Minn’s focus, a film about Miller is quite the departure. But his connection with Miller—meeting him when he provided statistics during a television broadcast while the Kings were visiting the New York Islanders—made him a natural fit.

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