What Did Play-By-Play Announcer Bob Miller Say When The LA Kings Won The 2014 Stanley Cup?
June 14, 2014 12 Comments
With 17 interviews from the on-ice celebration, Frozen Royalty will have several stories coming later today and on Sunday. But for now, here’s something many Kings fans are anxiously awaiting…
As most Kings fans know, Hall of Fame play-by-play announcer Bob Miller and color commentator Jim Fox were sidelined after the first round of the playoffs due to NBC’s exclusive rights to televise games from the second round on.
Although Miller and Fox were seen during pre-game and post-game shows, that is certainly not the same as hearing them on game telecasts. But like they did for the potential deciding games of the 2012 Stanley Cup Final, Miller and Fox recorded their call of Friday’s Game 5 for later distribution.
If things go the same way that they did in 2012, that recording won’t be available until later this summer. But you can hear what Miller said just after defenseman Alec Martinez scored in double overtime to win the game and the 2014 Stanley Cup right here by clicking on the arrow below.
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