Bob Miller On His Health, Retirement and Being Honored By The LA Kings

LOS ANGELES — On January 13, the Los Angeles Kings will honor legendary, Hall of Fame play-by-play announcer Bob Miller, who retired last April after 44 years behind the Kings’ microphone. Prior to Saturday’s game against the Anaheim Ducks, the Kings will unveil a statue of Miller in Staples Center’s Star Plaza, and a banner... Continue Reading →

A Positive Story, A Poignant Reminder: Brooks Laich

EL SEGUNDO, CA — On November 9, forward Brooks Laich earned his first point with the Los Angeles Kings. Five days later, he would play his last game with them. Being a healthy scratch four times after that, and with some player personnel changes forthcoming, the writing was on the wall for Laich, who was... Continue Reading →

A Look At LA Kings 2016 2nd Round Pick D Kale Clague

EL SEGUNDO, CA — Barring what would have to be rather drastic, maybe even somewhat disastrous circumstances, defenseman prospect Kale Clague won’t make the Los Angeles Kings roster for at least two-to-three years. Nevertheless, he is making solid strides towards that end. The 19-year-old, 6-0, 177-pound native of Lloydminster, Alberta, who was selected by the... Continue Reading →

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