Год издания: 2006
Издатель: Sports Publishing
Количество страниц: 192
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For nearly four decades the Los Angeles Kings have made history and entertained hockey fans throughout Southern California. For 31 of those seasons Bob Miller has been the "Voice of the Kings" as the play by-play man for more than 2,500 games, including regular, pre-and postseason contests. He has seen just about all of the high and low points in Kings history, as well as the many great players who have worn the Los Angeles uniform. The Kings are, of course, not just an ordinary NHL franchise, especially when it comes to mixing Hollywood with hockey. In Bob Miller's Tales from the Los Angeles Kings, the Hall of Fame broadcaster gives readers his insight into the Kings' owners, from the legendary Jack Kent Cooke to the flamboyant Jerry Buss. He also talks about owner Bruce McNall, who made the deal for superstar Wayne Gretzky and put Los Angeles on the hockey map, but who eventually lost the franchise by overspending.