Bob Miller to Host One Man Show at HockeyFest
If you wanted an audio version of Bob's book - here you go. :)
Hockey Hall of Fame broadcaster Bob Miller, who this season will begin his 49th year in broadcasting, will host a special "One Man Show" at LA Kings Hockey Fest ’09, the Kings announced Friday. Miller will tell stories and show Kings video clips that date back to 1967 for approximately 90 minutes as part of the new three-day interactive festival celebrating the Kings and the game of hockey from Aug. 28-30 at LA Live in the heart of downtown Los Angeles.
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"I am really looking forward to this," said Miller. "It has been fun to go back and see some of the video footage and to re-live some of the great moments the Kings franchise has enjoyed. We will cover a lot of history in a short amount of time, and it is something I believe fans of all ages will enjoy."
Miller’s One Man Show will feature several special music-themed video segments that will be followed by his thoughts and reflections on the topic/game or the player(s) involved. The program will feature Miller talking about some of the franchise’s first star players, a look back at the 1976 playoffs, great goals scored by the Triple Crown Line and reflections on the Miracle on Manchester game in 1982. Learn about Kings history by visiting www.LAKings.com/history.
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