Tales from the Los Angeles Kings Locker Room: A Collection of the Greatest Kings Stories Ever Told

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In Tales from the Los Angeles Kings Locker Room, Bob Miller shares 40 years of Hollywood hockey with fans, reminding them of the highs and lows of Los Angeles hockey, while entertaining them with behind-the-scenes looks into the history of the 2012 Stanley Cup championship team.

As the “Voice of the Kings,” Miller has been part of the Kings experience from the era of original owner Jack Kent Cooke to the days of flamboyant Jerry Buss; from the team’s first true superstar, Rogie ...

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Overview

In Tales from the Los Angeles Kings Locker Room, Bob Miller shares 40 years of Hollywood hockey with fans, reminding them of the highs and lows of Los Angeles hockey, while entertaining them with behind-the-scenes looks into the history of the 2012 Stanley Cup championship team.

As the “Voice of the Kings,” Miller has been part of the Kings experience from the era of original owner Jack Kent Cooke to the days of flamboyant Jerry Buss; from the team’s first true superstar, Rogie Vachon, to then-owner Bruce McNall’s trade that put Southern California on the hockey map—the acquisition of Wayne Gretzky in 1988.

Join Miller as he skates through Kings history, examining off-the-wall personalities and the team’s greatest moments—from thrilling playoff victories to the Kings’ involvement in the Lakers’ acquisition of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. You will read about the greatest personalities ever to don the royal black and silver—from the “Triple Crown” line to Jonathan Quick and today’s Kings—and relish the stories that make Tales from the Los Angeles Kings Locker Room the ultimate addition to any Kings fan’s library.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781613213605
  • Publisher: Sports Publishing LLC
  • Publication date: 4/24/2013
  • Series: Tales from the Team Series
  • Pages: 176
  • Sales rank: 537,877
  • Product dimensions: 6.04 (w) x 8.32 (h) x 0.68 (d)

Meet the Author

Bob Miller
Bob Miller, a hockey Hall of Famer, has been the “Voice of the Los Angeles Kings” for nearly forty seasons. He is a recipient of the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award, awarded to members of the radio and television industries who have made outstanding contributions to their profession and the game of hockey. In addition Miller is a member of the Southern California Sports Broadcasters Hall of Fame. In February of 2001, that organization named him the top television play-by-play announcer in Southern California sports, the second time he has won the award. Along with his Kings-related duties, Miller has also accented numerous TV and film projects including Cheers, Rollerball, Miracle on Ice, The Mighty Ducks, and The Mighty Ducks 2. In 1997, Miller was selected as one of the six inaugural members of the Kings Hall of Fame during the organization’s thirtieth anniversary celebration.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 25, 2013

    Sonic High School Chapter 9

    *Amy walked back home and fell asleep. The next day was Sunday when she woke up. She got dressed and told her mother she was going out*
    Emily- You need to eat breakfast first. Why are you going out so early?*puts a plate of eggs in front of Amy*
    Amy- I just like to explore outside.*she repiled as she ate her eggs*
    Emily-Oh good! I knew you would like it here!
    Amy-Yea.*After she was done with her eggs she puts them in the dishes and graps her jacket and takes off towards school. When she got there she looked arounded. He wasn't here. Amy sighed and sat on a bench. "Why would he be here now?"she thought. Then out of nowhere a blue blur flew past her then ran back and stopped in front of her*
    Amy-Sonic?
    Sonic-Amy! I didn't know you'll be here so early.*sits beside her*
    Amy-I couldn't wait to see you again.*lookes away blusing*
    Sonic- Me either.*They hear footsteps coming their way. Sonic graps Amy and they both run behind some hedges and they peeked out. Sally and some of her friends cam running up*
    Wave-I think you are overreacting Sally.
    Sally-No! I'm sure I heard my Sonic's voice around here with that slut hedgehog girl too!
    Crystal-Girl please. After what happened Friday I don't think she will be coming back.*smirkes**It took Sonic soft voice to calm her down*
    Sonic-Don't worry Amy.*he whispered*She won't know a thing about you. I promise. We can meet like this every weekend.*Amy nods. After a few minutes Wave and Crystal drag the annoyed Sally off. Sonic and Amy crawled out of their hiding place*
    Sonic- We need to find a better place to meet.
    Amy- Why?
    Sonic- Because if Sally or anyone else founds out about us the news will spread pretty fast.
    Amy- So what if they do?
    Sonic- Amy, you heard what Sally saided. She threaten you, almost got you into a fight, and got your face all over Facebook. God only know what will happen if she founded out about you and me.
    Amy- You care?
    Sonic- Of course I care. Why would think I wouldn't?
    ???- Just one more time!*Sally was back*
    Sonic- Let's go!*Amy graps onto Sonic's neck and he races off while carring Amy*
    ???- What was that?*Amy closed her eyes and hoped that noone saw her with Sonic*••••*Sonic ran fast as he though he thought the same thing as Amy*
    Amy- Sonic? On Facebook you saided your in a relationship with someone. Don't you think people will find out soon?
    Sonic- Yea. I got to change that.* he sayed a little embrassed* I didn't know what I was thinking that day...only you.*Amy started blusing but quickly got over it. Sonic took her to a small hill where a small stream ran at the bottom. Sonic set Amy down*
    Sonic- Amy, I need to go.
    Amy- Why?
    Sonic- Me and Tails are doing a project together in Lan. Arts class. Do you need a lift home?
    Amy- That will be great!*Sonic picked up Amy and took her home. When Sonic dropped Amy off they gazed into each others eyes for what seemed like a long time. Sonic seemed like he wanted to say something else but when Amy turned to go home he ran off but called after her*
    Sonic- I'll pick you up on Saturday!
    Amy- That's not soon enough!*she shouting back*
    Sonic-*smiles*Alright then tomorrow!*and he took off. Amy couldn't wait for tomorrow. When she walked back to her house her mother was waiting for her, a look of concern of her face* Is something wrong Mom?
    Emily- Yes. Do you have any idea what time it is?
    Amy- uhh...no?
    Emily- It's 6:54! I was going to call the missing child program!
    Amy- Sorry Mom. There is just so much to explore!*Amy fell asleep on her bed*

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