The Los Angeles Kings look to make history on Wednesday night, as they are one win away from their first Stanley Cup in their 44th season. Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final against the New Jersey Devils won't be televised on NBC, as it is relegated to the former Versus channel, now called NBC Sports Network. But fans will be able to hear Kings announcers Bob Miller and Jim Fox call Game 4...eventually or at the game.
Miller, the Hall of Fame play-by-play man since 1973, and his longtime partner Fox will call the game from a spot in the upper press box, per Tom Hoffarth of the Los Angeles Daily News. Hoffarth said their call of the game will likely be distributed as part of a DVD release should the Kings win the Stanley Cup. In addition, fans at Staples Center Wednesday will be able to hear the game in certain areas.
Altieri said he is working on an arrangement to where fans can hear the call throughout Staples Center if they are at the concession stands as well as having a signal available on the radio for in-house access.
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