Gold Medal Watch Party at ESPN Zone
For more information on ESPN Zone @ L.A. Live, click here. ESPN Zone @ L.A. Live is located across the street from STAPLES Center on the LA Live campus.
1011 S. Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Fox and McSorley will be on-hand for autographs and pictures and to provide in-depth game analysis.
Don’t miss this opportunity to meet Fox and McSorley and take advantage of ESPN Zone @ L.A. Live’s food and drink specials.
Fox is in his 20th season as the Kings’ television color commentator, joining Bob Miller in the booth for club broadcasts on FS West.
Eighth on the Kings all-time scoring list, eighth in assists and ninth in goals with 479 points (186-293=479) in 578 games, Fox spent his entire 10-year career as a member of the Kings after being selected in the first round (10th overall) of the 1980 NHL Entry Draft. A three time 30-goal scorer, Fox enjoyed his most productive season in 1984-85 when he recorded 83 points (30-53=83), and in 22 career playoff games with the Kings, Fox had 12 points (4-8=12). Over his playing career with the Kings, Fox also holds the distinction of playing the second most games -- starting, ending and only with the Kings (Dave Taylor holds the mark).
McSorley owns the Kings record for penalty minutes, recording 1,846 PIMs in 472 games from 1988-1996. He also added 71 goals and 163 assists for 234 points from the Kings blueline. McSorley also tallied 190 PIMs and 6-11=17 in 63 postseason games with Los Angeles, advancing to the playoffs in each of his first five seasons with the Kings, including the Stanley Cup Finals in 1993.
For his career from 1983-2000 with the Penguins, Oilers, Kings, Rangers, Sharks and Bruins, McSorley played in 961 games, scoring 108-251=359 with 3,381 PIMs.
About ESPN Zone...A Taste of ESPN!
Step into ESPN Zone and you've entered a world where sport is king! ESPN Zone boasts a tasty menu featuring generous portions of expertly prepared American grill food, an arena of interactive games and attractions and an unparalleled sports viewing experience. When you think ESPN Zone, think ESPN - 3D, because why should the SportsCenter anchors have all the fun!!