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KINGS ALL-TIME BROADCASTERS
BROADCASTERS YEAR-BY-YEAR
Bob Miller, Jim Fox, Nick Nickson, Daryl Evans 1999-present
Bob Miller, Jim Fox, Nick Nickson, Cammi Granato 1998-99
Bob Miller, Jim Fox, Nick Nickson, Mike Allison 1995-98
Bob Miller, Jim Fox, Nick Nickson, Brian Engblom 1991-95
Bob Miller, Jim Fox, Nick Nickson, Tom Laidlaw* 1990-91
Bob Miller, Nick Nickson^ 1981-90
Bob Miller, Pete Weber^ 1978-81
Bob Miller, Rich Marotta^ 1976-78
Bob Miller, Jim Minnick$, Dan Avey^ 1973-76
Roy Storey, Dan Avey^ 1972-73
Jiggs McDonald, Dan Avey^ 1969-72
Jiggs McDonald, Ed Fitkin^ 1967-69
*There was no color analyst for radio in 1990-91, but Kings injured defenseman Tom Laidlaw filled in.
^Prior to 1990, the Kings used a television/radio simulcast. 
$Jim Minnick replaced Dan Avey from Sept. 25 - Dec. 4, 1973, when Avey was promoted to work in the front office under Jack Kent Cooke. On Dec. 4, 1973, Avey returned to the broadcast booth.

Bob Miller and Jim Fox have been on-air partners for the Kings television broadcast since 1990.
TELEVISION
PLAY-BY-PLAY
Bob Miller 1973-present
Roy Storey 1972-73
Jiggs McDonald 1967-72
COLOR ANALYSTS
Jim Fox 1990-present
Nick Nickson 1981-90
Pete Weber 1978-81
Rich Marotta 1976-78
Jim Minnick 1973
Dan Avey 1969-76
Ed Fitkin 1967-69
Nick Nickson and Daryl Evans have been on-air partners for the Kings radio broadcast since 1999.

 

RADIO
PLAY-BY-PLAY
Nick Nickson
(Video-Voices)
1990-present
Television/
Radio Simulcast
1967-90
COLOR ANALYSTS
Daryl Evans 1999-present
Cammi Granato 1998-99
Mike Allison 1995-98
Brian Engblom 1991-95
Tom Laidlaw 1990-91