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The Los Angeles Kings are reporting that long-time Hall of Fame announcer Bob Miller is in intensive care after a four hour heart bypass surgery procedure.
The Kings are saying this is normal after a surgery such as this, and that his family is very relieved and “things are looking great.”
The 77-year-old Miller has been the Kings’ play-by-play voice man since the early 70’s. Miller received the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award from the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2000.
Nick Nickson will replace Miller in the television booth alongside Jim Fox, the former Kings player.
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