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  • Taking broadcast career seriously made big difference for Jim Fox

    Taking broadcast career seriously made big difference for Jim Fox
    After more than two decades as the analyst on Kings telecasts, Jim Fox is probably better known for his fine work in breaking down plays and providing context over the air than he is for his 10-year playing career with the Kings.
  • Wayne Gretzky helps make hockey game at Dodger Stadium a great one

    Wayne Gretzky helps make hockey game at Dodger Stadium a great one
      The bizarre mingled with the familiar Saturday night, when the sensory overload of seeing beach volleyball, street hockey and Frisbee tossing taking place amid Dodger Stadium's greenery was balanced by seven concise words that set a sellout crowd to...

    Kings-Ducks outdoor game draws raves from north of the border

    Kings-Ducks outdoor game draws raves from north of the border
    Lessons learned Saturday from the Ducks' 3-0 victory over the Kings at Dodger Stadium: -- It's possible to play an NHL game outdoors in Southern California without the ice turning into a swimming pool. -- The Kings, who have struggled to score goals...

    Kings, Ducks announce full TV schedules

    Kings, Ducks announce full TV schedules
    The Kings and Ducks announced their respective TV schedules on Thursday, with each planning to make every regular-season game available on TV during the 2013-14 season. The teams’ Jan. 25 outdoor game at Dodger Stadium, part of the NHL’s...

    They've been 'Hall of Fame bookends' on Dodger airwaves for 55 years

    They've been 'Hall of Fame bookends' on Dodger airwaves for 55 years
    The ball soared off left fielder Carl Crawford's bat once, then twice, into the dimming blue sky. And each time, the home runs conjured a familiar call for listeners of Spanish-language radio, one that has made its way onto Dodgers shirts and blended...