Highlights of retiring Kings broadcaster Bob Miller, who will return to the booth on April 8 and 9 to call his final two games:
Oct. 12, 1938: Born in Chicago
1957-60: Broadcasts basketball and football games for Iowa while attending school there. Receives degree
1961-73: Held various sports broadcasting jobs, including being the voice of the Wisconsin Badgers' hockey team.
1973: Hired by Jack Kent Cooke to broadcast Kings' games, replacing Roy Storey.
1992: Inducted into the Wisconsin Hockey Hall of Fame.
1997: Named one of the six inaugural members of the Kings Hall of Fame.
1998: Press box at Staples Center is named for him.
2000: Honored with a plaque in the Hockey Hall of Fame.
2002: Inducted into the Southern California Sports Broadcasters Hall of Fame
2006: Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
2011: Inducted into the California Sports Hall of Fame.