Kings Veteran analyst Jim Fox
breaks down the Stanley Cup Finals; Kings head coach Marc Crawford analyzes the games after their conclusion.
Fox, who just completed his 18th season as the Kings’ television color commentator, joining Bob Miller in the booth for club broadcasts on FSN West.
Seventh 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) in 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).
Crawford was named the club’s Head Coach on May 22, 2006. The 21st head coach in Kings history, Crawford formerly was the Head Coach of the Vancouver Canucks and Colorado Avalanche/Quebec Nordiques, where he won a Stanley Cup in 1996 with the Avalanche, and he is the youngest coach in NHL history to win the Jack Adams Trophy for Coach Of The Year.
In 12 NHL seasons, Crawford has posted a 470-385-132 record in 987 game, qualifying for the Stanley Cup Playoffs in eight of his 12 seasons behind the bench, posting an 43-40 mark in 83 post season games.
STANLEY CUP FINALS