Kings television broadcasters Bob Miller and Jim Fox will call the action for first-round games and Patrick O’Neal will serve as the sideline reporter, with the exception of Game 4 which will air locally on the NBC Sports Network. The Kings will also this year have a special playoff pre-game show – Kings Live – before Game 3, while post-game coverage will follow all games on FS West, Prime Ticket and KCOP-13 with Fox and O’Neal serving as co-hosts.
The Quarter-Final games will be televised locally as follows, followed by the Kings Live post-game show:
|LOCATION ||DATE ||TIME (PDT) ||STATION |
|1 ||AT VANCOUVER ||WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11 ||7:30 P.M. ||CH. 13 |
|2 ||AT VANCOUVER ||FRIDAY, APRIL 13 ||7:00 P.M. ||CH. 13 |
|3 ||AT LOS ANGELES ||SUNDAY, APRIL 15 ||7:30 P.M. ||FS WEST |
|4 ||AT LOS ANGELES ||WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18 ||7:00 P.M. ||NBC SPORTS NETWORK |
|5* ||AT VANCOUVER ||SUNDAY, APRIL 22 ||TBD ||FS WEST |
|6* ||AT LOS ANGELES ||TUESDAY, APRIL 24 ||TBD ||PRIME TICKET |
|7* ||AT VANCOUVER ||THURSDAY, APRIL 26 ||TBD ||FS |
* = if necessary
For radio, all Kings 2012 Playoff games will air on KTLK AM 1150 with Nick Nickson and Daryl Evans calling the action. There will also be playoff editions of the post-game show Kings Talk after select postseason games.
The Kings skated this morning at the Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo and will leave for Vancouver this afternoon. Also, here is a link to an electronic version of the Kings’ 2011-12 Postseason Playoff Guide: http://kings.nhl.com/v2/ext/publications/2012postseasonguide.pdf. Printed versions are also available upon request.
Kings playoff tickets are currently available for purchase by visiting LAKings.com/playoffs and by calling 1.888.KINGS.LA. For all Kings playoff information, visit LAKings.com.
The Kings’ first round series is presented by Men In Black 3. The NHL announced the series’ national TV broadcast schedule this past Sunday and the Kings announced the Game 1 television broadcast schedule last night via Twitter. View the national television schedule