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PODCAST: Alex Faust on His New Role as LA Kings Play-by-Play Announcer

The 28-year-old discusses how he came to be the new Kings TV announcer

by Jesse Cohen @KingsMenPodcast /

Listen in as Alex Faust joins All the Kings Men to discuss how he came to be the new play-by-play voice of the LA Kings.

The 28-year-old comes to Los Angeles after calling hockey games on NBCSN, NESN and Westwood One Radio. From 2013-15 he was a radio broadcaster for the American Hockey League's (AHL) Utica Comets, calling the first game in franchise history, serving as the "Inside the Glass" reporter for the 2015 AHL All-Star Game, and calling games during the team's run to the Calder Cup Finals in 2015.

Faust and host Jesse Cohen discuss the pressure of replacing Bob Miller, the importance of analytics in hockey and the real world, and how he developed his broadcasting style.

Later in the episode, former Kings telecast producer Bob Borgen talks about the different eras of Kings hockey, the memorable personalities from the clubs past and his time working with Bob Miller.

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