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Ducks give Kings broadcaster Bob Miller big ovation

Opposing fans cheer rival team's legendary announcer during his final game @NHLdotcom

In a classy move by an arch-rival, Anaheim Ducks fans gave a loud ovation to retiring Los Angeles Kings announcer Bob Miller while he was calling his final game at Honda Center.

The Ducks gave Miller the royal treatment on Sunday, a day after he called an amazing comeback victory for the Kings in what would be his final home broadcast after 44 years on the job.

Tweet from @AnaheimDucks: #ThankYouBob

Anaheim hung a sign from the visiting announcers booth that read "Bob Miller: 44 Years of Broadcast Excellence" and put a huge poster of Miller in action on the inside wall.

Tweet from @AnaheimDucks: #ThankYouBob

Just before the halfway point of the first peroid, though, the Ducks put Miller up on the center ice scoreboard where he waved to fans and was giving a rousing ovation by those in attendance.

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