Long-time Los Angeles Kings broadcaster Bob Miller will be honored with his own statue. In an announcement made on Wednesday during the Los Angeles City Council meeting, the statue of Miller will be unveiled prior to the Kings home game at the Staples Center against the Anaheim Ducks (tickets) on Jan.13.
Miller will become the third member of the Los Angeles Kings to have a statue of him outside the Staples Center. The others are Wayne Gretzky and Luc Robitaille. Gretzky has the Kings franchise records for most assists in a season (122, which was set in 1990-91) and points in a season (168, which was set in 1988-89). Robitaille is the Kings all-time goals scoring leader with 557.
In addition to the statue, Miller will also have his own bobblehead night on Jan. 13. Then on Feb.6, 2018, Miller will receive the lifetime achievement award during the LA Sports Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
The Kings meanwhile are promoting three different mini-packs that include the special Bob Miller night against the Ducks on Jan.13. The packages are three games, four games and five games with tickets starting at $51 per game. For Kings ticket information, please click here.