From "Kings announcer Bob Miller loves hockey, and it shows" by Diane Pucin at the LA Times:
Vin Scully, a fellow broadcasting Hall of Famer, is joyful for Miller.
"With a losing team, it's a grind," said the 82-year-old Dodgers legend, now in his 60th season with the team. "It's very hard to hold on to your enthusiasm when it's a bad game day after day after day.
"I salute Bob. It has to be extremely exciting for him, not just to go to the arena for another day of work, but you have the 'I can't wait to get there' feeling because it's truly meaningful.
"What Bob does is [he] sees the event with his eyes, not his heart," Scully said. "Fans see the same event with their hearts. Manny Ramirez comes up, man on base, if he gets a hit the Dodgers win. So if he hits a fly ball, for that split second the fans see what they want to see. You hear them roar and then you hear the 'ahh' because it's just a fly ball. An announcer can't do that. An announcer wills himself to see what it is. Bob does that."
This post will also act as your Kings Quarterfinals Game 6 Thread. Is it their last gasp, or can they push it to a Game 7?