Kings Head to LA My Network Affiliate to Televise Entire Schedule

LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Kings in partnership with FOX Sports West will broadcast five games this season on KCOP-TV 13, Kings Vice President, Communications and Content Michael Altieri announced today. With today’s announcement, all 82 Kings regular season games will be broadcast on TV this season. “Along with our partners at FOX, we have been working toward the goal of televising all 82 Kings games this season to our fans locally and this announcement helps fulfill that goal,” said Kings President, Business Operations Luc Robitaille. The following Kings games will be broadcast on KCOP-TV 13: Day Date Opponent Start (all times PT) Saturday November 6, 2010 vs. Nashville 7:00 p.m.– no post-game Saturday December 18, 2010 @ Nashville 5:00 p.m. Wednesday December 29, 2010 @ Phoenix 6:00 p.m. Wednesday February 2, 2011 @ Edmonton 6:30 p.m. Wednesday March 9, 2011 @ Detroit 4:30 p.m. Long-time Kings TV broadcasters Bob Miller and Jim Fox will call the action, and Steven Dorfman will serve as the producer while Mike Hassan directs the telecasts. Last month, the Kings and FOX Sports West released their 70-game television schedule on FOX Sports West/PRIME TICKET for the season. At the time, a total of 77 Kings games were slated to be broadcast this season locally or on national television. Today’s announcement brings that total up to 82 games – see below for complete 82-game television broadcast schedule or visit The Kings (6-2-0) continue their five-game road trip tonight in Chicago against the Stanley Cup Champion Blackhawks at 5:30 p.m. (PT) before concluding the trip in Dallas on Thursday night. Both games will be broadcast on FS West, KTLK 1150 and along the Kings Radio Network.


One Response to Kings Head to LA My Network Affiliate to Televise Entire Schedule

  1. Rhett says:

    Good news for fans in Southern California. Even better – the games will be available on an over-the-air station, making the games more accessible to more people. Wish that more US-based teams would do the same. I know the Wild and Blackhawks do it already, but more teams need to figure out ways in future years to put select games on over-the-air TV again.

    I know, it’s probably a pipe dream, but it’s all about marketing the game to the biggest possible number of fans and non-fans alike IMO.

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