Long-time Stars play-by-play voice Ralph Strangis will be back at work in Dallas on Friday but this time as a guest broadcaster for the Los Angeles Kings. LA’s usual voice, Bob Miller, had heart bypass surgery in February and is traveling sparingly this season. Strangis is one of four guest announcers helping fill in for Miller.
Long-time Stars play-by-play voice Ralph Strangis will be back at work in Dallas on Friday but this time as a guest broadcaster for the Los Angeles Kings. LA’s usual voice, Bob Miller, had heart bypass surgery in February and is traveling sparingly this season. Strangis is one of four guest announcers helping fill in for Miller. Michael Prengler Special to the Star-Telegram/Mic
Long-time Stars play-by-play voice Ralph Strangis will be back at work in Dallas on Friday but this time as a guest broadcaster for the Los Angeles Kings. LA’s usual voice, Bob Miller, had heart bypass surgery in February and is traveling sparingly this season. Strangis is one of four guest announcers helping fill in for Miller. Michael Prengler Special to the Star-Telegram/Mic

Kings’ visit to Dallas brings along an old friend in the booth

December 22, 2016 10:09 PM