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Kings' first-round playoff series to be televised by FS West and Prime Ticket

Lj5vchnc The Kings’ first-round playoff series against the San Jose Sharks will be shared between FS West and Prime Ticket. 

Hall of Fame broadcaster Bob Miller will handle the play-by-play while former Kings player Jim Fox will be the color analyst. Heidi Androl will join the broadcasting team in San Jose. Androl and Patrick O’Neal will continue their duties for postseason games at Staples Center.

When FS West or Prime Ticket and Versus are both televising a game in the first round, the Versus telecast will be blacked out in Los Angeles.

For radio, all Kings playoff games will air on KLAC-AM (570).

Click below the jump for the local lineup.

Game 1, Thursday      7 p.m.             at San Jose          FS West
Game 2, Saturday       7 p.m.             at San Jose          FS West
Game 3, April 19         7:30 p.m.       at Staples            Prime Ticket
Game 4, April 21         7:30 p.m.       at Staples            Prime Ticket
Game 5, April 23         7:30 p.m.       at San Jose         Prime Ticket *
Game 6, April 25         TBD                 at Staples            Prime Ticket *
Game 7, April 27         TBD                 at San Jose         TBD *

* = if necessary

Nationally, the first-round series will be televised as follows:

Game 1        VERSUS, TSN
Game 2        VERSUS, TSN
Game 3        VERSUS, TSN
Game 4        TSN
Game 5        VERSUS, TSN *
Game 6        TSN *
Game 7        TSN *

 * = if necessary

-- Debbie Goffa

Photo: San Jose Sharks center Joe Thornton (19) skates with the puck past Los Angeles Kings center Oscar Moller (9) during the second period at HP Pavilion April 4, 2011. Credit: Jason O. Watson / US Presswire

 
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