Tuesday, June 12th 2012
"FOX Sports Tonight" Goes All Kings After Stanley Cup Win
LOS ANGELES, June 12, 2012 -- Last night, FOX Sports Tonight hosts Rob Dibble and Amy Van Dyken went all-Kings after the team won their first-ever Stanley Cup in the franchise's 45-year history. Featuring interviews with Kings players, highlights from the post-game press conference, and call-ins from FOX Sports Radio representatives on-site, the show gave sports fans everywhere a glimpse into the excitement at Staples Center following the historical win. Guests included Kings Center Jordan Nolan, Assistant GM Ron Hextall, Center Trevor Lewis, and Left Wing Dustin Penner, who told Dibble and Van Dyken that he is "just going to watch movies and relax" during his day with the cup.
FOX Sports Radio's Loose Cannons co-hosts Steve Hartman and Vic "The Brick" Jacobs also called-in to share the excitement happening on the ice at Staples Center, saying "The Kings fans, they're still very much here. They're just soaking it all in." With people stationed on the ice, outside the arena, and in the locker room, FOX Sports Radio had full coverage of the events on FOX Sports Tonight.
Click the following link to hear the Dustin Penner interview in its entirety, as well as additional audio from last night's coverage: http://bit.ly/LZocdp.
Below are some photos FOX Sports Radio captured at the event:
Pictured: Kings Center Trevor Lewis talks to FOX Sports Tonight following his 2 goal performance
Pictured: Vic "The Brick" Jacobs had a chance to touch the cup, an experience he talked about on-air
Pictured: Vic "the Brick" Jacobs joins in the action outside Staples Center with LA Kings fans
About FOX Sports Tonight
Featuring the voices of six-time Olympic Gold medalist Amy Van Dyken and former Cincinnati Reds pitcher Rob Dibble, FOX Sports Tonight takes listeners through a recap of the day in sports and entertainment, and previews what's coming up next in this edgy and entertaining evening show. The show is nationally syndicated by FOX Sports Radio and airs Monday through Friday on nearly 250 stations from 10 p.m. - 1 a.m. ET/ 7 - 10 p.m. PT. For more information, please visit www.foxsportsradio.com.