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The faces of the franchise range from legendary broadcasters to teenage girls

Updated: June 6, 2012, 5:03 PM ET
By Ramona Shelburne | ESPNLosAngeles.com

LOS ANGELES -- Bob Miller was 24 when he met the love of his life. It was 1962. He was a young sportscaster at Channel 6 in Milwaukee. She was a hairdresser from a small town in the southern part of the state. A friend set them up on a blind date and he was a goner. He fell hard. A year later they were married.

Ten years later he jumped in again. This time it was a job calling. An NHL franchise in a city way out west that knew about as much about hockey as he did about selling insurance. ...

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