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Los Angeles Kings: 2014-15 Season Announcements

July 29th, 2014 at 10:58 PM
By Suzanna Bezyan

The Los Angeles Kings annual festival celebrating the game of hockey, La Kings Hockey Fest 14’, will take place on September 14. This year they will host two special events in El Segundo.

Event 1:

A special LA Kings Alumni Game presented by Toyota will take place at Toyota Sports Center immediately following Hockey Fest. You will see former Kings favorites versus the Medvedev All Star team.

Players representing the Kings team will include (subject to change): Luc Robitaille, Nelson Emerson, Craig Johnson, Mike Donnelly, Jim Fox, Daryl Evans, Ron Duguay, Charlie Simmer, Rob Blake, Sean O’Donnell, Jaroslav Modry, Mike O’Connell and Jamie Storr. Rogie Vachon and Glen Murray are slated to serve as Honorary Coaches.

Players from the Russian Stars team will include (subject to change): Alexey Yashin, Slava Fetisov, Alexei Kasatonov, Val Bure, Pavel Bure, Darius Kasparitis, Vladie Malakhov, Alex Kovalev, Andrei Kovalenko and Tony Esposito.

Tickets for the game are $150 and a ticket also includes an all-access day pass to Hockey Fest. Capacity for this game is limited to 500.

Event 2:

Later, at 6:00 p.m.the Kings will host a Royal Feast at Salt Creek Grille in El Segundo.

Kings players, alumni and broadcasters will be on hand as Salt Creek Grille prepares signature dishes. There will also be silent and live auctions featuring Kings and NHL memorabilia.

Cost per ticket is $500 (very limited available) with all proceeds benefiting the Kings Care Foundation. The ticket includes a seat for the Alumni Game earlier in the day, as well as an all-day pass to Hockey Fest.

Hockey Fest: Via the LA Kings

Hockey Fest at the Toyota Sports Center will serve as the official start to the season and will feature Kings’ players, coaches, management and alumni interacting with fans through both popular Q&A’s and other events. More detailed schedule of events will follow.

Pricing for an all-day pass for LA Kings Hockey Fest is $40 for Kings Season Ticket Members and Partial Plan Holders, and $45 for the general public.”

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