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Los Angeles Kings: Summer with Lord Stanely

July 29th, 2014 at 11:32 PM
By Suzanna Bezyan

Hockey is the only sport that does this. Where the championship trophy gets to spend a day with each player of the team. It’s a lot of planning and scheduling, but it gets done seamlessly every time. The first time it was new for the Kings in 2012, but in 2014 they were much more familiar with the process. This summer the Los Angeles Kings will once again be the team that spends the summer with the greatest trophy in sports, The Stanley Cup.

Here is the Schedule of Stanley thus far:

June 14 and 15: With players at the Beach, South Bay, CA

June 16: Parade at STAPLES Center and Jimmy Kimmel, Los Angeles, CA

June 17: Dodgers Stadium, Los Angeles, CA

June 18: South Bay Parade, Los Angeles, CA

June 19-21: Las Vegas, NV with the Players

June 21: Part at Luc Robitaille’s House, Los Angeles, CA

June 22: Part At Stoll’s House (Birthday), Hermosa Beach, CA

June 23 and 24: NHL Awards, Las Vegas, NV

June 26-28: NHL Draft, Philadelphia, PA

June 29: Mark Yannetti, Topsfield, MA

June 30: Hubie McDonough, Manchester, NH

June 30: Denis Fugere, St. Jerome, QC

July 1: Michael Futa, Rexdale, ON

July 2-3: Tyler Toffoli, Ottawa, ON

July 3: Alyn McCauley, Gananoque, ON

July 4-5: Dustin Brown, Ithaca, NY

July 6: Jonathan Quick, Hamden, CT

July 9: Niklas Andersson, Smogen, Sweden

July 10: Christian Ruuttu, Helsinki, Finland

July 11-12: Marian Gaborik, Trencin, Slovakia

July 12-13: Anze Kopitar, Jesenice, Slovenia

July 14-15: Slava Voynov, Chelyabinsk, Russia

July 17: John Stevens, Sea Isle, NJ

July 18-19: Justin Williams, Atlantic City, NJ

July 20: Tanner Pearson, Kitchener, ON

July 21: Glen Murray, Bridgewater, NS

July 22: Nelson Emerson, Waterford, ON

July 23: Rob Blake, Simcoe, ON

July 24: Mike Donnelly, Northville, MI

July 25: Drew Doughty, London, ON

July 26: Jeff Carter, London, ON

July 27: Jake Muzzin, Woodstock, ON

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