AEG’s LA Kings made a special visit last week to patients at the Pediatric Therapy Network in Torrance, Calif. for an afternoon of hockey and reading on Thursday, June 27.
LA Kings prospects Jaret Anderson-Dolan, Alex Turcotte, and Sean Durzi joined LA Kings mascot Bailey and LA Kings Alumnus and Radio Analyst Daryl Evans for a reading of ‘B is for Bailey,’ the LA Kings children’s book, in addition to playing ball hockey with patients ages 0-3.
AEG’s LA Kings welcomed more than 60 students from Balboa Elementary School in Glendale, Calif. to Toyota Sports Center on February 19, 2019, to learn the science of hockey through the LA Kings G.O.A.L.S. Program in partnership with Blue Shield of California.
The students, who had previously participated in the Future Goals STEM program module, which uses Science Technology Engineering and Math concepts to Kings hockey, applied their learning on the ice at the team’s training facility with Kings staff.
AEG’s Los Angeles Kings announced LA Kings Green, an umbrella program to encompass the team’s sustainable initiatives. Developed in response to the NHL’s NHL Green and in recognition that environmental issues directly impact hockey, a sport often learned atop of frozen ponds, LA Kings Green aims to bring more awareness to the most critical environmental issues and will continue to drive positive impact through arena operations as well as fan and community engagement.
AEG’s LA Kings Celebrate Diversity and Inclusion with ‘Hockey Is For Everyone’
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Last night the Los Angeles Kings hosted Pride Night at STAPLES Center for the Kings-Arizona Coyotes game. As part of the NHL’s ‘Hockey Is For Everyone’ initiative, LA Kings Pride Night in support of You Can Play kicked off the game with a ceremonial puck drop by the LA Galaxy’s Robbie Rogers.
Keep America Beautiful, the nation's leading nonprofit that envisions a country in which every community is a clean, green and beautiful place to live, has launched the Hockey All-Star Game Sweepstakes as part of its "#DoBeautifulThings — Sports" initiative.
So many Canadian kids dream of playing hockey. They play on outdoor ponds and rinks, their parents shuttle them to weekend tournaments and early morning practices. And for seventeen-year old Jake Bean, now playing for the Calgary Hitmen, that dream reached an exciting new level after he was named to Canada’s 2014 World Under-17 Hockey team.
Kids love sports, but they also need to learn about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). What better way to combine the two than with Time Warner Cable’s Connect a Million Minds STEM in Sports Hockey program with NHL team the Anaheim Ducks. In partnership with the Samueli Foundation and the Ducks, Time Warner Cable created a national PSA with the Ducks center, Ryan Getzlof and curriculum of the science behind hockey that can be used by educators, after school programs and parents.