The Los Angeles King and Minnesota Wildlife players often remembered that the two were in the face of another death in the United States.
Participants added the word "Enough".
During the night between the King of Los Angeles and the Minnesota Savage, all players placed the sign with the word "Quite quiet minute." This was manifested in the violence when a former navy soldier arrived in Los Angeles a day earlier and killed 13 people.
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During the campaign there was a king in the arena.
"All the Los Angeles Kings and our organization are deeply disturbed and affected by this brutal and brutal violence in our city. Our thoughts are with the victims and their families. We want all thousands of oak powers and peace, we share their sorrows," writes the Los Angeles Kings.
There were four bells on the glacier, Jonas Brodin and Joel Eriksson Ek in Minnesota and the Los Angeles King Oskar Fantenberg and Adrian Kempe.
Tonight, the LA Kings and Minnesota Wild part aims to reinforce the message that this kind of activity can not accept our world. #ENOUGH pic.twitter.com/XDErFFA8Ct
– LA Kings (@ LAKings)
November 9, 2018
It defeated Minnesota 3-1 after Zach Parise's escalation and made his 700 point NHL.
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