On Tuesday, January 14, 2014, the National Hockey League, Los Angeles Kings and Anaheim Ducks will unveil their donation to Los Angeles- and Anaheim-area elementary schools as a legacy for the upcoming 2014 NHL Stadium Series game between the two clubs on January 25.
On January 14 at 1:30pm PST, Los Angeles-based Graham Elementary School, one of the 50 schools in Southern California to benefit from this legacy, will host the unveiling. This will be followed by a street hockey clinic for 120 fourth graders led by Kings forwards Matt Frattin, Tyler Toffoli and Tanner Pearson in addition to Ducks defensemen Cam Fowler and Hampus Lindholm.
In addition to the aforementioned players, those to be in attendance will be Ken Martin, NHL Vice President of Community & Diversity Programming, Sean O’Donnell, Kings Manager of Fan Development & Alumni Relations and Ducks Chief Operating Officer Tim Ryan. Bailey and Wild Wing, the respective mascots of the Kings and Ducks, will also be in attendance.
This event should be a fun day for both clubs, the NHL and especially the fans as everyone gets progressively excited as the much-anticipated outdoor game draws closer.