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TRADE: LA Kings Trade Tanner Pearson for Carl Hagelin

The LA Kings have acquired forward Carl Hagelin from the Pittsburgh Penguins in exchange for forward Tanner Pearson

by LA Kings @LAKings / LAKings.com

The LA Kings have acquired forward Carl Hagelin from the Pittsburgh Penguins in exchange for forward Tanner Pearson, Kings Vice President and General Manager Rob Blake announced today. 

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LA Kings 'ENOUGH' T-shirts Now on Sale

When you join the LA Kings in wearing an 'ENOUGH' shirt, all proceeds will benefit the Ventura County Community Foundation

by LA Kings @LAKings / LAKings.com

On November 8, the LA Kings held a pre-game moment of silence to honor the victims of the Thousand Oaks tragedy that took place on November 7.  

During the moment of silence, the Kings players, coaches, and staff all held signs with the word 'ENOUGH' on them. Now, Team LA has created a t-shirt to honor the victims of this senseless tragedy.

Video: MIN@LAK: Kings honor Thousand Oaks victims

The Kings 'ENOUGH' t-shirts are now available at the Team LA Store, with all proceeds benefiting the Ventura County Community Foundation.

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Los Angeles Sports Teams Join LA Kings in Saying ENOUGH

Sports teams throughout Southern California came together to do their part reflecting on the tragedies in Thousand Oaks, proving some things are bigger than sports

by LA Kings @LAKings / LAKings.com

The sports teams of Los Angeles rallied together after two heartbeaking events in the Thousand Oaks community this week.

First, the LA Kings, Anaheim Ducks, LA Clippers and LA Lakers responded to the tragedy that took place this past Wednesday with the words "ENOUGH."

Then, the LA Rams, who practice in Thousand Oaks, offered support for both the shooting victims as well as those dealing with the recent wildfire in the area. 

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Top 5 Plays of the Week: #ENOUGH

Through a difficult week, the LA Kings came together to take a stand against violence

by LA Kings @LAKings / LAKings.com

In the last week, there's been a world of change for LA Kings hockey and current events that hit close to home for all of LA.

But through it all, the Kings players and front office came together for a week filled with making a statement on and off the ice.
 

Check out the Top 5 Plays of the Week:
 
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LA Kings Honored Military Members at Salute to Service Night

In celebration of Veteran's Day, the LA Kings hosted over 600 military members and their families at the annual Salute to Service Night

by Kings Care Foundation @LAKingsCare / LAKings.com

Including the team's Salute to Service Night presented by BELFOR Property Restoration on Saturday, the LA Kings had a weekend of programming in support of Veteran's Day.

To kick things off, on Friday 20 Kings and AEG staff simultaneously installed solar panels on four low-income single family homes with the help of Grid Alternatives. The installation was performed under the guidance of several US Armed Forces Veterans who received job training through Grid's "Solar For Troops" workforce development program. This G.O.A.L.S. event took place with the support of Blue Shield of California.

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Cal Petersen Recalled from Reign, Jack Campbell Out 4-to-6 Weeks

Petersen set to join Kings for today's practice, Campbell recovers from surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his knee

by LA Kings @LAKings / LAKings.com

The LA Kings have recalled goaltender Cal Petersen from the Ontario Reign, Kings Vice President and General Manager Rob Blake announced this morning.

Petersen is expected to practice with the Kings this morning.

Kings goaltender Jack Campbell suffered a meniscus tear in his knee that requires surgery. He is considered week-to-week after the surgery with recovery time expected to be four-to-six weeks. He was injured during the Kings game against the Calgary Flames on Saturday.

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PODCAST: Flames Postgame

Jack Jablonski and Dave Joseph join host Jesse Cohen following the LA Kings' loss to the Calgary Flames

by LA Kings @LAKings / LAKings.com

Jack Campbell made 35 stops to keep the Kings in the game until the final buzzer Saturday night at STAPLES Center. However, they fell to the Calgary Flames 1-0, which was the first time they have been shutout this season. 

Jack Jablonski and Dave Joseph joined host Jesse Cohen following the disappointing game to speculate about options for the future.

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Tweets of the Game: Couldn't Take the Heat

The Calgary Flames were in town on Saturday night for another special edition of Hockey Night in Los Angeles

by LA Kings @LAKings / LAKings.com

Back for the second week of Hockey Night in Los Angeles... this time with Kevin Ryder!

Tweet from @LAKings: Hockey Night in LA fun with @thekevinryder 👌 #HNILA pic.twitter.com/0kHMkILYZz

Tweet from @FoxSportsWest: If it's Saturday night, it's Hockey Night in Los Angeles!@thekevinryder joins us NEXT on FOX Sports West!Stream now 📲 https://t.co/hX8iTdeUbr pic.twitter.com/mAl45dasGe

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What's New at STAPLES Center this Season

From new menu items, to new game presentation elements, to new personalities, there's no shortage of freshness at LA Kings games this season

by LA Kings @LAKings / LAKings.com

Fans that have made it to an LA Kings game already this season have been privy to the plethora of new features that the Kings and STAPLES Center have debuted for the new year.

From new menu items, to new game presentation elements, to new personalities, there's no shortage of freshness at Kings games this season. 

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Jake Muzzin on Thousand Oaks Shooting, Pushing for Positive Change

The LA Kings defenseman shares how he found out about the tragedy, and that the team has been talking about how they can use their platform to make a change

by LA Kings @LAKings / LAKings.com

Following the tragic events in Thousand Oaks on Wednesday, the LA Kings came together with the collective message "ENOUGH" prior to their match-up against the Minnesota Wild on Thursday.

Both teams wore "ENOUGH" stickers on their helmets and held up placards during the moment of silence.

"If we can use our platform to maybe make a change, then I think we're trying to do our part," defenseman Jake Muzzin said.

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