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ENOUGH: LA Kings President Says 'We Need to Do More'

After the senseless Thousand Oaks tragedy, the LA Kings stood with city of Los Angeles, the Minnesota Wild and the entire hockey community

by LA Kings @LAKings / LAKings.com

During the matchup between the LA Kings and the Minnesota Wild on Thursday, both teams came together to honor the victims involved in the senseless tragedy in Thousand Oaks the night before.

Kings President Luc Robitaille and the entire organization had one strong message to deliver: ENOUGH.

Video: MIN@LAK: Kings and Wild hold moment of silence

"It isn't enough for every sports organization to just do a moment of silence," said Robitaille. "We need to do more."

"As an organization, we want to make a difference to try to stop the violence."

Video: MIN@LAK: Luc Robitaille on Thousand Oaks tragedy

Tweet from @andylassner: I love this team.I love this message. ���ENOUGH��� https://t.co/AIf6CEVZJg

Tweet from @mnwild: The hockey family stands together. Our deepest condolences to the Thousand Oaks community. pic.twitter.com/TedLsWQIPO

Both Kings and Wild players were proud to hold up "ENOUGH" signs before joining the arena to recognize the victims in a moment of silence.

In addition, both teams wore "ENOUGH" stickers on their helmets.

Tweet from @LAKings: An incredible moment. #ENOUGH pic.twitter.com/sHmxaPLqqs

Tweet from @LAKings: Tonight, the LA Kings and Minnesota Wild share in the goal to amplify the message that acts of this nature cannot be accepted in our world. #ENOUGH pic.twitter.com/XDErFFA8Ct

Tweet from @Patrick_ONeal: It���s been an emotional broadcast but I���m just grateful I was able to express my sadness and support for all the victims of the Thousand Oaks tragedy. I respect the message Luc and the #LAKings are sending #Enough.

Tweet from @sarah_bangs: We could feel the emotion in Burbank.

Tweet from @LAKings: The LA Kings wives and girlfriends joined the organization in expressing that enough is enough ��������#ENOUGH pic.twitter.com/HVtwk8CbGw

At the game, fans were able to make an appointment to donate blood at the Children's Hospital Los Angeles.

If you weren't able to make it to the game, you can still schedule an appointment online!

Schedule an appointment to donate blood

Tweet from @LAKings: Tonight, do your part by stopping by the @ChildrensLA booth outside at Star Plaza and making an appointment to donate blood. Plus, you���ll be entered to win tickets to an LA Kings game. pic.twitter.com/ceJg11H4w1

Tweet from @LAKings: Buy a 50/50 raffle ticket now! Proceeds will benefit the Ventura County Family Foundation and the players will match that donation. #ENOUGH pic.twitter.com/2kcTXaBngQ

The Kings will also donate all proceeds from the game's 50-50 Raffle to the Ventura County Family Foundation.

In addition to that, the Kings players will match the proceeds from the 50-50 raffle and donate the funds to the Ventura County Family Foundation.

We encourage you to do the same if you can.

Donate to the Ventura County Family Association

Tweet from @NateThompson44: #ThousandsOaks 🙏💙

Tweet from @tytoff16: So heartbreaking to wake up to the terrible news in Thousand Oaks. Sending my condolences to the families and friends of the victims.

Tweet from @AnzeKopitar: Thinking of the precious lives lost last night. My heart goes out to all those who lost family and loved ones in Thousand Oaks. ������🙏

Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone affected by this event.

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