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