The Los Angeles Kings will hold a special "Adam Deadmarsh Night" as part of the club's March 20 game against the Colorado Avalanche at STAPLES Center.
Deadmarsh, who played for the Kings and Avalanche during his 10-year NHL career before retiring last month due to a concussion, will be honored during the game by both clubs.
"Adam played a tremendous role for us during the time he was here and represented the Kings at the highest levels both on and off the ice. This will be a great opportunity for our fans to show their appreciation for his true dedication and outstanding play during his time with our organization. It will be a great night for Adam, his family, and most importantly, our fans," said Kings President, Hockey Operations/General Manager Dave Taylor .
More details on "Adam Deadmarsh Night" will be forthcoming in the coming weeks.