On Tuesday, the LA Kings attended Children's Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) for their annual hospital visit - and this time it was Halloween-themed!
The team brought out their best costumes for the kids, with Jack Skellington, a group of Hula dancers, some turkeys, clowns, a Lakers player, and a cowboy showing up.
A few of the players even dressed up as... hockey players. 🤷♀️🤷♂️
The team visited several floors of the hospital to hand out goodies and visit with patients, before ending the day by decorating mini-pumpkins and playing mini-sticks with the kids.
Over the Kings and CHLA's 30-year partnership, the Kings Care Foundation has donated $2.5 million in support of CHLA's departments of Pathology and Neurosurgery.
As a result of that support, CHLA has been able to fund research related to the impact of blood transfusions on children's genes as well as research on Brain Tumors, Hydrocephalus and Functional Neurosurgery.