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Kings hold moment of silence to honor victims of Thousand Oaks shooting

Also wear helmet decals and raise funds for Ventura County Foundation

by Daniel O'Leary @DanOLeary25 / Staff Writer

Kings, Wild remember victims

MIN@LAK: Kings and Wild hold moment of silence

The Kings and Wild hold up "ENOUGH" signs and have a moment of silence to pay respects to the victims in Thousand Oaks, California

  • 02:21 •

The Los Angeles Kings held a moment of silence at Staples Center before their game against the Minnesota Wild on Thursday to honor the victims of the shooting in Thousand Oaks, California on Wednesday.

Twelve peolpe were killed at Borderline Bar and Grill, including a Ventura County deputy sherriff.

Players from the Kings and Wild held up signs that said "Enough" before the game. They also wore the "Enough" decal on their helmets.

Tweet from @LAKings: "I think at some point we all looked at each other and said: 'It's enough.' We've got to stop the violence. It's not enough for every sports organization to just do a moment of silence. We need to do more."- Luc Robitaille, LA Kings President

Kings president Luc Robitaille spoke during an intermission interview about the Kings' plans to pay tribute to victims and how the team will stay involved with campaigns to end gun violence

Tweet from @mnwild: The hockey family stands together. Our deepest condolences to the Thousand Oaks community.

Tweet from @LAKings: Enough. ������

There was also a special 50/50 raffle on Thursday.

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

Money raised will benefit the Ventura County Family Foundation and the total donation will be matched by Kings players.

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