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LA Kings Staff Installed Solar Panels with Grid Alternatives

This Initiative Effectively Prevents CO2 Emissions and Cuts Costs for a Low-Income Los Angeles Family

by Kings Care Foundation @LAKingsCare / LAKings.com

On Tuesday, November 7th, as part of LA Kings Green, the LA Kings and the Kings Care Foundation participated in GRID Alternatives' Los Angeles Solarthon 2017. Throughout Solarthon 2017, an 8-day initiative, solar power was provided to multiple veteran and low-income families in the Greater Los Angeles area, cutting their electric bills immensely. 

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Lightning to participate in 'Go Green Sports Night' for home opener

by Press Release / TampaBayLightning.com

TAMPA BAY - The Tampa Bay Lightning announced details for 'Go Green Sports Night' for the team's home opener against the Florida Panthers this evening at AMALIE Arena. The Bolts will participate in the Green Sports Alliance's special night, which entails spreading the word about the efforts athletes, fans and organizations are making to lessen their footprint on our planet. 

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Hurricanes and Resolute Take Sustainability to the Next Level

Partnership successfully reduces energy consumption and costs at PNC Arena

by Rosie Wells @NHLCanes / Carolina Hurricanes News Release

RALEIGH, NC - As part of the National Hockey League's Green initiative, the Carolina Hurricanes have partnered with Michigan-based Resolute Building Intelligence. This partnership will further grow the Hurricanes' approach to reduce annual energy consumption and costs while improving fan comfort at PNC Arena. With Resolute's cloud-based energy management solution, the Hurricanes are now able to collect and analyze arena performance data in real-time, and use this data to develop and implement strategies to improve arena operations.

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Wild Unveils New 'This Is Our Ice' Tradition

Harkening to team's homegrown hockey legacy, ice at Xcel Energy Center will include water contributed by fans from their favorite hockey ponds, lakes and rinks throughout the season

by Minnesota Wild @mnwild / Wild.com

ST. PAUL -- The Minnesota Wild today announced a new tradition: The ice sheet at Xcel Energy Center will include water contributed by fans from their local hockey ponds, lakes and rinks. Starting this season, water collected from around the State of Hockey will be brought to the arena, filtered and frozen into the ice.

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LA Kings Honored for 'Commitment to Sustainable Community'

The LA Kings will be honored for their commitment to a sustainable community by the Green Sports Alliance at the annual Green Sports Celebration on Wednesday

by LA Kings @LAKings / LAKings.com

The Green Sports Alliance will present its annual Environmental Leadership Award and Environmental Innovators of the Year awards, the highlight of its annual Green Sports Celebration, on Wednesday evening in Sacramento.

The LA Kings will be honored for their commitment to a sustainable community.

The awards, now in their sixth year, recognize and celebrate the best in sports and sustainability. In addition, the LA Galaxy will be honored then as well.

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Sharks Foundation Promotes Environmental Awareness in April

$127,000 Was Donated to Help the Cause

by Missy Zielinski @SharksCare / @sharkscare

In April, the Sharks Foundation celebrated its Environmental Awareness initiative, leaving its mark everywhere from the beach to the heart of downtown San Jose. 

To kick-off the campaign, the Foundation partnered with Plantronics and Save Our Shores to host a clean-up at Cowell Beach in Santa Cruz on April 5.

Throughout the afternoon, nearly 50 volunteers collected more than 60 pounds of trash, while recycling five pounds of items collected just off the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk. At the conclusion of the clean-up, the Foundation presented Save Our Shores with a check for $5,000 to continue its efforts in protecting and preserving the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary.

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LA Kings Green: Team Launches Sustainable Initiatives

Program aims to bring more awareness to the most critical environmental issues

by LA Kings PR @LAKingsPR / LAKings.com

The LA Kings today announced their latest initiative: LA Kings Green, an umbrella program to encompass the team's sustainable initiatives.

In recognition that environmental issues directly impact hockey, a sport that is often learned atop of frozen ponds, LA Kings Green aims to bring more awareness to the most critical environmental issues and will continue to drive positive impact through arena operations as well as fan and community engagement. The program is proudly supported by Waste Management.

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NHL, Green Sports Alliance making impact

League lauded for efforts to utilize alternative energy sources

by Jon Lane @JonLaneNHL / NHL.com Staff Writer

On a personal level, Green Sports Alliance Executive Director Justin J. Zeulner has a 12-year-old daughter who as a figure skater spends hours in community facilities. With thousands of people interacting on a sheet of ice on a monthly basis, Zeulner sees first-hand the importance of what the NHL has helped accomplish since becoming a member of the Alliance in June 2011.

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NHL taking water conservation to higher level

Bonneville Environmental Foundation says partnership with League exceeding expectations

by Jon Lane @JonLaneNHL / NHL.com Staff Writer

Excitement was in the air on June 1, 2011, when the NHL and the Bonneville Environmental Foundation (BEF) unveiled the NHL Water Restoration Project through NHL Green, the League's sustainability initiative committed to improving hockey's environmental impact. The partnership between the League and BEF, a nonprofit provider of market-based solutions designed to help businesses and organizations balance their carbon and water footprints, made the 2011 Stanley Cup Final the first water-neutral series in its history.

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Mike Richter continues work with NHL Green

Former Rangers goaltender helping to lower energy costs at rinks

by Dan Rosen @drosennhl / NHL.com Senior Writer

Former New York Rangers goalie Mike Richter helped push the NHL to promote environmental initiatives seven years ago. It's part of how NHL Green began in 2010. 

Now that the League, which is celebrating its second annual Green Week from March 11-17, is the 26th largest user of green power in the United States and the only sports league to appear on the top 100 list, according the Environmental Protection Agency's Green Power Partnership, Richter is promoting its latest endeavor to bring the message and practices to the community level.

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