Even In A Crowd Of More Than 300,000, LA Kings Fan Greg Akahoshi’s Energy, Enthusiasm and Loyalty Stand Out
June 25, 2014 13 Comments
2014 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIP WRAP-UP: Final installment (Part 7) of Frozen Royalty’s wrap-up of the Los Angeles Kings winning the 2014 Stanley Cup Championship and the ensuing celebration.
LOS ANGELES — When you walk the concourses at Staples Center during a Los Angeles Kings game, the diversity of the fan base is on display for all to see. To be sure, fans from all walks of life, and all levels of devotion, occupy Staples Center when the Kings are in town, including those who have been around since the first days of the franchise in 1967, to brand new ones who some derisively refer to as bandwagoners. There are fans present who you’d want to embrace and celebrate (or commiserate) with, and those you might look at funny and avoid.
In short, Kings fans run the gamut of just about every descriptive trait that you can think of. That was also apparent, and on a much larger scale, during the 2014 Stanley Cup Championship parade in Downtown Los Angeles on June 16, 2014, celebrating the Kings winning their second Stanley Cup in the last three seasons on June 13, at Staples Center.