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President Obama Honors Los Angeles Kings, LA Galaxy For Championship Seasons At White House – VIDEO

VIDEO: If you missed the White House ceremony honoring the Los Angeles Kings and the LA Galaxy for their championship seasons, you can watch it here! Also includes video of White House interviews with Jonathan Quick and Willie Mitchell.


The Los Angeles Kings of the National Hockey League and the LA Galaxy of Major League Soccer, both owned by Anschutz Entertainment Group, were honored by President Obama at the White House on March 26, 2013. Kings captain Dustin Brown (left) is shown here presenting a jersey to the President.
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LOS ANGELES — The celebratory atmosphere surrounding the 2012 Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings took longer to subside than it normally would have for a Stanley Cup Champion, thanks to the delayed start to the new season, courtesy of the latest National Hockey League lockout.

But that atmosphere was back on March 26, when the Kings and the LA Galaxy of Major League Soccer were honored at the White House for their championship seasons by the President of the United States, Barack Obama.

After entering the East Room at the White House, accompanied by Kings head coach Darryl Sutter, and Galaxy head coach Bruce Arena, President Obama opened the festivities by recognizing the LA Galaxy, who have won back-to-back MLS Cup Championships.

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NHL’s Instigator Rule, Shot Blocking and The White House Are All On The Minds of the LA Kings

EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Includes exclusive video of interviews with Colin Fraser, Jarret Stoll and head coach Darryl Sutter.


Can Darryl Sutter make a smooth transition from head coach of the
Los Angeles Kings to Washington lobbyist?
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EL SEGUNDO, CA — One day after their 4-3 loss at San Jose, a game in which defensive lapses and turnovers proved too costly, the Los Angeles Kings, who are in the midst of a 17-games-in-31-days stretch this month, held an optional skate.

Most of the players took the opportunity to practice, but several key players, including Dustin Brown, Jeff Carter, Drew Doughty, Anze Kopitar, Rob Scuderi, Jarret Stoll, and Slava Voynov used the time to rest and recover.

After practice, the big hit by San Jose Sharks center Andrew Desjardins on Kings center Colin Fraser early in the second period at San Jose, along with the response by Kings rookie defenseman Jake Muzzin, was the main topic of discussion.

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