2014 Stadium Series at Dodger Stadium: Media Free Skate and Game – In Photos

The ice at Dodger Stadium was first tested on January 22 with a free
skate, and a game played on it shortly thereafter.
Photo: David Sheehan/FrozenRoyalty.net
LOS ANGELES — The media, followed not long after by alumni and staff of the Anaheim Ducks and Los Angeles Kings, along with some of their broadcast staff and a handful of celebrities in what was inaccurately called an “alumni” game, were the first to skate on the ice at Dodger Stadium, prior to Saturday’s Stadium Series game between the Ducks and the Kings (6:30 PM PST; televised nationally on the NBC Sports Network).

Photographer David Sheehan was on the players bench the whole time, shooting photos of both the free skate and the game. Aside from a handful of photos taken by yours truly, the following photo essay features his great photos from the evening. Enjoy!

2014 NHL Stadium Series at Dodger Stadium: Media Free Skate and Game – In Photos

54 photos by David Sheehan and Gann Matsuda; ©2014 FrozenRoyalty.net. All rights reserved. Duplication, re-distribution prohibited without explicit permission. Click on any photo to view a larger image, and to scroll through the galery.

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