Dodger Pride Night With The Los Angeles Kings
The entire night at STAPLES Center will be filled with Dodgers-themed activities, starting with the ceremonial puck drop by Dodger Manager Don Mattingly. Dodgers and baseball themed contests, promotions and giveaways will be held during the game and intermissions. Former Dodgers will also be on-hand signing autographs on the concourse. In addition, a number of the Dodgers’ top minor league prospects, who are in town for their annual Winter Development Program, will be in attendance.
The Kings Ice Crew and mascot Bailey will be sporting their True Blue colors, wearing Dodgers jerseys and baseball caps. Dodgers highlights will also be shown on the Jumbotron throughout the night, along with Kings-Dodgers videos produced by Kings Vision.
Ticket packages, which start at $23, include a ticket and a limited edition Dodgers Pride Night puck. Upgrades are available and groups of 15-or-more can save upwards of $9 per ticket. For more ticket information, visit LAKings.com/dodgers or call 888-KINGS-LA.
TWITTER AND FACEBOOK CONTESTS:
The Kings and Dodgers have also announced the following Twitter and Facebook contests leading up to Dodgers Pride Night:
James Loney autographed baseball will be given away today (Monday) on the Kings Twitter account. To enter the contest follow the Kings Twitter account (@LAKings) today and follow the instructions. Wayne Simmonds autographed puck will be given away Tuesday on the Dodgers Twitter account. To enter the contest follow the Dodgers Twitter account (@dodgers) and follow the instructions. VIP contest on Kings Facebook account: Fans can enter for a prize package that includes: two lower level seats for the game, pre-game dinner at the San Manuel Club, VIP passes to the Chairman’s Room, meet-and-greet with Kings President of Business Operations Luc Robitaille and the Dodgers prospects at the game, James Loney autographed baseball and team-signed Kings jersey. To enter the contest fans must join the Kings Facebook account at www.facebook.com/LAKings. The winner will be chosen at random.
The Dodgers held “My Town Kings-Dodgers Night” at Dodger Stadium July 9 when Dustin Brown threw out the ceremonial first pitch to Matt Greene, the honorary catcher. To view highlights from this game as well as other moments of the Kings-Dodgers relationship over the years, visit www.LAKings.com/dodgers.
The Kings continue their eight-game homestand tonight (Monday) against Toronto, with game-time from STAPLES Center set for 7:30 p.m. The Kings will host St. Louis Thursday at 7:30 p.m. and Edmonton Saturday at 7 p.m. All three games will broadcast on FS West, KTLK AM 1150 and along the Kings Radio Network.