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The Los Angeles Kings spread some love Thursday to a fellow team from Los Angeles.
The Kings presented their fourth annual Dodgers Pride Night and among the many Dodgers-themed activities of the night, the one that stood out the most occurred before the game began.
The Kings wore special Dodgers-themed hockey jerseys during their warm ups.
LAKings in their @dodgers warm ups twitter.comLAKingsstatus LA Kings (@LAKings) April 19, 2013
The jerseys were later auctioned off at the Kings Care Foundation booth during the game.
The night included a commemorative LA Kings baseball giveaway and Dodgers Hall of Famer Tommy Lasorda also made an appearance, starting the game with the ceremonial puck drop.
.@tommylasorda drops the puck at the @lakings game. It's time for LAKings hockey: twitter.comDodgersstatus Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) April 19, 2013
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