LOS ANGELES -- When the Kings and the Ducks take the ice at Dodger Stadium in January's outdoor game, the moment will undoubtedly be surreal for all involved but it will hold a little more significance for Emerson Etem.
As a Long Beach native, the second-year Ducks' winger grew up a Dodger fan going to several games a year at Chavez Ravine. Even now, Etem still frequents Dodger Stadium during the offseason. And while playing near his hometown in Anaheim's Honda Center has been a dream come true, the experience of playing at Dodger Stadium in front of more than 55,000 fans is one he's still trying to grasp.
"To be honest, no words can describe what I'm going to be feeling," Etem said. "You come to a historic stadium like this and to have something like this be possible, it's quite amazing."
Etem continued to shake his head in awe Thursday, standing near the interlocking LA behind the Dodger Stadium home plate. Several players from both the Ducks and the Kings and others involved w...