This has been an exciting and unprecedented time for sports fans in the Los Angeles area, with the Kings, Lakers and Clippers in the playoffs, the Dodgers being sold to the group fronted by Magic Johnson and the Angels getting a no-hitter Wednesday from local product Jered Weaver.
Although the playoffs in any sport demand a heightened intensity, several players on the Kings said Thursday theyve been keeping an eye on the other local teams and are hoping they can all find success this spring.
"Here in L.A. it seems like theres a lot going on but its good, too. Were getting a little bit more exposure here in the city, defenseman Alec Martinez said Thursday morning at Staples Center as the Kings prepared to face the St. Louis Blues in Game 3 of their second-round series.
We have great fans already, but if we can get more people interested thats great. Wed love to have them out at the games. They help us out a lot.
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