LA Kings Deliver “Tricks and Treats” to Patients at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

LA Kings Deliver “Tricks and Treats” to Patients at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

LA Kings’ Halloween-themed annual team visit coincides with the club's three-year pledge of $450,000 to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

LA Kings players (from left to right) Alec Martinez, Dustin Brown, Drew Doughty and team mascot Bailey visit with patients at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles during the club’s annual team (Halloween-themed) visit on October 29, 2019.

LA Kings goalie Jack Campbell decorates pumpkins with patients and families at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles during the club’s annual team (Halloween-themed) visit on October 29, 2019.

LA Kings players Jack Campbell and Blake Lizotte decorate pumpkins with patients and families at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles during the club’s annual team (Halloween-themed) visit on October 29, 2019.

LA Kings mascot Bailey and LA Kings players visit patients at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles during the club’s annual team (Halloween-themed) visit on October 29, 2019.

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Wednesday, October 30, 2019 - 12:45pm

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AEG’s LA Kings spent the afternoon yesterday at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) visiting patients and families alongside the LA Kings Ice Crew and team mascot Bailey on Oct. 29.

During the Halloween-themed visit, the entire Kings roster spent the afternoon visiting patients’ rooms, signing autographs, taking photos and leading Halloween-themed arts and crafts. The team visit was in conjunction with the Kings’ longstanding relationship with CHLA and the club’s recent three-year pledge of $450,000 announced at the club’s 20th annual LA Kings Golf Tournament on Sept. 20.

The funds from the Kings’ donation will be used by the Department of Neurosurgery to refine diagnostics and explore new, non-surgical treatment methods for Hydrocephalus while the Department of Pathology will upgrade its equipment and deploy a new mobile blood van with Kings wrapping.