The Los Angeles Kings are two weeks away and will have a new addition to training camp rituals.
Los Angeles will be represented on a short series, “Behind the Glass,” as the organization plays its exhibition schedule.
The series, presented by both the NHL and the NHL Network, will premiere on Monday, October 2nd at 6 PM Pacific on the NHL Network.
Los Angeles, who will be in Australia for training camp as part of the 2023 NHL Global Series, will give fans a different look into how training camp is looked at by the organization, both on and off the ice.
Kings in Short Series About Training Camp
This kind of exposure will be good for the Kings as fans will be able to see the hard work that goes into making the team special and will give those who do not get to see the Kings on a regular basis. “Between the Glass” will also give the fans a behind-the-scenes look at the process players and management go through to select the best team possible out of camp to compete for a Stanley Cup.
The remaining “Behind the Glass” series episodes will be on Monday, October 9 at 6 p.m. Pacific and episode 3 will be on Monday, October 16th at 6 pm. All episodes will be on Pacific time and will re-air at 9 p.m. that night.
The Kings exhibition schedule looks like this:
- Friday, September 22 vs. Arizona Coyotes in Melbourne, Australia
- Saturday, September 23 vs. Arizona Coyotes in Melbourne, Australia
The Kings road exhibition schedule looks like this:
- Sunday, September 24 at Anaheim Ducks
- Wednesday, September 27 at Vegas Golden Knights
- Friday, September 29 at Anaheim Ducks
- Saturday, September 30 at San Jose Sharks
The Kings’ home exhibition schedule looks like this:
- Tuesday, October 3 vs. Anaheim Ducks
- Thursday, October 5 vs. San Jose Sharks
- Saturday, October 7 vs. Vegas Golden Knights
The “Behind the Glass” series, without a doubt, will capture some interesting moments as Los Angeles prepares for another intense season.
With a new season comes new hope to be another long, successful season.
The Kings will open the 2023-24 NHL season at Crypto.com arena against the Colorado Avalanche.
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