The Kings and Galaxy will do it the same day
Ice hockey and soccer will be go together to the White House to be honored when the Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings and Major League Soccer champion Los Angeles Galaxy visit in what will be the first time two professional championship teams will be feted at one White House ceremony, said Kings Governor Tim Leiweke Thursday.
A tentative date has been proposed and "we're waiting for the president to see if that works for his schedule," Leiweke said at a Staples Center news conference to discuss the team's plans for the season.
Also, seems Tim bragged last summer when he and the Galaxy were at the White House for the Galaxy's championship, that the Kings would be here next year
When we were with him (President Barack Obama) last year with the Galaxy, I told him we'd be back," Leiweke said. "Then I saw him during the campaign and we laughed about the fact we predicted we'd be back." The Galaxy and Kings are owned by the Anschutz Entertainment Group.
I also like the fact they are hanging the banner from the rafters to leave room for
all the future banners.
Last edited by deeshamrock: 01-11-2013 at 11:39 AM.