Kings honor Bailey, Bavis

Due to the labor negotiations, NHL players and ownership representatives have been gathering in New York this week. That gave several members of the organization a chance to visit the 9/11 Memorial and pay tribute to Ace Bailey and Mark Bavis. First, Kings governor Tim Leiweke and president Luc Robitaille visited the memorial yesterday. Today, a group of players went to the memorial site. Both groups brought along a special plaque made to honor Bailey and Bavis. (The inscription, in case it’s too small to read, says, “From your friends at the L.A. Kings. You were with us every step of the way.”) Here are some pictures from the memorial…

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