The LA Kings are the last team in the NHL to hold a fair in the same state it hosts the Stanley Cup finals.
In the meantime, the team has made the annual pilgrimage to Fair Oaks, California, to host a game against the Minnesota Wild on Thursday.
This year, the Kings are playing the third game of a four-game road trip to the state that is home to Fairmont Fairmont Elementary School.
The game will be played at the Fair Oaks Coliseum.
The next game is Friday, Oct. 11 against the Los Angeles Kings at Staples Center.
The Kings’ first fair was held at the Rosemont Fairgrounds in Rosemont, California on Sept. 20, 2019.
This year’s fair, held at Rosemont Gardens, is the second time in six years the team is holding a fair.
It was held in April 2018 when the Kings played the San Jose Sharks.
Lakers forward Jared Boll is the youngest player in the league to be drafted in the first round.
While this year’s event is a little early for the NHL, it will be in keeping with the league’s new partnership with the Fair Lakes Education Foundation, which helps educate the public about education.
The Fair Lakes Fair has hosted many events to promote education since the foundation was formed in the 1970s, said Fair Lakes principal, Mike Schmoe.
The league is partnering with Fair Lakes to host another event this year, but the event will be held on a larger scale.
For the Kings, the fair will be a chance to interact with children in a different way.
It will be their first opportunity to hold their own fair.
“We’re really excited about this, and it’s an opportunity for the entire city to come together and learn and be part of a positive program,” said Schmoes son, Eric Schmöe, a captain for the Kings.