Randy's Donuts in Inglewood, California has partnered with the LA Kings in their drive for another Stanley Cup championship. The donut stand partnered with the NHL team to turn their iconic giant Donut which is a landmark on the I-405 freeway into something approximating a hockey puck.
The LA Kings have a long association with Inglewood, as the team played at the Forum of Inglewood for 32 years before moving to their current home at the Staples Center in 1999.
Larry Weintrub, a co-owner of Randy's Donuts, expressed his intent to keep his landmark clad with a faux puck veneer until victory of bust. Randy's donuts put some icing on their partnership with the Kings by giving away a free glazed donut to all Kings fans on Tuesday May 27th between 8 to 9 am.
LA Kings fans are one win away from playing for Lord Stanley's Cup, as the hold a 3-1 lead over the Chicago Black Hawks in the Western Conference finals.