Los Angeles Kings Players Pay Tribute To 9/11 Victims

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Former Los Angeles Kings Player Luc Robitaille and Los Angeles Kings... Photo d'actualité11 septembre,Accident de transport,Avion,Catastrophe aérienne,Championnat nord-américain de hockey sur glace,Contrôle,Défaite,Détournement d'avion,Grenat,Haut-lieu touristique international,Hockey,Hockey sur glace,Horizontal,Identité,Lieu de l'accident,Los Angeles,Los Angeles Kings,Manhattan,Match de groupe,Message écrit et lettre de l'alphabet,New York City,Peste bubonique,Précédent,Sport,Sport amateur,Surveillance,Tim Leiweke,Tour,Voler,World Trade Centre - Manhattan,États-Unis,Être étenduPhotographer Collection: National Hockey League 2012 NHLINEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 12: Former Los Angeles Kings Player Luc Robitaille and Los Angeles Kings Governor Tim Leiweke lay a plague at the reflexting pool above the engraved names of Garnet 'Ace' Bailey, the Kings' director of pro scouting, and amateur scout Mark Bavis in lower Manhattan at the World Trade Center site on September 12, 2012 in New York City.The Los Angeles Kings felt the loss of Garnet 'Ace' Bailey, the Kings' director of pro scouting, and amateur scout Mark Bavis when hijackers took control of their scheduled Boston-to-Los Angeles flight and crashed the plane into the south tower of New York's World Trade Center. (Photo by Mike Stobe/NHLI via Getty Images)