LA Kings vs Vancouver Canucks

With over 300 days of sunshine, near-perfect weather and a diverse geographical landscape, Los Angeles offers an abundant range of sports and outdoor activities, making it the perfect place for sports fans to visit any time of the year.

And Canada’s national sport is getting a star-studded, sunny transformation next week as Discover Los Angeles, the city’s official tourism marketing organization, travels up the West coast to bring Hollywood Night—a hockey experience like none other—to Rogers Arena when the Vancouver Canucks take on the Los Angeles Kings on Tuesday, November 27.

“To celebrate L.A.’s mutual love of hockey with Canada, we are delighted to bring the warmth and diversity of Los Angeles to Vancouver for one night,” says Don Skeoch, Chief Marketing Officer at Discover Los Angeles.

“Our goal is to inspire Canucks fans to cheer on their team both at home AND in the sports capital of the world, L.A., where we boast storied franchises across every major sport, both professional and collegiate, and host some of the world’s biggest sporting events including the upcoming 2028 Olympics.”

Teaming up with Canucks Sports & Entertainment, Discover Los Angeles is giving fans at Rogers Arena a Hollywood-themed experience for the Canucks vs Kings game.

Feel like your favourite Hollywood stars for the night on Toyota Plaza’s red carpet (complete with a state-of-the-art HOLLYWOOD sign) and enter for a chance to win one of 10 trips to L.A. for you and a friend to watch the Canucks play the L.A. Kings at STAPLES Center!

Two green-screen photobooths inside Rogers Arena at will allow fans to pose for pictures with the Hollywood backdrop that best fits their vibe and share their #HollywoodNight experience with friends on social media.

There’s several chances to win throughout the night, so follow along and engage with Discover Los Angeles and the Canucks on social media using the hashtag #HollywoodNight. Winners will be announced during the game.

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