LA Rams Kobie Turner belts out National Anthem at Kings-Sharks game

LA Rams rookies Turner, Puka Nacua and Steve Avila received “Kings” welcome at Crypto.com Arena

Los Angeles Rams nose tackle rookie Kobie Turner sings the National Anthem at the Los Angeles Kings match against San Jose Sharks at Crypto.com Arena in California, US on January 22, 2024. — X/@LAKings

The Los Angeles Rams nose tackle rookie Kobie Turner on Monday belted out a beautiful rendition of the United States National anthem to kick off “Rams Night” at the National Hockey League’s LA Kings match against San Jose Sharks.

In a spectacular display of talent and patriotism, the atmosphere turned electric as Turner’s soulful voice echoed through the arena, setting the perfect tone for the thrilling game that followed.

Ex-Rams running back and Pro Football Hall of Fame Marshall Faulk dropped the puck marking the beginning of a fierce battle between the Kings and the Sharks, Sportskeeda reported

Turner, accompanied by record-setting rookie receiver Puka Nacua and fellow rookie and football guard Steve Avila, received a “Kings” welcome at the Crypto.com Arena to celebrate Rams night as the Kings hosted the Sharks for the face-off.

Nacua also took a ride on the Zamboni, highlighting the unity among the various sports in the city.

Quentin Byfield’s goal brought the Kings back into the game, tying the score at 2-2. The Sharks maintained a 3-2 lead in the third period with a goal from J Bailey, but Drew Doughty scored the equaliser for the Kings.

It seems that the Rams rookie trio enjoyed a fun hockey night as Nacua shared a video of them hyping up the fans.

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