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