A giant donut is the Kings' biggest fan
MAY 25, 2014 4:35p ET
The Los Angeles Kings aren't afraid of some transformation.
After all, they did play the first-ever regular season outdoor hockey game in Southern California on the mound of Dodger Stadium.
So what's next on the list of things to convert?
The Kings went to one of Southern Caifornia's most famous landmarks. Randy's Donuts' iconic giant donut that rests on it's roof has been converted into a puck for the remainder of the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs. The puck dons the Kings logo with the popular chant in L.A., "Go Kings Go."
"Randy's Donuts is honored and excited to partner with the Kings and to transform our iconic donut into a special Kings hockey puck in support of this historic run toward the Stanley Cup. The hope is our sign stays a puck throughout the playoffs, culminating with another Stanley Cup victory for the L.A. Kings," said co-owner of Randy's Donuts Larry Weintraub in a team statement.