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Kings Hockey Players Jarret Stoll, Matt Greene Receive Accolade

Los Angeles Kings COO Kelly Cheeseman, defenseman Matt Greene, Hermosa Beach Mayor Patrick "Kit" Bobko and center Jarret Stoll.
Los Angeles Kings COO Kelly Cheeseman, defenseman Matt Greene, Hermosa Beach Mayor Patrick "Kit" Bobko and center Jarret Stoll.

Los Angeles Kings players Matt Greene and Jarret Stoll made a public appearance at the City Council meeting last Tuesday to accept a commendation as “Champions." The two ice hockey stars live in Hermosa Beach.

“We are proud that Matt and Jarret chose Hermosa Beach as their home and thank them for being positive role models for our City both on and off the ice," said Mayor Patrick "Kit" Bobko. City Council has been recognizing residents and organizations at the the beginning of council meetings in recognition of "innovators, champions, and iconoclasts." 

The Kings, who won their first Stanley Cup in 2012, celebrated that victory on Pier Plaza that summer, bringing thousands of fans and well wishers out to see players.

Joel Cooper August 20, 2013 at 04:30 PM
Ah yes, David Cohn, aka the village idiot. Greene has way too much integrity to ever be in the same room with him.
Frank Hallstein August 20, 2013 at 09:02 PM
I find it kind of funny that a guy named Richard Handy (Dick Handy) would be talking about a reach around ! That could have been one of Cohn's treasured moments !
H. Schwartz August 21, 2013 at 10:32 AM
I find it kind of funny that after Cohn's completely off topic gratuitous comments about oil and his immature schoolboy reference to women's hygiene, Liz is conspicuously absent. Careful Liz, your bias is showing, and as for you Jeff Cohn, keep it up, you're very entertaining, the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.
Richard Handy August 21, 2013 at 06:59 PM
Actually, if Cohn was a little more like my name, he could have avoided this conversation all together...

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