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Marines are used to putting on uniforms and protective gear but there's no Kevlar necessary at Staples Center in Los Angeles -- don't -- Battle hardened war -- -- changing rifles for hockey sticks firing.
Instead of bullets and forming a team called the patriots playing for wounded warriors just to do it for another cause kind of gives you a little bit of over the -- to you know -- -- something else -- pay it forward.
A large slogans played it forwards so we try to play -- lower -- -- -- putt the greens were a bit rusty.
There are no ice rinks in Iraq or Afghanistan and they have to balance practiced with combat training.
Hockey is a great thing for Marines.
Just to get the energy out rock and roll we may complain about having them.
March up and on -- mountain -- and open.
Then we'll go put on skates on and off -- for their goal raising awareness for fallen heroes don't forget about those guys need -- need you guys help they need your support.
And and you know they don't do it for the thanks but -- take a second to thank them and it'll -- -- they'll go a long way.
LA kings center on Jae Kuk Qatar says he's happy to share the ice service members were playing hockey -- -- -- sport but.
You know what they do it's as a whole different story in the LA fire department says it was an honor to be the patriots first opponent.
They look at us as heroes every game we don't seem that way we see him as the ones going out risking their lives every day you know overseas so we're happy you know stand up for them.
The patriots lost 621 but team leader and former marine sergeant Nathan -- says this was mission accomplished.
We got out here -- weird we're planning on him -- raised more has -- line.
We all had fun out there -- one -- -- don't want her parents.
The patriots schedule is filling up fast but the team may need more players some of these guys will be re deploying to Afghanistan -- a few weeks.
In Los Angeles Rick Leventhal Fox News.
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