It was difficult to ignore the stillness at Dodger Stadium on Saturday evening as Dan Craig sat down in front of what will soon be the Los Angeles Kings bench.

Normally, the baseball cathedral fills with din from thousands of L.A. Dodgers fans cheering behind Nancy Bea Hefley's organ, but the only sounds this night were the water from an eight-foot sprayer on the ice surface.

Craig, the NHL's senior director of facilities operations, called Dodger Stadium an intimate setting for the 2014 Coors Light Stadium Series game between the Kings and Anaheim Ducks on Jan. 25.

"This has a great personality," Craig said.

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