2018-19 LA Kings promotional night: Native American Heritage Night Nov. 13
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The Los Angeles Kings will have an Native American Heritage Night on Nov. 13 at the Staples Center when they host the Toronto Maple Leafs.

The game will be hosted by theSan Manuel Band of Mission Indians, a tribe recognized federally by the United States and located near the city of Highland, CA. Its reservation was formed in 1891, and at that time was also recognized as a sovereign nation with the power to self-govern. Today the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians oversees the departments of fire, public safety, education and environment. The band also employs over 4000 people. 

The Maple Leafs currently have the second most points in the Eastern Conference at 16 points. With a record of eight wins and five regulation losses, they are tied in the Atlantic Division with the Boston Bruins and the surprising Montreal Canadiens, and only one point back of the Tampa Bay Lightning. 

The Maple Leafs are led in scoring at the moment by Auston Matthews, Morgan Rielly and Mitch Marner, who all have 16 points. However, Toronto will not have Matthews in the lineup on Nov. 13 because he is currently out with a shoulder injury. 

The Kings announced on Thursday they have recalled left winger Austin Wagner and defenseman Sean Walker from the Ontario Reign of the American Hockey League, and placed Jonathan Quick on the injury reserve for the second time this season. Quick tore his meniscus during practice this past Saturday and the injury required surgery. He is out indefinitely. 

Wagner has zero points in eight games with the Kings, with two penalty minutes and a -5. Walker has one assist in four games with the Kings and is also a -5. In addition to playing four games with the Kings, Walker has three goals and three assists for six points in seven games with the Reign. 

Get your tickets to see the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Los Angeles Kings at the Staples Center on Nov. 13 today.