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Whoa, They Turned Dodger Stadium Into A Hockey Rink

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It's time for Dodger ... hockey?!

Dodger Stadium has been transformed into a hockey rink for a game tonight between the L.A. Kings and the Anaheim Ducks, the first time an outdoor NHL game has ever happened in Los Angeles.

Of course, many NHL players grew up playing outside - but usually in places where it snows.

"If somebody would tell me 10 years ago that we were going to do this, I would have said they're crazy," Ducks winger Teemu Selanne told ESPN. "But we have the technology to do it now, and it's pretty great."

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At press time, the cheapest tickets still available online are a mind-boggling $198 a seat. At that price, Emilio Estevez better make an inspiring speech before the game.