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14174 Star Starred
1111 South Figueroa St. Los Angeles, CA 90015
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We always park at the corner of Pico and Figeuroa. There is a lot behind the Hooters and a Mexican restaurant. The fee is $15 which I believe is cheaper than parking at the Staples Center. It is a short walk from the center and you can grab a good meal before heading over to see the game. The Mexican spot is pretty good, especially their salsa.
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We shopped online for parking prices, but the Staples Center Lot C parking for $10 on their website was the best price without needing to walk far.
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4.7 average rating
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6 reviews
3 stars
attended Jan 06 2011

Sat in the 200s section and the seats were a good value. Seamless process, had a great time but would have been a bit better had the Kings not let 5 unanswered goals get by.

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5 reviews
6 stars
attended Jan 06 2011

I bought these tickets as a gift for my husband. He loved it! The seats were great and will-call process was a breeze. Only a win could have improved the experience.=-)

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3 reviews
0 stars
attended Jan 06 2011

We had a great time at the Staples Center for the LA Kings Hockey game. The Staples Center is a wonderful place to see an event. The staff was very kind and professional. Our tickets were excellent! Thank you Goldstar and the Staples Center!!!

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Season series: Second of four meetings this season. Ryan Smyth scored a goal in his 1,000th NHL game as the Kings beat the Predators 4-1 in Los Angeles on Nov. 6. They also received goals from Anze Kopitar, Dustin Brown and Jarret Stoll. Nashville’s only score came courtesy of Shane O’Brien.

Big story: The Predators will be shooting for a franchise record as they try to make it 11 straight games with at least a point. A win over the Devils coupled with a Red Wings’ loss to the Blackhawks on Friday has Nashville just three points behind Detroit for first place not only in the Central Division but the entire Western Conference.