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Thursday night, the Los Angeles Kings and Vancouver Canucks faced off in the city’s Mercedes-Benz Arena, marking the league’s first exhibition game in China.

The Los Angeles Kings and the Vancouver Canucks fight for the puck during the NHL China preseason hockey game at Mercedes-Benz Arena in Shanghai, China.

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Fans cheer as the Vancouver Canuck play against Los Angeles Kings during the 2017 NHL China Games in Shanghai.

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The Los Angeles Kings and Vancouver Canucks face each other for the first-ever preseason games played in China in the 2017 NHL China Games.

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Canucks's Reid Boucher (L) pushes an opponent from the Kings during the 2017 NHL China Games in Shanghai.

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Los Angeles Kings's Dustin Brown fights for the puck during the 2017 NHL China Games in Shanghai.

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Los Angeles Kings' Oscar Fantenberg attacks the puck during the 2017 NHL China Games in Shanghai.

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