Earlier this month, the Kings held a youth camp in Mexico City as part of the team's efforts to grow the game of hockey internationally. CBS2's Jim Hill spoke with Kings President and General Manager Luc Robitaille and former player and current Director of Hockey Programming, Derek Armstrong, about how it all started and where they hope it can go.

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