Los Angeles Kings, Keck Medicine USC and Meyer Institute of Sport at the recently re-named Toyota Sports Performance Center facility Photo by Juan Ocampo/NHLI via Getty Images) 

The Los Angeles Kings hosted a ribbon-cutting event in El Segundo at the Toyota Sports Performance Center on wednesday, Sept. 4 to welcome two new partners, Keck Medicine of USC and Meyer Institute of Sport. The newly renamed Toyota Sports Performance Center is open to the public. Among those participating in the ribbon cutting are Kings executives Luc Robitaille and Kelly Cheeseman, Kings forward Tyler Toffoli, El Segundo Mayor Drew Boyles, and ESHS student-athletes Faith Desemone and Sydnee-Anne Moeller (girls varsity lacrosse team), and Audrey CdeBaca and Sara Stevens (junior varsity softball team).Photo: LA Kings / Juan Ocampo