Thursday's Kiss-Cam at the Los Angeles Kings game against the Toronto Maple Leafs at the Staples Center featured a gay couple.

Brad Parr and Andy Evans shared a sweet smooch as the camera was turned on them, drawing cheers from the crowd.

“It was a particularly sweet night since the Kings were playing and beat my hometown Toronto,” Parr told LGBT sports blog Outsports. “My parents and siblings live in LA, but the rest of my family think I am a terrible traitor for being a Kings fan; I've lived in LA for 17 years.”

The men are believed to be the first same-sex couple to appear on a Kiss-Cam at an NHL game and only the second time that a gay couples has appeared on a Kiss-Cam at a major league sporting event. Last year, a gay couple was featured on the Los Angeles Dodgers' Kiss-Cam.

The couple competed in 4 triathlons last year and are currently raising money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's Team in Training at the 2016 Lavaman Triathlon.