Found January 10, 2012 on
By Kevin Westgarth | Special to LAKings.com
I have always loved the ice. So growing up in Amherstburg, across the river from Detroit, many of my earliest memories are of skating outside, bundled up to immobility, shakily pushing a chair a...
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Los Angeles Kings winger Dustin Penner has revealed he was unable to play over the weekend after suffering back spasms brought on by eating pancakes.
Penner, who is no stranger to being knocked for his weight, admitted he was forced to sit out the Kings' 1-0 loss to Columbus Saturday after becoming crippled as he leaned forward to tuck into his breakfast.
Kings defenseman Jack Johnson has never been known as a big-time goal scorer, with his career high for goals in one season sitting at a whopping eight in 2009-10. But where he lacks in scoring, he compensates in creativity when it comes to celebrations. The 24-year-old apparently has a case of Tim Tebow fever, as he celebrated his goal Monday night against the Capitals by dropping...
LA Kings player Dustin Penner recently hurt his back while eating pancakes made by his hot ass wife Jessica Welsh, who happens to be Richard Zednik’s ex-(gold digging) wife.
When asked about the injury, this is what he said… “Not bad. Better than yesterday. I woke up fine, sat down to eat and it locked right up. It never happened to me before. I couldn’t stand up. I...
Jack Johnson (Michigan) showed remarkable confidence in himself and the Los Angeles Kings a day earlier when he promised his buddies he would celebrate his next goal by Tebowing. After all, the defenseman hadn't scored since Dec. 1, and the Kings don't even have a fraction of the Denver quarterback's offensive mojo lately.
If there is one thing we can all agree that we love about sports, it is when players get hurt in bizarre and unbelievable ways. For some reason, athletes just seem to be magnets for injuries induced by seemingly mundane activity. Take for example the case of Dustin Penner of the LA Kings hockey team who recently hurt his back, wait for it, eating pancakes. Yep, you read that correctly...
The Los Angeles Kings, who came into the contest struggling putting the puck into the net, had an offensive explosion against Washington on Monday, defeating the Capitals, 5-2.
CAPITALS 2, KINGS 5
It's weird that the Washington DC feed had the best angle of Jack Johnson "Tebowing"...because aren't they supposed to have seperation of church and state?
What is it with Los Angeles Kings players and big-time goal celebrations after Coach Murray's have been fired? Remember this gem from 2006?
Well, just a mere 5...
Jack Johnson punctuates a 5-2 victory over Washington by Tebowing after a second-period goal.Jack Johnson punctuates a 5-2 victory over Washington by Tebowing after a second-period goal.
Kyle Clifford scored the Kings' first regulation goal in more than 170 minutes, Jack Johnson snapped a personal 17-game goal drought, and Los Angeles emphatically emerged from its scoring slump in a 5-2 victory over the Washington Capitals.
It may be too early to put much stock in the standings for a tightly packed Western Conference, but Thursday night's matchup between the Los Angeles Kings and Dallas Stars could have major implications down the road.
These Pacific Division rivals are separated by two points as they battle for position heading into this meeting at Staples Center.
The Kings (23-17-1) are in eighth...
Kyle Clifford scored the Kings' first regulation goal in more than 170 minutes, Jack Johnson snapped a personal 17-game goal drought, and Los Angeles emphatically emerged from its scoring slump in a 5-2 victory over the Washington Capitals on Monday night.