LA Kings fans... assuming Dustin Penner gets back into the lineup for the Kings... you know what to do. YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO!
Recently The Globe and Mail's columnist, Eric Duhatschek, earmarked tonight's Los Angeles Kings - Washington Capitals matchup as an important one... in terms of showcasing the 2 most dissapointing teams this NHL season.
"The Kings and Capitals both joined the ranks of teams purging their coaches. Six in all joined the hired-to-be-fired brigade, including Terry Murray in L.A., where he was replaced by Darryl Sutter and Bruce Boudreau, replaced in Washington by Dale Hunter.
Rarely has a year seen so many highly paid, high-end talents sputter off to singularly mediocre starts - Anze Kopitar in L.A., and Alex Ovechkin in Washington were just two players not providing very much bang for their bucks."
PENNER PANCAKE EDITION: The rules are still simple. Just guess the exact time and period that Dustin Penner scores his 3rd goal of the seasontonight against the Capitals... and you win a free t-shirt from The Royal Half Gift Shoppe. AND AS AN EXTRA SPECIAL BONUS... The Royal Half will give you a $25 gift card to IHOP. You can put your predictions in the comments below or reply to me on Twitter with #PennerPoint. Good luck!
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.
"Pancakes? Why yes I'd love some, thank you..."
Delicious pancakes truly are delicious, but rarely does the consuming of said pancakes lead to injury, outside of the usual indigestion suffered when too many delicious pancakes are eaten. So it’s somewhat surprising that L.A. Kings forward Dustin Penner would hurt his back while enjoying some of his wife’s delicious...
It seems like there's no safe place to avoid injuries in the NHL -- not even your own kitchen. Los Angeles Kings forward Dustin Penner missed one game after injuring himself eating pancakes at home Saturday morning. He somehow managed to trigger back spasm while sitting down for breakfast. "I just leaned over to dip into some delicious pancakes that my wife made," he...
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January 09, 2012
Straight out of the "WTF!" file comes the latest hiccup of Dustin Penner's less-than-stellar tenure in Los Angeles. According to Rich Hammond at LA Kings Insider, Penner injured his back reaching to indulge in some pancakes over the weekend.
Penner missed Saturday's 1-0 loss to the Blue Jackets with back spasms but was apparently healthy enough to take the ice...
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...
Things an NHL player should do when his weight and conditioning are constant points of contention and ridicule: Hit the exercise bike; hire a personal trainer; impose some dietary restrictions.
Things an NHL player shouldn't do when his weight and conditioning are constant points of contention and ridicule: Suffer an injury while eating a stack of "delicious pancakes."...
This is a completely non-Red Wings related bit of news...but I just had to share it - especially since we're all down in the dumps today.Let me preface this story with the fact that I had heard about this a few days ago on the NHL Home Ice XM station in my car and was laughing hysterically. But, like many things in life...I completely forgot about it by the time I got home...
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...
Apparently, breakfast is not just the most important meal of the day but also the most dangerous. Los Angeles Kings forward Dustin Penner triggered back spasms while eating pancakes.
“It’s one of those mysterious things, where you can throw it out (from) sneezing. I just leaned over to dip into some delicious pancakes that my wife made,” Penner told the LA Times.
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