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Hey, did you guys know that Darryl Sutter and Brent Sutter were brothers and coached against each other for the first time last Saturday?
Way to get Darryl's record with the Kings correct there, HNIC.
Hey, did you guys know that former LA King Mike Cammalleri got traded back to the Calgary Flames?
Hey, did you guys know that Dustin Penner likes pancakes?
So is Gene Principe the Carrot Top of Canada sideline reporters?
Hey, did you guys know that the boys at Kingscast are really, really funny?
I would have added "Boy, what a Stanley Cup parade, huh?"
Tonight is Darryl Sutter's 15th game as the Head Coach of the Los Angeles Kings. And this is why the fans are starting to love him. From Rich Hammond:
Sutter, known as a hard-nosed player during eight seasons as a forward for the Chicago Blackhawks, was asked about Hall’s accident and players going without helmets and came up with this gem…
SUTTER: “They can wear wigs and sunglasses. I don’t care, as long as they’re ready."
Obviously, Darryl Sutter doesn't know his LA Kings history.
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Dustin Penner recently injured himself by eating pancakes and the fans in Vancouver were not about to let him forget it. Some clever fans brought some maple syrup and strategically placed it behind Penner. Well played, well played.
Pic via Kylelev
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Syrup Can Be Kept In Fridge For UP To 1 Year
Four or five days ago ESPN first broke the story about LA Kings forward Dustin Penner and his now famous PANCAKE injury.
I had no idea a stack of pancakes could cause such a slick mess, but it has, and on Tuesday the Vancouver Canucks fans let him have it.
Allegedly Penner and his weak back went out while “eating” pancakes.
When Vancouver Canucks fans aren't flipping cars for silly reasons, they actually have a great sense of humor. Evidentally in the picture, we may have the most perfect timing in NHL history. Following being injured by "delicious pancakes," as Los Angeles Kings Dustin Penner takes a seat on the bench, he is welcomed by Aunt Jemima's syrup.
Of course Penner...
Who cares about Dustin Penner scoring his first goal in 17 games?!? One of our T-Shirts was featured in the latest KingsVision video about the LA Kings Meet The Players party!!!
We have no idea who you are... but we love you.
Sadly... this was only the 2nd best T-Shirt featured in Tuesday nights game between the Los Angeles Kings and the Vancouver Canucks.....
Pancakes are the best thing to happen to (a) breakfast and (b) Los Angeles Kings forward Dustin Penner.
Ever since he disclosed that he injured himself while eating a stack of "delicious pancakes" — unintentionally hilarious, given his notorious lack of conditioning — Penner has been a tremendously good sport about it. There was his "open letter" response...
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Winger Mike Cammalleri expressed consternation
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