Found January 16, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
Oilers beat the Kings 2-1 in OT When Dustin Penner saw his return date to the Edmonton on this season’s schedule, he could not have known it would be in the wake of the #pennercakes fiasco. While Oilers’ dressing room attendant Joey Moss was excited to see his very good friend return for the sake of seeing him, Penner’s former teammates were excited to make light of the past week’s news. After visiting the Oilers’ dressing room, Penner walked out with a jug of maple syrup, a gift from an unnamed player. Continue reading "Weary Kings Fall to Oilers"

Canucks fans mock Penner with syrup bottle

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 Article found on: Cosby Sweaters

Injured by Pancakes, Of Course a Fan Taunts Dustin Penner with some Aunt Jemima Syrup

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...

Pancakes fan Dustin Penner autographed box of Aunt Jemima; there’s syrup behind Kings bench

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...

Power Rankings: Kings on rise, Florida teams, Sabres on skids

The Kings struggle to score but stout goalie Jonathan Quick has them joining the Senators as January surprises. Adam Gretz says the Florida teams and the Sabres are fast heading the opposite direction.

Kings-Canucks Preview

Even though his Los Angeles Kings lost in overtime to a struggling opponent in their last game, Darryl Sutter was satisfied with his club's weekend in Alberta. A win in British Columbia would have him thrilled with the three-game road trip. Los Angeles looks to gain at least one point for the 14th time in 15 games Tuesday night against the Vancouver Canucks. The Kings (22...

Up next for the Kings: Tuesday at Vancouver

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Kings' Darryl wins coaching battle of Sutter brothers

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Recap: Calgary vs. Los Angeles

Mike Richards and Dustin Brown finished with a goal and an assist apiece as the Los Angeles Kings topped the Calgary Flames, 4-1 at Scotiabank Saddledome.

Kings-Oilers Preview

The Los Angeles Kings opened a three-game western Canadian trip on a positive note. There's a good chance things could get even better with a visit to Edmonton up next. Looking to win consecutive games away from home for the first time in almost two months, the Kings try for a seventh straight road victory over the struggling Oilers on Sunday night. Mike Richards and Dustin...

Richards has goal, assist in LA win over Flames

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Los Angeles Kings (22-15-8) at Edmonton Oilers (16-23-4), 8 p.m. (ET)

After a storyline-driven opener to their three-game road trip on Saturday night, the Los Angeles Kings are likely looking forward to a more under-the-radar meeting with the Edmonton Oilers.

Puck Headlines: Patrick Kane defends Ryan Miller; Leafs trade frenzy; more Dustin Penner whimsy

Here are your Puck Headlines: a glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media. • Mike Richards didn't. /rimshot [Getty] • Kris Letang finally returns to practice for the Pittsburgh Penguins, who called off their secret meeting about finding a temporary long-haired Norris contender...
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