Comments for: Former UMaine hockey standout glad to be returning to LA Kings despite pay cut

Posted July 14, 2012, at 5:54 p.m.

LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles Kings left wing and former University of Maine winger Dustin Penner said he didn’t mind taking a salary hit to stay with the Kings. Penner, who made $4.25 million in the final year of his contract with the Stanley Cup champions this past season, recently …

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  • Conley Raye

    No photographic assistance for this photo shoot. Who is the only player, with showing his missing tooth, tie off to the side, wrinkled shirt, Old fashion white hankie, in the pocket. Easy fix , keep the mouth shut, tighten the tie, cover the shirt and use a colored tie matching hankie. Cost priceless. Of course, he took a budget cut so that helps explain it. 

    • He’s a slob and apparently doesn’t think very highly of Maine. Second Stanley Cup and neither time he can bring it where he was given his big break.

      • Anonymous

        Yea. We should renounce him!!!!

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