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NHL Lockout What To Do’s: L.A. Kings’ Dustin Penner Working For Conan O’Brien (VIDEO)

Posted on December 04, 2012 by Joe Gill

As the NHL Lockout DRAGS ON & ON & ON, players have to do something to make a few dollars.

A slew of players gone to play in Europe, others have picked up odd jobs.

Dustin Penner of the Stanley Cup Champion L.A. Kings has spent his free time getting Conan O’Brien.

Yes, really.

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