Kings' Dustin Penner isn't passing up a free trip to the White House
The Los Angeles Kings forward also wants to know what the Wi-Fi password is.
When the Boston Bruins visited the White House last year after winning the Stanley Cup, starting goaltender Tim Thomas made headlines by skipping the appearance due to his political beliefs. As it turns out, that was probably the beginning of the end of his time in Boston, and outside of the random Facebook posting we haven't heard much from him over the past months.
On Tuesday, Los Angeles Kings forward Dustin Penner decided to poke a little fun at that situation prior to his team's visit to see the president:
After careful consideration I've decided not to visit the White House today for political reasons LOL JK I'm not an idiot!Free trip? I'm in!— Dustin Penner (@Dustinpenner25) March 26, 2013
Oh, and if somebody could get him the Wi-Fi password while he's there, that would be just swell:
Try password. That usually works.
NBC will reportedly be devoid of NHL game broadcasts between Feb. 7-26
The Winnipeg winger suggests Trump is going after 'the principles the U.S. was founded on'
League gets excited about exhibition matches in Beijing and Shanghai
NHL players are still disappointed they won't be going to skate in PyeongChang
With Artemi Panarin in the mix and a Vezina winner headlining the defense, Columbus can be...
The league's crackdown on faceoff infractions and slashing penalties isn't without some cr...