The 10 Worst Jobs in the NHL

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The 10 Worst Jobs in the NHL
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The version of hockey played in the NHL is difficult under the best of circumstances.

There are some jobs that may seem ideal, such as Ed Olczyk's when he gets to do color commentary while sitting next to the erudite Mike Emrick in the NBC booth at a nationally televised game.

Or perhaps it's Marty St. Louis, who has the stellar job of feeding the puck to the explosive Steven Stamkos on a Tampa Bay Lightning power play.

However, there are many jobs around the league that are all but impossible. Here's a look at 10 of the worst jobs associated with the NHL.

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