LA Kings Pelt 'Ellen Show' Executive Producer with Clappers for Segment

Rivea RuffContributorJanuary 27, 2017

The Los Angeles Kings made one fan's dream of playing with his favorite team come true...sort of.

In a segment for The Ellen Degeneres Show, executive producer Andy Lassner got to experience a day in the life of a professional hockey player.

He did some warm-up drills and then suited up in full gear.

After Lassner waddled onto the ice, Anze Kopitar, Trevor Lewis and Tanner Pearson gave him a taste of what it's like to be an NHL goalie.        

The producer had a few saves, which must've impressed the Kings at least a little—afterward, they pelted him with clappers (starts around the 3:55 mark).

[TheEllenShow]

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