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Dustin Brown | Winger

Team: Los Angeles Kings
Age / DOB:  (30) / 11/4/1984
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 207
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Dustin Brown scored a goal and an assist in Los Angeles' 4-0 win over Minnesota.
The Kings scored all four of their goals in the first period of the game. The goal was the 200th of Brown's NHL career. The 30-year-old is still an important player for the Kings, but his offensive production has dropped significantly. He has four goals and seven points in 23 games this season, but he does has five points in his last five games. Nov 26 - 11:39 PM

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Dustin Brown scored in Los Angeles' 5-2 win over Florida on Tuesday.

It was Brown's 199th career goal. It might be a bit before he reaches the 200-goal mark though as he's scored just three times in 19 games this season.
Nov 19 - 9:13 AM

Dustin Brown scored a goal in the Kings' 3-1 win over Dallas.

Brown has just two goals and no assists in 13 games in 2014-15. This comes after he recorded 27 points in 79 contests last season. We can't recommend owning him in standard leagues at this point, but he's still worth keeping an eye on.
Nov 5 - 10:37 AM

Dustin Brown scored his first of the season in the Kings’ big 6-1 victory over the Oilers on Tuesday.

It was a nice way for a lot of the Kings’ star players to rack up points in the blow-out win over the short-handed Oilers. Aside from the line of Pearson, Carter and Toffoli, it was Brown and Justin Williams providing the goals. Brown had a disappointing season last year in terms of points and to see him get on the board finally is a good sign.
Oct 15 - 2:50 AM

The Stanley Cup won by the Los Angles Kings on Friday night was tougher to win than the one they won two years ago, their captain says.

"This one is a lot different, it was harder, we had it easy last time," said Dustin Brown, one of 14 Kings who have won both Cups. "This one was harder. It gives you perspective. This is how I always envisioned it would be." The Kings became the first team in NHL history to win three Game 7s on the road, and they eventually required 26 games to win the Stanley Cup, six games longer than in 2012 and equal to the longest postseason work schedule in NHL history.
Jun 14 - 9:58 AM

Dustin Brown wasn't willing to chalk Game 4's loss to the New York Rangers as bad luck.

"We need to make it harder on them," said the Los Angeles captain. "We could be harder, it's about physicality. I'm talking about puck battles and stick battles in front of the net." The Kings weren't able to capitalize on two occasions when pucks got behind Henrik Lundqvist and stopped short on the goal line. "It sucks, we should have put those in the net, they were just laying right out there for us," defenseman Drew Doughty added. "Two of them like that, that's the difference in the game." Brown scored the Kings' only goal in Wednesday's loss on a pretty move during a breakaway just after the Kings had killed off a New York power play. He has 14 points in 25 playoff games.
Jun 12 - 10:11 AM

Los Angeles Kings captain Dustin Brown is running away with the hits lead in the 2013-14 postseason.

Brown has 115 hits in 23 games, exactly five per appearance. No one else even has 100, as teammate Jarret Stoll is in second place with 87. Brown had the ninth-highest regular season total with 246, too, so he's an asset in leagues with varied stats.
Jun 8 - 2:49 PM

Dustin Brown's double overtime winner was the first time in the playoffs that he has scored a goal in extra time.

The Kings captain had a horrible regular season in which he had only 15 goals and 27 points in 79 games but he has more than made up for it in the post-season with five goals and 13 points in 23 games. It was also his second game winner in the 2014 playoffs.
Jun 8 - 8:17 AM

Dustin Brown tipped-in the game-winning goal in double overtime for the Kings in their 5-4 victory over the Rangers in Game 2.

Brown scored 10:26 of the second overtime on a slick redirect on a Willie Mitchell shot. The Kings have yet to lead during actual game time yet still hold a 2-0 Stanley Cup Final lead. This one was a wild one as the Rangers jumped out to a two-goal advantage then also led 3-1 and 4-2 before the battle-tested Kings came back. Mitchell and Dwight King each scored and assisted. Jarret Stoll and Marian Gaborik, with the game-tying goal at 7:36 of the third period, picked up the other markers. Justin Williams notched three assists. Drew Doughty didn’t record a point on the scoresheet, but he did play a game-high 41:41.
Jun 7 - 11:56 PM

The Dustin Brown-Anze Kopitar-Marian Gaborik top line has been awfully productive with 57 combined playoff points.

However, Brown openly says the line was poor in the Kings' 3-2 overtime victory in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final last Wednesday. "I can only speak for myself, but I don't think our line in Game 1 was very good," Brown said. "We need to take control moreso. It's not about checking or sawing off another line. It's about taking control of the game for us. It's not just Kopi's job. It's my job. It's Gaborik's job. That's why we're playing with him."
Jun 7 - 11:19 AM

Dustin Brown said the Kings played in "zombie mode" during their three previous rounds of the NHL playoffs.

He explained that the team never got more than 72 hours of rest between games for seven weeks. Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final takes place on Saturday after the opener was played on Wednesday. The Kings have dug deep during their playoff run, which has seen them win three straight Game 7s on the road. "Every step they take, they've met so many challenges," GM Dean Lombardi said. "You're really happy for those players, because you know how much they've put into it and how much they care. I see firsthand how they conduct themselves, how hard they work, how much they stick together. It's special to see them be rewarded, but they're fully cognizant that they've got some more work to do."

America’s two largest cities are ready to battle for hockey’s holy grail, as puck drop for Game 1 of the Stanley Cup between Los Angeles and New York is set for Wednesday night.

The New York - Los Angeles sports rivalry is renewed for the first time since 1981 in a major sports championship series. The Dodgers and Yankees have battled four times for the World Series, while the Knicks and Lakers have clashed three times in the NBA Finals. New York has won four of the seven championships against L.A. The 2014 Stanley Cup pits the hard-hitting, high-scoring Kings against Rangers superstar goaltender Henrik Lundqvist.
Jun 4 - 7:48 PM

Dustin Brown had two assists and a game high eight shots on goal in the Kings 5-4 overtime win Sunday.

Brown now has four goals and 12 points in 21 playoff games after a horrible regular season in which he found the back of the net only 15 times in 79 games to go with 27 points. He is now seventh in shots on goal during the post-season with 57.
Jun 2 - 7:36 AM

The Los Angeles Kings must limit Patrick Kane's time and space with the puck in Chicago Sunday night to have a chance to advance to the Stanley Cup championship series.

That's the word from Kings captain Dustin Brown, who watched in frustration as Kane followed up his Game 5, four-point performance with three points in Chicago's 4-3 triumph in Los Angeles in Game 6. The teams will be in Chicago Sunday night for Game 7. "You give (Kane) time and space and he's going to make plays and that's what he did," Brown said. "So that's on us. We've got to limit his time and space. The last two games, we've backed off of him and allowed him time with the puck."
May 31 - 9:49 AM

Dustin Brown notched a goal and an assist during the Kings’ 5-4 double overtime loss to the Blackhawks on Wednesday night.

L.A’s captain is certainly making up for his disappointing regular season with a strong showing in the playoffs, now at four goals and five assists through 19 games. Although the Kings could not finish off the Hawks on the road, Brown and his team gave a valiant effort in Game 5 and still have a 3-2 series lead over their rivals from Chicago.
May 29 - 12:02 AM

Depth Charts

All Positions
C1Anze Kopitar
2Mike Richards
3Jarret Stoll
4Jordan Nolan
5Andy Andreoff
LW1Marian Gaborik
2Dwight King
3Trevor Lewis
4Kyle Clifford
5Tanner Pearson
RW1Dustin Brown
2Jeff Carter
3Justin Williams
4Tyler Toffoli
D1Drew Doughty
2Slava Voynov
3Jamie McBain
4Jake Muzzin
5Robyn Regehr
6Matt Greene
7Alec Martinez
8Brayden McNabb
9Andrew Bodnarchuk
G1Jonathan Quick
2Martin Jones