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Dustin Brown (ice hockey)

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  • Kings' season was one with many twists, turns

    Kings' season was one with many twists, turns
    On one level, the Kings' playoff run mirrored their performance in the regular season, filled with hot runs and times where they were stone cold. There was a period in November when they played without their starting goaltender and seemingly couldn't...
  • A miserable playoff start, memorable Stanley Cup finish for Kings

    A miserable playoff start, memorable Stanley Cup finish for Kings
    After becoming the first team to reach the Stanley Cup Final by winning three series in Game 7, all on the road, the Kings' five-game series victory over the New York Rangers to win the Stanley Cup almost seemed abrupt — except that all three...
  • Kings are a quality team that is built to last

    Kings are a quality team that is built to last
    The blades of their skates cut deep and wide now, far beyond the chilly ice and raucous fans at Staples Center, far past even the highest of hopes for a black-shirted hockey team in a bright and sunny land. When Alec Martinez slapped a shot past the New...
  • The Kings' calm amid the playoff storm carried them to Stanley Cup

    The Kings' calm amid the playoff storm carried them to Stanley Cup
    It was April 22 and the Kings had just lost their first three playoff games against the San Jose Sharks, with their only consolation being that Game 3 had been close — a 4-3 overtime decision — instead of the blowouts they'd endured in the...
  • Stanley Cup victory parade: Fans celebrate L.A. Kings

    Stanley Cup victory parade: Fans celebrate L.A. Kings
    As the Los Angeles Kings' Stanley Cup victory parade reached its end point -- Staples Center -- team captain Dustin Brown raised the cup over his head with both hands, holding it high for all to see. “You guys are doing awesome on your part, and...
  • Ducks trade for center Ryan Kesler

    In the end, the Ducks' decision to trade for center Ryan Kesler was about one thing — helping them reel in their crosstown rivals, the Stanley Cup champion Kings. Kesler plays with a physical edge that the Ducks desperately need in the playoffs...
  • In draft, look for Flyers to emulate the Kings

    PHILADELPHIA The Los Angeles Kings are known as Flyers West. They have key people who were with the Flyers in one capacity or another on the ice, behind the bench, and in the front office. Maybe the Flyers should be called Los Angeles Lite, because it...
  • Blackhawks look for more NHL involvement

    Blackhawks look for more NHL involvement
    Not much time passes from one conversation between NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman and Blackhawks President John McDonough to the next. "John McDonough is in my ear all the time for anything," Bettman told the Tribune. "He's very passionate about doing as...
  • Marian Gaborik finds comfort zone, re-signs with Kings for seven years

    The NHL playoffs were a win-win for Marian Gaborik. He helped spark the Kings to the Stanley Cup with a league-best 14 playoff goals and also established his value as he headed toward free agency. Exactly what he would have been worth on the open market...
  • Seventh heaven for Kings with 6-2 rout of Ducks

    Seventh heaven for Kings with 6-2 rout of Ducks
    When it comes to winning a big game, the Kings' knowledge in how to do so was a mismatch over the Ducks. That strength more than any other defined the Kings' 6-2 victory in Game 7 of the Western Conference semifinal at Honda Center. From an early goal...
  • Kane, Sharp and a more dangerous Hawks offense

    Kane, Sharp and a more dangerous Hawks offense
    Heads up, Patrick Kane. Or duck. Whatever, the Kings were converging on the Blackhawks' dynamic goal-scorer the way everybody used to try to eliminate Michael Jordan. It was only one game of the Western Conference finals. I get that. It also might'...