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Dustin Brown (ice hockey)

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  • Jonathan Quick at his best puts Kings at doorstep of Cup championship

    Jonathan Quick at his best puts Kings at doorstep of Cup championship
    Jonathan Quick has been on hockey's biggest stage before and, as it turns out, he has played in one of its classic arenas before, too. Quick grew up in Hamden, Conn., and among his fondest childhood memories is playing at Madison Square Garden with...
  • Kings' run to the Stanley Cup could be the best L.A. has ever seen

    Kings' run to the Stanley Cup could be the best L.A. has ever seen
    The world's most famous arena was no match for the world's best hockey team Monday, the Kings savaging and silencing Madison Square Garden with three powerful thwacks that cut off the New York Rangers at the heart. Now they are on the verge of doing the...
  • Kings on verge of second Stanley Cup title after 3-0 win over Rangers

    Kings on verge of second Stanley Cup title after 3-0 win over Rangers
    Say goodbye to those loose, high-scoring, defense-challenged impostors. That particular Kings team living on the brink, the playoff edge, needing overtime in three straight games. They were such fun to have around. That gut-wrenching version of the...
  • Kings' Matt Greene proves to be a killer against Rangers

    Kings' Matt Greene proves to be a killer against Rangers
    Defenseman Matt Greene really is the face of the Kings' penalty-killing unit. Not the face, in terms of its No. 1 asset. That would be Kings defenseman Drew Doughty. But Greene's bloodied face could be considered the poster for the Kings' penalty...
  • 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...
  • Rangers Prove Their Resilience In Game 4

    Rangers Prove Their Resilience In Game 4
    NEW YORK — If the weight of history holds form, if the inexorable grind does leave the Rangers in a heap of California dust, the Los Angeles Kings might be remembered as the most resilient playoff team in North American history. Earlier this...
  • Rangers' Henrik Lundqvist makes do-or-die stand to stop Kings, 2-1

    Rangers' Henrik Lundqvist makes do-or-die stand to stop Kings, 2-1
    Henrik Lundqvist, Anton Stralman's stick, a pile of snow and Derek Stepan's hand kept the Kings from hoisting the Stanley Cup on Wednesday. "When you play this game, you have to battle, you have to rely on your teammates, and sometimes you have to...
  • Kings won't let themselves off hook, never mind that immovable puck

    Kings won't let themselves off hook, never mind that immovable puck
    The puck squirted to the New York Rangers' goal line and halted dead in its vulcanized rubber tracks. Just stopped. Refused to move. Sat there alone and untouched. A shiny black hood ornament. A frozen omen. Twice during big moments of Game 4 of the...
  • Stanley Cup Final: A little light reading before Game 5

    Teams that won the first three games of the Stanley Cup Final have gone on to win the series 25 of 26 times. Will the Kings make it 26 for 27 Friday night at Staples Center against the New York Rangers? A sixth game, if necessary, would be played on...
  • Kings edge Rangers, 3-2 in double OT, to win second Stanley Cup title

    Kings edge Rangers, 3-2 in double OT, to win second Stanley Cup title
    It took the Kings 45 years to win their first Stanley Cup. Then how come it felt like 45 years to win No. 2? Maybe this was simply cosmic and blood pressure-soaring payback for their Cup run of 2012 being far too smooth and so relatively unruffled....
  • Sentimental choice Robyn Regehr is second to hoist the Stanley Cup

    He didn't play one minute of time in the Stanley Cup Final, but defenseman Robyn Regehr was the second Kings player to hoist the Cup after their Game 5 victory. Why? Two reasons: Fourteen long years in the NHL, followed by a frustrating knee injury...