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Dustin Brown (ice hockey)

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  • Blackhawks show some life in Game 5 to stay alive

     Blackhawks show some life in Game 5 to stay alive
    No way the Blackhawks wanted to end the season like this, humbled at home and dethroned by the would-be Kings in front of friends and relatives. Not here. Not now. "Our guys find ways," coach Joel Quenneville said Wednesday night after his team's 5-...
  • Williams clutch again, as Kings top Rangers in OT

    Williams clutch again, as Kings top Rangers in OT
    LOS ANGELES -- Justin Williams' flair for the dramatic allowed the Los Angeles Kings to prevail in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup finals. Williams scored 4:36 into overtime, lifting the Kings to a 3-2 win over the New York Rangers before a sellout crowd of...
  • That's how they rule: Kings win Game 7 again, reach Stanley Cup Final

    That's how they rule: Kings win Game 7 again, reach Stanley Cup Final
    They had not traveled so far and played so long, been through so much, to just skate away quietly and quickly into the night. A two-goal deficit for the Kings less than nine minutes into Game 7 at the United Center would not be the final word about...
  • Kings vs. Blackhawks: No gloom about playing hockey in June

    Kings vs. Blackhawks: No gloom about playing hockey in June
    Greetings from Chicago, where the Kings will face the Blackhawks tonight in their third Game 7 of this playoff run. The Kings won the first two Games 7s on the road, contributing to the 5-1 record road teams have compiled in those games this spring....
  • Using a seventh sense: Recapping the Kings' road to the Stanley Cup Final

    Using a seventh sense: Recapping the Kings' road to the Stanley Cup Final
    The Kings became the first team to reach the Stanley Cup Final by winning three series in Game 7, all on the road. That journey included coming back from a 3-0 series deficit to the San Jose Sharks in Round 1, rebounding from a 3-2 deficit in Round 2...
  • Kings' Justin Williams, the playoff MVP, is 'Stick' that handles it all

    Kings' Justin Williams, the playoff MVP, is 'Stick' that handles it all
    He was Mr. Game 7, the player the Kings could rely on to be at his best when the pressure was at its worst. Right wing Justin Williams, a very good player during the regular season, becomes an extraordinary player during the playoffs for reasons even he...
  • The comeback Kings are Stanley Cup champions again

    The comeback Kings are Stanley Cup champions again
    The Kings' Stanley Cup playoff run appeared to be over before it had really begun. Sloppy on defense and helpless against the speed of the San Jose Sharks, the Kings lost the first three games of their opening-round playoff series and were one loss from...
  • Blackhawks lack urgency in Game 4 loss to Kings

     Blackhawks lack urgency in Game 4 loss to Kings
    LOS ANGELES — For what seemed like an eternity Monday night in an awful 5-2 loss to the Kings, Blackhawks defenseman Brent Seabrook just stood there, helpless, stuck in hockey no-man's land. At the 9-minute mark of the first period, Seabrook found...
  • Meet the Kings' Justin Williams — Mr. Game 7

    Incredible drama, dire moments, euphoria. All of it clings to a Game 7, and for Kings forward Justin Williams so does another pattern. A goal, an assist, a victory. In the Kings' 5-4 Western Conference finals overtime win over the Chicago Blackhawks...
  • 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...
  • Kings are lords of the NHL, again, and the new kings of L.A. sports

    Kings are lords of the NHL, again, and the new kings of L.A. sports
    Put a crown on that Stanley Cup. Add streaks of black to its silver. Fill it with sand, burnish it with sun, and welcome it home. Kings, kings again. For the second time in three seasons, the Los Angeles Kings have done what seemed like an...