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Topic - Dustin Brown
They first faced elimination more than seven weeks ago when they lost their first three postseason games to San Jose, but followed up that landmark comeback with two more seven-game series victories.
Alec Martinez scored at 5:47 of overtime, and the Kings beat the Chicago Blackhawks 5-4 Sunday night to advance to the NHL's championship for the second time in three years.
A lot more than luck went the Kings' way as they completely took over the series, outscoring San Jose 16-3 over the final 3½ games to join Toronto (1942), the New York Islanders (1975) and Philadelphia (2010) as the only NHL teams to win a best-of-seven series after losing the first three games.
When Patrick Marleau scored a fluky overtime goal to give the San Jose Sharks a 3-0 series lead, the Los Angeles Kings easily could have moped around and started looking ahead to the offseason.
Dustin Brown figured his Los Angeles Kings had climbed too many postseason obstacles over the past two seasons to end their current playoff run without even a single victory.
The San Jose Sharks spent seven games struggling to get the puck past Jonathan Quick in a playoff loss a year ago.
The rivalry between the Los Angeles Kings and San Jose Sharks has grown so intense in recent years that even newcomers take little time to acclimate themselves to the animosity.
Moments after securing the No. 1 seed for the Western Conference playoffs, Anaheim Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau was asked the secret to beating the Los Angeles Kings four straight times.
John Isner apologized for his performance. Dustin Brown said it felt unbelievable.
The Los Angeles Kings improved their play after blowing a two-goal lead on the road. A little experience goes a long way.
The only thing better than breaking someone's franchise record is being able to talk about it with that player right after it happened.
The Capitals will try to win their fourth straight game tonight against Mike Richards and the Los Angeles Kings. Puck drop is 10:30 p.m. on CSN.
On a night when Calgary honored Canadian Olympians in a pregame ceremony, a pair of Team USA players were the big stars.
Dustin Brown banged in a go-ahead goal late in the first period and the United States went on to dominate the Czech Republic 5-2 Wednesday.
On Friday, the U.S. will play Canada — a rematch of the 2010 gold-medal game — for a shot to become an Olympic champion.
"He made some good saves, but we didn't test him," Brown said of the Rangers goalie. "Enough or make it hard enough on him."
"It's just a trust system in this room as the result of being together for hundreds of games," Kings captain Dustin Brown said. "Climbing the hill once. Then trying to do it again. We know what to expect and we expect a lot from each other."