"A lot of things have changed, the way we're playing," said Brown, who had a goal and two assists. "We're way more aggressive. We're getting us a lot of opportunity to work on playing with leads, which we need more work on. We had a tough stretch maybe the first 10 minutes of the third, but then we had a lot of grade-A scoring chances before we had the goal that put us ahead. I think it's encouraging that we're not down in the dumps after blowing a three-goal lead at home."
"Winning's a lot more fun that losing, and we've done a lot of losing this year," said Kings forward Dustin Brown, who scored for the third straight game.