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Who Was The Last Los Angeles Kings Captain Before Dustin Brown?

Dustin Brown has donned the “C” for the Los Angeles Kings since 2008. The winger, who was 23 years old at the time he was named captain, is the youngest and first American-born captain in Kings history. Brown has led his team to two Stanley Cup championships in the last three campaigns, but there was a time not too long ago when he wasn’t the leader for Los Angeles. Can you...
January 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Dustin Brown exacts Twitter revenge on troll job by Rangers-loving FedEx guy (photo)

Los Angeles Kings captain Dustin Brown may be a New York native — he hails from Ithaca — but that does not mean that New York Rangers fans have forgiven him, nor will they forget, how he and his teammates dispatched their beloved team with relative ease in five games in the Stanley Cup Finals […] The post Dustin Brown exacts Twitter revenge on troll job by Rangers-loving FedEx...
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July 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Kings' Dustin Brown had funny exchange with FedEx guy

A FedEx delivery man recently realized that he was delivering a package to Dustin Brown’s house, so he just had to say something. But unlike a person who sees a celebrity or athlete in the streets and doesn’t know what to say, the FedEx guy had at least some time to think. Yet all he […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Dustin Brown Trolls President Obama During Congratulatory Phone Call

The Los Angeles Kings recently won their second Stanley Cup title in three seasons, and may be on their way to establishing a dynasty. As such, President Obama called captain Dustin Brown to congratulate the team on its recent win, as well as invite the players to the White House. Brown is known for his sense of humor, and he turned it on during the congratulatory phone call. Obama...
Via The Sports Daily
July 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Watch: Kings Captain Dustin Brown Lifts the Stanley Cup

Friday’s Game 5 double-overtime thriller between the Kings and Rangers was one for the ages. Viewers were treated to a late-night delight that featured goaltenders standing on their heads, pucks clanging off posts and plenty of end-to-end action. The Kings came out on top, 3-2, which marked their second Stanley Cup title in three years. And there’s no better way to celebrate...
Via The Sports Daily
June 14, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Kings win Game 2 in double OT on Brown goal

Courtesy of @sportscenter Dustin Brown scored at the 10:26 mark of the second overtime period for the Los Angeles Kings as they won game two of the Stanley Cup Finals 5-4. The New York Rangers blew two goal leads three times in this game, and had to roll the dice in overtime. Just after the ice had been cleaned in the middle of the second overtime, Dustin Brown tipped in Willie Mitchell’s...
Via Total Sports Blog
June 07, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Dustin Brown lines up Marian Hossa, gets laid out

Los Angeles Kings captain Dustin Brown ran into a brick wall that goes by the name of Marian Hossa during Sunday’s Game 1 of the Western Conference final. During the third period, Brown readied himself to deliver a big hit on the Blackhawks forward behind the Chicago net, but Hossa had other plans. Big Hoss stood his ground and shrugged off Brown’s big check, sending him flying...
May 18, 2014  |  Discuss

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