Los Angeles Kings forward Dustin Brown
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EL SEGUNDO AND LOS ANGELES, CA — To his credit, Los Angeles Kings
winger and captain Dustin Brown
will be the first to tell you that he is not having a good 2013-14 season.
“I mean, I could be a hell of a lot better,” Brown said on January 3.
That Brown has scored just nine goals and has contributed a meager six assists for 15 points in 45 games, which includes just one power play goal, is evidence enough of that fact.
Head coach Darryl Sutter recently discussed Brown’s problems.
“Brownie’s game has been a struggle from day one, right from last Spring,” said Sutter. “It’s like whenever Brownie has a good game, everybody always [says], ‘oh, jeez, that’s Brown,’ and they look at the [scoresheet], and it says that he got eight hits, or scored two goals, and they’ll go ‘yeah! Hopefully that’ll get him going.’”
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