Tag Archive for Dustin Brown

Dustin Brown is from Buffalo, okay?

And we like trading with Buffalo, do we not? Stop the Ducks, fix our broken D, swap big cap hits, bring back Richards. This is a win-win-win for us. Okay, if you’re not sure about Richards, subtract one of those wins. But it’s at least a win-win-wash. Dean can sell this. And make up for…

Subtract Brown and Stoll; add Richards

Deal Dustin Brown, whose value, no matter how far it’s fallen, is still higher “out there” than in reality, for a suitable replacement for Slava Voynov. Deal Stoll for a veteran Willie Mitchell replacement. Recall Mike Richards, whose numbers at this shitty low ebb for him are still as good as Brown’s, and give him better…

“No, the personnel.”

Sutter: The first goal is a bad change by a veteran player and the second goal is a bad penalty by a veteran player. On Dustin Brown referencing a lack of emotion: He did? He made a bad change on the first goal. On whether “emotion” plays into the team’s road struggles: It’s more than emotion…

Why didn’t Lombardi waive Dustin Brown?

This is a serious question. Dustin Brown’s numbers are just as bad as Mike Richards’s. Brown also has a long contract with a big cap hit. Brown is also on the downward slope of the productivity curve. I’m not prepared to write a gigantic post on all the many reasons why Richards and not Brown.…

Get Yer LA Kings Cumulative Stanley Cup Stats, 2012 + 2014

Some observations: 12 players played in all 46 games (11 skaters and Jonathan Quick). 16 players played in both 2012 and 2014 (15 skaters and Quick). 14 players played/dressed in only one of the two years (12 skaters, Jonathan Bernier and Martin Jones). At even strength, only Marian Gaborik has a higher goals-per-game than Tyler…

What happens when you sign a big contract, and then suck?

2007 – Lubomir Visnovsky signs five year extension. 2008 – Visnovsky traded to Edmonton. 2008 – Patrick O’Sullivan holds out, signs three year extension. 2009 – O’Sullivan traded to Edmonton. 2010 – Lombardi rests. 2011 – Jack Johnson signs seven year extension. 2012 – Johnson traded to Columbus. 2013 – Dustin Brown signs eight year…

Tyler Toffoli can’t play LW, we’ve been told…

…but he’s NHL-ready, and a pure sniper. Oh, and the Kings need goals. The problem is, there’s no room for him. Because the Kings have three top-six centers (Anze Kopitar, Mike Richards, Jeff Carter), one of whom has been converted to RW (Carter). Dustin Brown and Justin Williams are natural RWs. Brown goes left so…