Brown registered two assists, one on the power play, and three hits in Saturday's 5-2 win over the Golden Knights.
The pair of helpers gave Brown 51 points (22 goals, 29 assists) in 72 contests this season. He added 180 shots and 150 hits. Brown didn't get to 50 points between the lockout-shortened 2012-13 campaign and 2016-17, but he has now reached that mark in consecutive years. At 34 years old, it's unclear how long Brown will remain fantasy relevant, especially given his physical style of play.
Brown became the Kings' all-time leader in career regular-season games at 1,112 Thursday in Vancouver.
When he's been healthy, Brown has delivered reliable mid-tier numbers for his owners throughout the season. Based on his shooting percentage, which is above 12 for just the fifth time in his career, he'd likely have flirted with 60 points this year had he played a full season.
Brown posted a goal and two assists with eight shots on net in an 8-4 loss to the Oilers on Tuesday.
The 34-year-old isn't far off his shots on goal pace from last season, which was his best mark in the category since 2010-11. He also has a shooting percentage almost 3.0 percent higher than his career norm. Unfortunately, Brown missed substantial time because of injury this season -- that's kept his numbers at bay. Still, owners have to like his 21 goals and 48 points in 66 games.
Brown scored a goal on seven shots and supplied an assist in Thursday's 4-2 win over the Sharks.
The top line of Brown, Anze Kopitar and Alex Iafallo combined for six points in the outing. Brown has collected three goals and two helpers in his last three contests, raising his season totals to 20 goals and 44 points in 63 games. It's the seventh time in his career he's netted 20 tallies.
Brown scored a power-play goal on three shots and added five hits in a 3-2 loss to the Jets on Monday.
Brown has five of his 19 goals this season in just eight games in March. He's added 19 hits and 24 shots in that span, making a strong push at the end of the year. Overall, he's gathered 42 points in 62 contests, down from last year's 62 points by a fair margin but still strong enough to be considered as a depth option in many fantasy formats. The 136 hits and 152 shots give his value a little extra boost.
Brown registered an assist in a 3-1 loss to the Canadiens on Tuesday.
Brown added a pair of hits, bringing his season totals to 38 points and 122 hits in 56 games. The 34-year-old winger had 61 points last season, but has regressed this year, currently on pace to finish between 45 and 50 points. The physical edge Brown plays with can boost his fantasy value in leagues that count hits.
Brown scored two goals, one on the power play, in Saturday's 6-3 win over the Blackhawks.
The veteran winger scored the Kings' first and last goals of the afternoon to record his first multi-goal performance since he notched a hat trick against the Oilers on Nov. 25. Not surprisingly, Brown hasn't been able to match his career-best numbers from last season, but he still has a solid 16 goals and 37 points through 55 games.
Brown scored a goal but was a minus-2 in a 6-1 loss to the Hurricanes on Tuesday.
Brown ruined Petr Mrazek's shutout bid late in the third period with his 14th goal of the year. The Kings' forward recently went 12 games without a goal but has scored twice in his last three contests. Despite averaging a career-best 20:25 TOI in 2018-19, Brown sits at 35 points through 53 games, well back of his benchmark 61-point campaign from a season ago.
Brown was the only Kings player to find the scoresheet in Saturday's 6-1 loss to the Panthers.
Brown still made the highlight reel in the crushing loss, as he ripped the puck away from Keith Yandle and flung it top shelf behind Roberto Luongo for an unassisted goal. With 13 goals, 21 assists and six power-play points through 51 games, Brown has been one of the few bright spots on a team with the league's worst record.
Brown dished out two assists in Saturday's road loss to the Islanders.
The Kings only scored twice so Brown had a hand in both efforts. Brown has been a strong puck distributor since the calendar flipped to 2019, posting a goal and eight assists in 11 games while firing just 12 shots on net in that span. The lack of shots is concerning considering he marked 222 shots last season, so he'll need to return to that rate to fill out his offensive potential.
Brown registered an even-strength assist in Monday's 4-3 win over the Blues.
Brown has been spectacular this month, with the winger recording exactly one point (one goal, six assists) in seven of 10 games. With rocket launcher Ilya Kovalchuk back on the top line opposite Brown, the latter has scaled back on his shot attempts for an increased emphasis on the passing game.
Brown tallied a goal, an assist, a minus-1 rating and three shots during Monday's 3-2 overtime win over the Avalanche.
Brown continues to stay hot with eight goals and 15 points in his last 18 games. The Kings captain will struggle to top last year's 61-point campaign from 2017-18, but this recent hot streak should give fantasy owners some comfort heading into 2019.
Brown recorded an assist in Monday's 3-1 road loss to the Red Wings.
Brown was the secondary distributor on captain Anze Kopitar's third-period tally. You won't find too many DFS players paging through the Kings roster for viable options; frankly, there aren't too many of them considering this team ranks dead last in scoring at 2.2 goals per game. Still, Brown is an exception since he leads LA with a respectable 0.76 PPG average.
Brown delivered an assist with four shots during Sunday's 2-0 win over Carolina.
Brown helped set up the opening goal of the game with just over two minutes remaining. It was the sixth assist of the year for the winger as he upped his point total to 14 in 17 games played.
Brown scored a goal and added an assist in Tuesday's 2-1 overtime win versus the Canucks.
Brown scooped up a rebound in overtime and fired it into a wide-open net to give the Kings back-to-back wins. The 34-year-old winger tallied a hat trick against the Oilers in his last outing, so he now has five points in the last two games. The Kings travel to Edmonton on Thursday.
Brown scored three goals during Sunday's 5-2 win over Edmonton.
It was the second multi-point game of the year for the winger, as Brown's three goals upped his season total to six, doubling the amount he entered the game with.
Brown tallied a goal, three points, a plus-3 rating and five hits in a 4-1 victory against the Blue Jackets on Saturday.
The right winger missed the first few weeks with a finger injury, but he's been mighty impressive in his first three games, recording two goals and four points. Brown is clearly healthy too, indicated by the fact he has posted 14 hits in three contests. If he stays healthy, Brown is a candidate to score 20 goals and post 200 hits.
Brown scored a power-play goal and logged 22:17 of ice time Sunday in a 4-3 win over New York.
Brown was extra eager to fill the scoresheet Sunday. Returning to L.A.'s lineup, the 33-year-old, on top of scoring a goal, tallied three shots on goal, dished out a team-high seven hits and even blocked a shot. Fully recovered from his finger injury, Brown appears motivated to prove his 61-point performance from a season ago was no fluke.
Brown (finger) has been activated from the Kings' injured reserve, per the NHL's official media site.
Brown was cleared to play already but had to serve the rest of his time on long-term injured reserve. The Kings are hoping Brown can change their fate, as they've gotten off to a brutal 2-7-1 start. The 33-year-old winger had 28 goals and 61 points -- 15 on the power play -- in 81 games last season and will immediately return to the top six for Sunday's game versus the Rangers.
Brown (finger) has been cleared to return for Sunday's road game against the Rangers, Jon Rosen of Fox Sports West reports.
Brown told Rosen that he was actually fit to play in Tuesday's road game against the Stars, but the winger was ineligible for that contest due to his initial placement on long-term injured reserve. The Kings and fantasy owners alike should be eager to see Brown in action, as he managed a career-high 61 points (28 goals, 33 assists) over 81 games in the 2017-18 campaign -- to put his surge into perspective, consider that he experienced a 25-point increase compared to the prior season's output.
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