Brown's numbers (17 goals, 18 assists) have been down a bit from his past two seasons, mirroring his team's performance in 2019-20.
Given that Brown is 35 and the Kings don't have much talent on the ice, a 35-point season is understandable. He's a solid play in deeper leagues, as he still has the ability to produce. He gets cheaper in real dollars over the final two seasons of his contract as his salary drops to $4 million (retaining the same cap hit), so the Kings will likely keep him around moving forward.
Brown recorded a hat trick and an assist Saturday in a 7-3 win over the Wild.
It was his sixth career hattie. Brown has 35 points, including 17 goals, in 64 games this season. At 35, there's a lot of mileage on his body, but he still finds a way to contribute.
Brown registered a power-play assist, four shots on goal and three hits in Sunday's 4-1 win over the Golden Knights.
Brown set up the second of Anze Kopitar's two tallies in the first period. The winger has four goals and three helpers in his last nine contests. Brown is up to 31 points, 153 shots and 131 hits through 62 appearances. He's just recently been put back on the top power-play unit -- that could lead the 35-year-old winger to see an uptick in production over the final month of the season.
Brown scored a goal and an assist in Saturday's 2-1 overtime win over the Devils.
He potted the Kings' first goal midway through the second period, then helped set up Adrian Kempe for the winner in OT. Brown has two multi-point performances in the last six games, but on the season he has a somewhat disappointing 14 goals and 30 points through 61 contests.
Brown scored a goal on five shots, dished four hits and added two PIM in Sunday's 4-2 loss to the Oilers.
Brown's third-period tally brought the Kings within a goal, but they couldn't find an equalizer. The 35-year-old winger now has 13 markers, 28 points, 143 shots and 120 hits through 59 contests this season. With Tyler Toffoli traded to Vancouver, Brown has retaken the right wing spot on Anze Kopitar's line, which could give him a bit more fantasy value.
Brown scored twice on his two shots and added three hits with two PIM in Tuesday's 6-3 loss to Winnipeg.
Brown banged home a rebound 35 seconds into the game and added a deflection tally late in the third period for his first multi-goal game of the year. The 35-year-old has produced 12 goals and 27 points in 56 games this season, a respectable output for the worst team in the Western Conference.
Brown posted an assist in Wednesday's 5-3 win over the Flames.
Brown dropped a pass back to Kurtis MacDermid, who beat Flames goalie David Rittich for the tally at 1:42 of the third period. The assist snapped a five-game drought for Brown, who now has 25 points, 129 shots and 112 hits through 54 contests. The 35-year-old's sandpaper playing style gives him a more fantasy relevance despite playing on the Kings' anemic offense (2.45 goals per game).
Brown registered an assist, three shots on goal, two hits and two PIM in Thursday's 3-2 overtime win over the Coyotes.
Brown is on a five-game point streak, with two goals and three helpers in that span. The chippy winger has 24 points, 101 hits, 111 shots and 16 PIM through 48 appearances this season.
Brown posted an assist, two shots on goal and two hits in Wednesday's 4-2 loss to the Lightning.
During a four-game point streak, Brown has picked up two goals and two assists. The 35-year-old winger is up to 23 points, 108 shots and 99 hits through 47 contests this season. He'll continue to have some fantasy value while he skates alongside Anze Kopitar.
Brown tallied the team's only goal on three shots in Saturday's 4-1 loss to the Flyers.
It was Brown's 10th goal of the campaign, as he's now riding a three-game point streak. The 35-year-old is now at 10 goals, 22 points, 106 shots on goal while averaging 18:28 of ice time in 46 contests this season.
Brown (illness) had two hits and a shot in Monday's 4-2 loss to the Blue Jackets.
Brown skated only 13:36 in the contest, as coach Todd McLellan likely wanted to ease the veteran back into action after a four-game absence. The physical winger will likely build his strength back up in the next few games and should be good for depth scoring and physicality for the rest of the campaign.
Brown (illness) participated in practice and is expected to play in Monday's game versus the Blue Jackets, Kings beat writer John Hoven reports.
Brown has missed the past four games due to this sickness, but he's set to return to the top six for this cross-conference clash. The 35-year-old continues to be productive at the top level, as he's accrued 19 points, 94 shots on net and 84 hits through 39 games.
Brown (illness) is feeling better, but he won't be available for Saturday's game against the Predators, Kings beat writer John Hoven reports.
Brown's trending in the right direction, but he'll have to wait for Monday's clash with Columbus for his next opportunity to rejoin the lineup. Once he's given the green light, the 35-year-old winger will slot into a top-six role and a spot on the Kings' first power-play unit.
Brown (illness) has been ruled out for Tuesday's game against the Flyers, Dan Greenspan of NHL.com reports.
Brown can't kick this sickness, so he'll miss a third straight game. The Kings don't play again until Saturday against the Predators, so the veteran winger has plenty of time to get back into the lineup against the Western Conference foe. Brown has accrued 19 points through 39 games, and at 35 years old, he continues to bring physicality with 84 hits.
Brown (illness) won't be available for Friday's game against San Jose or Saturday's matchup with Vancouver, Kings beat writer John Hoven reports.
The Kings will likely recall a forward ahead of Friday's contest to fill in while Brown is in recovery mode. The veteran winger will be reevaluated prior to Tuesday's game against the Flyers.
Brown (illness) will take part in Thursday's game against the Blue Jackets.
Brown was battling a bug Wednesday evening but was apparently feeling better Thursday morning and will avoid avoid missing action. Assuming he can handle it, Brown should keep his spot on the top line and power-play unit, looking to pick up the pace after notching just 18 points through the first 36 games.
Brown (illness) will be a game-time decision for Thursday's clash with Columbus, Zach Dooley of LAKingsInsider.com reports.
According to Dooley, Brown was feeling better Thursday morning than he did Wednesday, but he still wasn't able to participate in morning skate, leaving him questionable at best against the Blue Jackets. If Brown's unable to go, Matt Luff will draw into the lineup against Columbus.
Brown scored a goal on two shots and added two PIM in Tuesday's 3-1 win over the Rangers.
Brown opened the scoring with 11 seconds left in the first period, which set the tone for the rest of the game. The winger's tripping minor in the third period led to Artemi Panarin's power-play goal that kept the Rangers from being shut out. Despite the sour ending to his performance, Brown bumped up to 17 points, 80 shots and 74 hits in 32 games this season.
Brown notched a power-play assist and three hits in Saturday's 4-3 loss to the Flames.
Brown found Drew Doughty for a goal at 14:43 of the first period, shortly after a four-on-four situation turned into a Kings power play. Brown improved to 16 points, 78 shots on goal and 73 hits in 31 contests. The helper was just his second power-play point of the season despite his usage on the top unit.
Brown collected an assist, two shots on goal and three hits in Saturday's 2-1 win over the Jets.
Brown set up a goal by defenseman Joakim Ryan to open the scoring in the first period. Brown is up to 15 points, 58 hits and 69 shots on goal through 27 games this season. His physicality and solid point production make him worth a look in fantasy circles.
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