LA Kings captain Dustin Brown feels tonight’s the night

Videos from morning skate, prior to Game 6:

Additional videos shot this morning:

Dustin Penner on his confidence level heading into tonight’s game

– Trevor Lewis on the keys to Game 6 (with some bonus footage of Jarret Stoll)

Brad Richardson on not playing tonight and the mindset heading into Game 6

Also, links to the full MayorsManor video library can be found here.

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  1. […] feel tonight’s the night for this team,” Brown told Mayor’s Manor. “It’s not about me or any other individual on this team. It’s about the team coming in ready […]

  2. […] Preview: New Jersey Devils at Los Angeles Kings, 8 p.m. ET. (Kings lead series 3-2). The Kings will try for a third time to win their first Stanley Cup after dropping Games 4 and 5 while scoring a total of two goals in those games. Both teams will not make any changes to their lineup. Kings captain is quite confident that tonight is the night. […]

  3. […] feel tonight’s a night for this team,” Brown told Mayor’s Manor. “It’s not about me or any other particular on this team. It’s about a group entrance in […]