Kings’ captain Dustin Brown takes the Swiss Quiz

LA Kings captain Dustin Brown has been over in Switzerland now for about a month. So, how’s he adjusting?

Well, he seems to be enjoying the candy.

Beyond that, he starts out by talking a little bit about why signed with the ZSC Lions during the lockout (echoing part of what he shared on MayorsManor just as he was leaving Los Angeles). Then, he takes a stab at a few trivia questions. Let’s see how he does…

Perhaps the strangest part of that video is him saying ‘I’m Dustin Brown..and I play for the Zurich Lions.’ Pretty sure that’s not what he thought he’d be saying six months after winning a Stanley Cup with the Kings.

If you remember though, Brown first had offers to play in the KHL – something he told us about exclusively, right as the lockout was getting underway in September.

To see Brown in action, scoring goals and making plays, click here for a look back at his first game with the Lions.

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