Dustin Brown post-game – includes chirp for Penner and health update

Following the Kings 2-1 shootout win over the visiting Washington Capitals, here’s what LA captain Dustin Brown had to say…

On how he felt tonight:

“I felt fine. Obviously, getting up to speed after missing a week or two games. Just getting back up to game speed. I adjusted pretty well.”

On looking faster out on the ice:

“I didn’t feel that way. It’s one of those, like I said, I felt better since the break, quite honestly. Just from all around physical, mentally. I feel more like myself. Obviously the injury that I had and just getting back tonight felt good.”

On if he and Dustin Penner chirped at each other:

“No, the only thing I said to him was the best display of his hands was when he was picking up a piece of paper off the ice for the referees.”

On if it is weird to see Penner in a Capitals uniform:

“You kind of get used to guys in different uniforms. I’ve seen him in three different uniforms, so it’s not really that different.”

On Marian Gaborik:

“He fits in fine. He makes a really good play to Kopi and he gets a game winner in the shootout and that’s what we need.”

On the physicality of tonight’s game:

“I’m comfortable in that environment and it was good to get back into the mix of things like that.”

Penner wasn’t about to let that go without a retort. See what he told MayorsManor in response here.


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  1. 4 different uniforms… but it’s easy to lose count with a journeyman like Penner.

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