Brown told reporters Monday morning that “tonight is the night” and he sure backed that up. Having not scored since Game 1 against the Phoenix Coyotes, the Kings captain scored the opening goal on the power play and assisted on the second one 1:42 later and Jeff Carter’s second of the night early in the second period as the Kings won the Stanley Cup with a 6-1 victory over the New Jersey Devils.
Brown finishes tied with Anze Kopitar for the scoring lead with 20 points.
No. 2 Star: Jeff Carter, Los Angeles Kings
Carter capped off the playoffs with a pair of goals, his third and fourth of the series. He finishes with eight in the playoffs and 13 points.
No. 3 Star: Drew Doughty, Los Angeles Kings
With a pair of assists, Doughty finished a huge playoffs with points in 10 of his final 13 games and 16 points to finish fourth overall in scoring.
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