October 16, 2010 10:30 am

Fan salute

Did the Kings start a new tradition last night? After the win, team captain Dustin Brown led the Kings in a “raised stick” tribute to the fans, a nice gesture that a couple other NHL teams have also picked up over the years. After the game, the players said the idea was Brown’s, and Brown said he had done it at other levels of hockey throughout his career.

BROWN: “The support here that we’ve gotten, not only in the past couple years but ever since I’ve been here, has been unbelievable. It’s something very simple that allows us to show how much we appreciate them each and every game.”

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