Brown postgame quotes

Dustin Brown’s thoughts on tonight’s effort by the Kings…

BROWN: “I think we just got away from our game plan a little bit. Like you said, it was spurts of good play and spurts of bad play. Of course, you have to limit your mistakes. We made some mistakes, and that’s a team that’s going to capitalize on those. I think we just need to be better and more consistent. Much like the game in New York, when we were good except for the first period – although I still don’t think we were bad in the first period – tonight we didn’t have that consistency, shift after shift, and good teams are going to take advantage of that.’’

(on how much the second-period penalties hurt the Kings…)

BROWN: “Yeah. For the guys on the PK, that’s a lot of ice time. That’s almost half the period on the Pk. Also, it kind of throws a little funk into the rhythm of the bench, with the guys who don’t play PK and the guys who do. When you get into penalty trouble like that, it’s tough to have rhythm on the bench.’’

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