Dustin Brown to miss remainder of 2020-21 season with upper-body injury

Insiders, an update from the Kings, regarding forward Dustin Brown –

“After consultation with team medical staff, it has been determined that Dustin Brown will be sidelined for the remainder of the season due to an upper-body injury he sustained earlier in the year. Brown will continue to undergo treatment and rehabilitation.”

Brown leads all Kings players with 17 goals scored this season and has 31 points (17-14-31) from 49 games played, third-most on the team, second amongst forwards.

More information to follow as it comes out.

The Kings are currently on the ice for morning skate in El Segundo, in advance of tonight’s game against Colorado.

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