Los Angeles Times

Kings to retire Brown’s jersey


The Kings will retire Dustin Brown’s No. 23 and unveil a statue of their former winger, who captained them to two Stanley Cups.

The ceremony to honor the retired star will be held Feb. 11 at Crypto.com Arena. Brown will be the seventh King to have his jersey retired and the fourth Kings statue outside the arena.

Brown, drafted in the first round in 2003, played all 18 of his seasons with the

Kings, the longest career in franchise history. He ranks in the team’s top 10 in most major categories including games (first), goals (sixth) and points (seventh).

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