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Posted On Friday, 05.25.2012 / 4:39 PM

By Curtis Zupke -  NHL.com Correspondent /NHL.com - Devils vs. Kings Stanley Cup Final blog

Brown moving past Doan incident

The handshake line episode after Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals seems to be taking on a life of its own.

Phoenix Coyotes captain Shane Doan and teammate Martin Hanzal had words with Los Angeles Kings captain Dustin Brown after Brown’s hit on Michal Rozsival just before the winning goal. Roszival was injured on the play and never returned.

Doan on Friday apologized for his actions, saying he was wrong to dismiss Brown when Brown tried to explain the play during the handshake.

Brown told NHL.com on Friday that “it’s one of those things that’s done and happened and I’m not really thinking about it Phoenix. I’m more focused on moving forward.”

Brown did say the apology was not surprising considering Doan is known as a class guy off the ice.

“I’ve known him a little bit,” Brown said. “I was taken aback a little bit but, hey, it’s an emotional game.”

Brown found himself talking about the hit on Rozsival again and said it was an unfortunate turn of events from the Coyotes’ perspective.

“I play the game hard, and I thought it was a clean hit, and that’s it,” Brown said. “We’re moving on. Again, it happened so quick for them, that I’d like to give them the benefit of the doubt on the emotional level. It’s an emotional game out there.”
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Posted On Friday, 05.25.2012 / 3:12 PM

NHL.com - Devils vs. Kings Stanley Cup Final blog

Kings are heavy on Cup Final experience

The Kings boast eight players who have been the Stanley Cup Final before with other teams and four have won the Cup.

Complete list:

Justin Williams (Hurricanes), Rob Scuderi (Penguins), Dustin Penner (Ducks), Colin Fraser (Blackhawks), Mike Richards (Flyers), Jeff Carter (Flyers), Jarret Stoll (Oilers) and Matt Greene (Oilers).

Stanley Cup winners:

Justin Williams (Hurricanes), Rob Scuderi (Penguins), Dustin Penner (Ducks), Colin Fraser (Blackhawks)
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