Kings 5, Blackhawks 4
Brown scored at 18:33 of the third period to settle the contest.
While Los Angeles broke their two-game losing streak, Chicago suffered their second consecutive loss and the third in its last six games.
The defending Stanley Cup champions used their trademark pressing offense to keep Chicago on its heels and on defense for much of the game, outshooting the Blackhawks 36-25, including a lopsided 17-9 in the third period.
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Bruins 3, Maple Leafs 2 (SO)
Patrice Bergeron tied the game in the third period and then had the deciding goal in the shootout, lifting the Boston Bruins to a come-from-behind 3-2 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs.
The victory, coming on the heels of a 1-3 road trip, gave the Bruins a split of the home-and-home Original Six series with the Leafs, who won 3-2 in Toronto Saturday night.
Tyler Seguin and Bergeron connected against Toronto goalie James Reimer, and Tuukka Rask then sealed the win with a save on Nikolai Kulemin.
The Bruins, who moved back into a tie with idle Montreal atop the Northeast Conference (Boston has two games in hand), scored just six goals on their four-game trip and trailed this game 2-0.
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Predators 3, Oilers 2
Sergei Kostitsyn chalked up a goal and an assist as the Nashville Predators won their third straight game, holding off Edmonton 3-2.
Kevin Klein and Chris Mueller broke a 1-1 tie in the second period with goals for Nashville (14-13-6), which can sweep its four-game homestand Thursday night with a win over Phoenix.
Nashville started the evening in 10th place in the Western Conference, just two points out of a playoff spot.
Corey Potter and Shawn Horcoff scored goals for the Oilers (11-13-7), who dropped their third straight game and remain five points out of the playoff picture.
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Senators 3, Devils 2 (SO)
Mika Zibanejad scored the shootout winner, and Ben Bishop made two shootout saves as the Ottawa Senators beat the New Jersey Devils 3-2.
It was the second time in two meetings this season the Senators and Devils needed to go to the skills competition to decide the game.
The Devils outshot the Senators 29-13 through three periods and 5-1 in the extra five minutes.
Martin Brodeur's glove stop off a Daniel Alfredsson one-timer in the last minute of overtime extended the night.
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Wild 7, Stars 4
The Minnesota Wild got two goals and an assist from Zach Parise in a 7-4 win over the Stars for their first win in Dallas since 2003.
Minnesota trailed three separate times in the first two periods, and the game was tied at 4-4 before the Wild scored the final three goals.
Kyle Brodziak's short-handed goal at 12:38 of the third period stood up as the game-winner. Dany Heatley and Pierre-Marc Bouchard added goals in the final two minutes, Bouchard's going into an empty net.