Dustin Brown & Louis Blues

Dustin Brown (born December 8, 1984 in Celle, West Germany) is a German-Jamaican professional tennis player. Louis Prince Jones, Jr. (April 28, 1931 – June 27, 1984), credited as Louis Jones or Louis (Blues Boy) Jones, was an American R&B singer, songwriter and musician who recorded in the 1950s and 1960s. 2.0/5

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T.J. Oshie was named to Team USA partly because of his prowess in the shootout. That paid off when he put on a show in the shootout to beat Russia 3-2 on Saturday. International rules allow a player to go multiple times in the shootout after the initial three shoot, and Oshie connected four out of six times to get the win. "I've seen him do 1,000 times in practice, that little move he does," said USA and St. Louis Blues teammate David Backes. "It kind of makes me chuckle when I see it." Oshie nearly had pull out his full repertoire when Ilya Kovalchuk tied the shootout and Pavel Datsyuk had put the Russians ahead at one point. "His hockey sense is off the charts and he makes plays," Backes said. "Today he got to do it in front of a lot of spectators here and a lot of spectators back home." The Americans had a great chance to win it in overtime, but Russian goalie Sergei Bobrovsky stopped Patrick Kane on a breakaway with 2:41 left in the five-minute OT. Bobrovsky squeezed his pads as Kane tried to push the ...
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Los Angeles • Dustin Brown scored two goals, Jonathan Quick made 23 saves, and the eighth-seeded Los Angeles Kings finished an improbable four-game sweep of the St.
Dustin Brown scores twice, No. 8 seeds await Phoenix-Nashville winner after knocking off West’s top two teams.
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