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Jonathan Quick | Goalie

Team: Los Angeles Kings
Age / DOB:  (28) / 1/21/1986
Ht / Wt:  6'1' / 220
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After undergoing offseason surgery, it appears that Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick is just now facing shots in practice environments.
In other words, he might not get much/any time in the preseason and could conceivably even start the 2014-15 season a bit slow. Martin Jones may be in line for extra early appearances. Quick is still a valuable pick, particularly considering the team in front of him, but keep an eye out for setbacks. Sep 13 - 3:11 PM

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According to Kings forward Dustin Brown, goaltender Jonathan Quick is the "best goalie in the world".

It's no surprise that people associated with the Kings feel this way, as Quick has twice experienced fantastic postseason runs and carried Los Angeles to a Stanley Cup. Rogie Vachon echoes Brown's statements, calling Quick "phenomenal". With nine years remaining on a 10-year, $58 million contract, Quick should be a mainstay in the Los Angeles crease for a very long time.
Aug 9 - 9:09 PM

Kings captain Dustin Brown said that Jonathan Quick's teammates were aware that he was playing through a wrist injury during the second half of the playoffs.

Quick had surgery and will need 10-12 weeks to recover as a result. That will eat into his summer training program, but he should be fine by the start of the season.
Jun 25 - 5:14 PM

Los Angeles has confirmed that Jonathan Quick has undergone wrist surgery.

He's expected to be out of action for 10 to 12 weeks. According to a team spokesman, Quick was initially injured against the Anaheim Ducks in the second round of the playoffs.
Jun 24 - 6:05 PM

Jonathan Quick apparently required wrist surgery on Tuesday after getting hurt during the playoffs.

He wasn't able to attend a goalie camp at Stamford Twin Rinks in Connecticut, which is owned by his father-in-law, and an email was sent to parents discussing the netminder's wrist issue. The Kings made a correction to the statement, saying it wasn't an "emergency surgery." It was originally something that wasn't believed to be serious, but required a procedure after further examination. He's expected to miss at least eight weeks to recover.
Jun 24 - 4:38 PM

Jonathan Quick is now a two-time Stanley Cup Champion after making 28 saves on 30 shots in Game 5 to guide the Kings to a 3-2 double overtime victory over the Rangers.

Game 5 was absolutely nuts, as the teams traded numerous scoring chances in over 34 minutes of sudden-death hockey. The Kings had the upper hand through most of the game, outshooting New York 51-30 and eventually earning their second Stanley Cup in franchise history. Quick was forced to make some unbelievable saves with the game on the line, as the goaltender earned his second championship for Los Angeles.
Jun 14 - 12:57 AM

Jonathan Quick was beaten twice on 19 shots in Game 4 as the Rangers staved off elimination with a 2-1 victory over the Kings.

Quick played a strong game and so did his team in front of him, but L.A. was unable to squeeze an equalizer past Henrik Lundqvist, so the series will shift back to California. Quick was coming off a 32 save shutout in Game 3 in the home of his favorite boyhood team, the Rangers. But New York struck midway through the first and again in the second, both hard fought goals, to delay the Cup celebration for at least 48 hours.
Jun 11 - 11:16 PM

Jonathan Quick is one of just two opposing goaltenders to ever earn a shutout at Madison Square Garden in the Stanley Cup Final.

The other was Gerry Cheevers, who led the Boston Bruins to a 3-0 victory over the Rangers in 1972. This was also Quick's ninth career playoff shutout, which puts him in a tie for 11th on the all-time list.
Jun 10 - 9:42 AM

Jonathan Quick is doing his best to keep Monday's big win over the Rangers in context.

Quick earned a 32-save shutout at Madison Square Garden to give the Los Angeles Kings a 3-0 series lead. "It was a playoff hockey game. We were trying to win a hockey game," Quick said simply. "We did a lot of things the right way. We were able to do that, so. . . now we get ready for the next one. The fourth one is always the most difficult, so . . ." Unless the Kings can win one more contest, they have nothing to celebrate. They have successfully stacked the series heavily in their favor, but they know their work isn't done yet. More importantly, they know that overcoming a 3-0 deficit is a real possibility.
Jun 10 - 9:35 AM

Jonathan Quick stood tall in goal for the Kings Monday night as they upended the New York Rangers by a score of 3-0 in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals.

Quick turned away all 32 Rangers shots he faced in the contest, which gives Los Angeles a commanding 3-0 lead in the best-of-seven series. With another strong showing to close out the series, Quick could vault to the top of the Conn Smythe race.
Jun 9 - 10:50 PM

Jonathan Quick doesn't seem bothered by his shaky playoff stats. At least, not considering the Los Angeles Kings are two wins away from their second Stanley Cup win.

Quick has struggled mightily at times, however. He's allowed 4+ goals eight different times in these playoffs, including in four of the last five games. His overall .906 save percentage this postseason doesn't inspire great confidence that he'll be an elite goalie in fantasy in 2014-15, even with an elite team in front of him.
Jun 8 - 5:34 PM

Jonathan Quick made 34 saves as the Kings defeated the Rangers 5-4 in double overtime in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final.

Quick had a rough start to the game, giving up two on 10 first-period shots and two more on 12 second-period ones. While he has not been reminiscent of his Conn Smythe self from 2012, Quick has come up with huge saves at the biggest of times. He was excellent between the pipes as the game wore on to allow the Kings to emerge with another overtime victory. Quick has posted a 2.80 save percentage and .906 save percentage in the playoffs. Los Angeles leads the series 2-0 as it shifts to New York for Monday's Game 3.
Jun 8 - 12:02 AM

Jonathan Quick and the L.A. Kings shook off an early 2-0 deficit and beat the Rangers 3-2 in overtime to grab an early lead in the Cup Final series after Game 1 on Wednesday night.

Quick made 25 saves on 27 shots, keeping his team in the game despite a surprising early push from the Rangers to begin Game 1. The L.A. Kings find themselves in a favorable position now, as the Game 1 winner has won 77% of Stanley Cup Final series' since the seven game format was adopted in 1939. After the game, Coach Darryl Sutter called Quick the best player in a Kings uniform in Game 1.
Jun 4 - 11:36 PM

Jonathan Quick left Tuesday's practice after taking a high shot from Kyle Clifford.

Quick is expected to be fine to play in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final despite this incident. For now this is just an FYI, but obviously if we start getting indications that Quick is questionable for Wednesday's contest, then this incident will likely be seen as the cause of that.
Jun 4 - 9:33 AM

Goaltender Jonathan Quick has had better nights but he emerged with enough saves -- 37 -- to help the Los Angeles Kings take Game 7 of their Western Conference Final in Chicago Sunday night.

The Kings prevailed 5-4 in overtime and earned the right to make their second appearance in the Stanley Cup Championship Series. They open the Final Wednesday at home against the New York Rangers. Quick, recognized by many as the premier goaltender in the NHL, is 12-9-2 entering the Final. His goals-against average is 2.86 and his save percentage, .906.
Jun 2 - 12:01 AM

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C1Anze Kopitar
2Mike Richards
3Jarret Stoll
4Jordan Nolan
LW1Marian Gaborik
2Dwight King
3Trevor Lewis
4Kyle Clifford
5Tanner Pearson
RW1Dustin Brown
2Jeff Carter
3Justin Williams
4Tyler Toffoli
5Adam Cracknell
D1Drew Doughty
2Slava Voynov
3Jake Muzzin
4Robyn Regehr
5Matt Greene
6Alec Martinez
7Jeff Schultz
G1Jonathan Quick
2Martin Jones