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Sep 28, 2014
Rotoworld
According to Kings' head coach Darryl Sutter, Jonathan Quick, Drew Doughty and Jarret Stoll were all available to play on Sunday.
LA Kings Insider Sep 29, 2014

Players on the mend travel with Kings; 22 or 23-man roster?

Drew Doughty (upper-body), Jarret Stoll (hip surgery), Jonathan Quick (wrist surgery) and Marian Gaborik (body) traveled to San Jose with the Kings this afternoon and will be with the club for their three-game, six-day road trip. Daryl Sutter had said on Sunday that Doughty, Stoll and Quick had been fully cleared to play. Darryl Sutter, on Marian Gaborik: He’ll travel and practice and play at some point. Sutter, on Jonathan Quick: Same thing. Everybody is the same as yesterday. That’s the luxury of three games. We’re not playing ‘em all three games. Just talk to ‘em tonight and kind...
Rotoworld Sep 28, 2014

Quick, Doughty and Stoll cleared to play - Jonathan Quick (G) Los Angeles Kings

According to Kings' head coach Darryl Sutter, Jonathan Quick, Drew Doughty and Jarret Stoll were all available to play on Sunday.
LA Kings Insider Sep 19, 2014

Quick not yet 100% but on track and optimistic

There was guarded optimism at Toyota Sports Center on Friday when Jonathan Quick, who underwent wrist surgery on June 24, joined his team on the ice and appeared no worse for the wear after the first team-wide practice of training camp. The original diagnosis was that he would be sidelined from 10-to-12 weeks, and September 16 represented the 12-week anniversary of his surgery. While he’s happy with his progress, he noted that he’s not yet at a hundred percent, “but we’re working and we’re right on track with where we thought it’d be at this point.” It was reported that [...]
LA Kings Insider Sep 10, 2014

Quick should be “full go” near the end of training camp

Jonathan Quick is expected to be “full go” near the end of camp, according to Kings hockey operations. As reported by Puck Daddy, Quick suffered a wrist injury during the team’s Stanley Cup run and needed surgery, which took place on June 24. It was originally expected that the recovery time from surgery would take 10-12 weeks; that expectation would place his expected window of recovery between September 2 and 16. Quick will be “limited” in what he’ll be able to participate in at the outset of training camp, according to hockey operations. Veterans are expected to take the ice...

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