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Incredibly, Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick has allowed 12 goals in two playoff games against the San Jose Sharks.
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Jonathan Quick gives up seven goals to Sharks - Jonathan Quick (G) Los Angeles Kings

Incredibly, Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick has allowed 12 goals in two playoff games against the San Jose Sharks.
Home Ice | SI.com Apr 18, 2014

Sharks get to Jonathan Quick, Kings early, hang on for 6-3 Game 1 Win

By Allan Muir The San Jose Sharks scored early and often, beating Jonathan Quick three times in the first period on the way to a 6-3 win in their series opener against the Los Angeles Kings Thursday night. Joe Thornton got the hosts on the board just 3:06 in with a deft deflection of a […]
Los Angeles Times Apr 16, 2014

Kings feed off Jonathan Quick's confidence to gear up for playoffs

Jonathan Quick will play in his 51st playoff game Thursday when the Kings play at San Jose. Captain Dustin Brown says the goalie's attitude is good for the team. Maybe it took going to Sochi for the Winter Olympics and getting out of the grinding day-to-day NHL routine to get a slightly different look at the abilities of goalie Jonathan Quick.
LA Kings Insider Apr 16, 2014

Quick: “We have a lot of guys that just hate to lose”

Jonathan Quick stopped 195 of 205 shots in last year’s seven-game series against San Jose, and his .951 save percentage against the Sharks was the second highest of the seven playoff series he has been a part of over the last two years. Only the opening round series against Vancouver, in which Quick allowed eight goals on 172 shots, did the Kings’ goalie produce a better save percentage in any of the playoff series over the past two seasons. He has been especially sharp through the first two rounds. Against Vancouver and St. Louis in 2012, and St. Louis and [...]
Los Angeles Times Apr 13, 2014

Kings' Jonathan Quick wins NHL's Jennings Trophy

Quick wins an award as a goaltender for the team surrendering the fewest goals, becoming the first King to take the William M. Jennings Trophy.There is one small downside to winning the William M. Jennings Trophy, according to Kings goalie Jonathan Quick.
Home Ice | SI.com Apr 8, 2014

Video: Jonathan Quick of Kings surprises piano prodigy on Ellen TV show

By Allan Muir Daniel Clarke Bouchard doesn’t seem like the sort of kid who is at a loss for words very often. The 12-year-old Montreal native is a piano prodigy who already has played Carnegie Hall and he’s blessed with an outsized personality that’d stop Will Smith in his tracks. Both of those gifts were […]
LA Kings Insider Apr 8, 2014

Video: Jonathan Quick surprises his biggest fan

14-year-old pianist Daniel Clarke Bouchard of Montreal is a big Los Angeles Kings fan, and Jonathan Quick is his favorite player. After performing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show yesterday, he received an enormous surprise. I have a feeling he’ll be taking Jonathan up on those Kings tickets. -Stick tap to Andy Lassner, Madison Kirshenblatt and Heather Bardocz. Photo credits: Michael Rozman / Warner Bros
Los Angeles Times Apr 8, 2014

NHL pluses and minuses: Jonathan Quick closing in on award

The Kings' Jonathan Quick looks to win goaltending trophy as the Capitals' Alexander Ovechkin comes up with a sorry excuse for quitting on a play against Dallas last week.Los Angeles Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses in the NHL from the previous week:
Los Angeles Times Apr 1, 2014

Jonathan Quick holds himself accountable and it's the Kings who benefit

Quick's numbers in goal weren't great early in the season. But since the Olympic break, he's looked more like the player who was MVP of the 2012 playoffs. In goaltender Jonathan Quick's second start for the Kings this season, he was yanked after yielding four goals to Winnipeg on 27 shots. In his third start he gave up a blooper goal to the New York Rangers when he dropped his stick and a dump-in deflected off his blocker.
Los Angeles Times Mar 30, 2014

Jonathan Quick had a leg up on competition with great save

A day later, Kings are still talking about goalie Jonathan Quick's amazing kick-save on Winnipeg's Blake Wheeler, while flat on his belly.Upon further review . . .
LA Kings Insider Mar 30, 2014

Reaction, video of Quick’s save on Blake Wheeler

In the last two home games, Jonathan Quick robbed Thomas Fleischmann blind with his glove and used what is being described as a “scorpion kick” to take a goal away from Blake Wheeler. From Harrison Mooney of Puck Daddy: Hot. Scorpion. Magic. Jonathan Quick’s got scorpion blood. There is no other explanation for this. Completely down and out, he robs Blake Wheeler with that impossible back-kick. We’ll get the LAKings.com video up very soon; until then, here’s an awfully good look at the save: The most similar save that I can recall was Nicklas Backstrom’s save on Slava Voynov’s...
Home Ice | SI.com Mar 30, 2014

VIDEO: Jonathan Quick makes case for Save of the Year with scorpion kick

By Nick Stoico On the same night where legendary netminder Dominik Hasek was honored in Buffalo after a career of ridiculous saves, Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick did his best “Dominator” impression against the Jets. No stranger to highlight-reel saves, Quick was sprawled out on the ice and somehow was able to keep the […]
LA Kings Insider Mar 23, 2014

The View from Florida

MIAMI HERALD George Richards: Jonathan Quick, Kings too much for Florida Panthers The Panthers offered a few challenges Saturday but none bigger than a Tomas Fleischmann shot with Florida trailing 2-0 in the second. Fleischmann, who has been a victim of bad puck luck all season, had a wide-open net when he fired an odd-angled shot. Quick’s left arm shot though the air, however, his glove snapping the puck out of the air just before it crossed the line. Hockey Central in Toronto reviewed the play to see if Quick’s glove went over the line, and his grand larceny was [...]
Miami Herald Mar 23, 2014
Jonathan Quick, Kings too much for Florida Panthers

Jonathan Quick, Kings too much for Florida Panthers

There was no beating Jonathan Quick on Saturday, just like many before it.
LA Kings Insider Mar 22, 2014

With record win, Quick emerges as franchise torchbearer

Jonathan Quick won the 172nd game of his career on Saturday, surpassing Rogie Vachon as the winningest goaltender in National Hockey League history. For Quick, the 172 wins came over a span of 327 games played. For Vachon, the 172 wins came over 389 total games, a remarkable accomplishment given that games ended in ties after 60 minutes, and there wasn’t a possibility to earn wins in shootouts. The Kings also varied in their level of distinction in the 1970’s, posting only one 40-win season. The current Kings team won its 40th game of the season, a mark that has [...]

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