Found August 09, 2012 on Fox Sports West:
LONDON -- Kings goalie and Stanley Cup MVP Jonathan Quick had a "minor surgical procedure" on Thursday, repairing a disc fragment and an inflammatory cyst, according to the team. Quick, who helped lead the Kings to their first Stanley Cup in franchise history this past season, will start his back rehabilitation activities in about a week, and the team said that a full recovery should take a minimum of six weeks. That time frame puts it at late September, which would seemingly coincide with the start of training camp. But plans for training camp, of course, are far from certain because of the murky NHL labor situation. Quick, in early July, signed a 10-year contract extension worth 58 million.

Jonathan Quick Had A Minor Surgical Procedure

Per Kings PR, G Jonathan Quick underwent a minor surgical procedure to repair a disc fragment and an inflammatory cyst that had formed.— lisa dillman (@reallisa) August 9, 2012 Re Jonathan Quick, recovery time is to be a minimum of six weeks.— lisa dillman (@reallisa) August 9, 2012

Minor surgery for Jonathan Quick

Jonathan Quick required some minor surgery to repair a disc fragment and an inflammatory cyst this week, as reported by the LA Times. The surgery, which was described as a "minor surgical procedure", is expected to require approximately six weeks for Quick to make a full recovery. As things stand Quick should be at 100% by the time the Los Angeles Kings start training...
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