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JONATHAN QUICK RUMORS

Kings to take net management one game at a time

Questions about goalies and playing time often prompt an amusing baseball reference or two from Kings Coach Darryl Sutter, letting out his inner manager for a minute. Not this time. Sutter, who once declared there would be "no pitching rotation" involving his top two goalies, instead traveled down memory lane when asked about the handling of his No. 1 goalie, Jonathan...
Via Pro Sports Daily
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Kings goalie Quick practices, not 100 percent

Goaltender Jonathan Quick practiced with the Los Angeles Kings on the first day of training camp Friday but said his surgically repaired wrist is not 100 percent. "But we're working and we're right on track with where we thought it'd be at this point," said Quick, who is three days past 12 weeks from the surgery, which was said to require a recovery period of 10-12 weeks.
Via Pro Sports Daily
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Brown: Kings treating title defense with more 'professionalism' this time around

Jonathan Quick smiled Friday during a media interview session as training camp opened. The usually stoic goaltender was asked why he was in good spirits with media around, and he replied he hadn't talked to reporters in three months, so that put him in a good mood. He quickly got his game face back on when it came to details of his wrist surgery, answering three consecutive questions...
Via Fox Sports West
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Kings Injury Update: Jonathan Quick might not be ready for preseason games

According to Ryan Dadoun of NBC Sports, Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick is still recovering from his wrist surgery, and might not be able to start playing just yet.  Quick's surgery took place back in June, and was only expected to take 10-12 weeks to recover. Although he is still hoping to be ready for training camp, it is still a question of whether or not Quick...
Via Sports Injury Alert
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Whether Quick plays in preseason will ‘go right down to the wire’

Jonathan Quick was originally projected to spend 10-12 weeks recovering from his wrist surgery, but as it turns out he might need at least a bit longer than that, per the Los Angeles Times. Kings GM Dean Lombardi said that whether or not Quick plays in the preseason at all will “go right down to the wire.” If that happens, it could make Quick sluggish for the start of the season...
Via Pro Sports Daily
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Have the LA Kings already seen the best from Jonathan Quick?

Jonathan Quick is a good goaltender. Like really, really good. The Los Angeles Kings have won two Stanley Cups in the last three seasons, both of which represent the only two in the history of their franchise, and he’s a tremendous reason for that, the first one in particular. That means it’s all down hill from here, right? That’s not to say that Quick is suddenly going...
Via Bloguin Best
August 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Montage of Darryl Sutter press conferences is wonderful

Monday night the Los Angeles Kings moved themselves one game away from hoisting the Stanley Cup for the second time in three years. Their 3-0 win over the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden gave the Kings a 3-0 lead in the Stanley Cup Final. It has truly been a remarkable run for the Kings, who opened the playoffs down 3-0 to the San Jose Sharks, before reeling off four wins...
Via Rumors and Rants
June 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Jonathan Quick dominates Rangers, Kings on brink of Cup

Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick has been surprisingly average throughout most of the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs, but he was literally unbeatable in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final on Monday night. The former Conn Smythe Trophy winner made 32 saves for his ninth career postseason shutout in a 3-0 victory over the New York Rangers as the Kings moved to the brink of their...
Via NESN.com
June 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Darryl Sutter: 'You pick a goalie in one game, I want Jonathan Quick'

LOS ANGELES -- Jonathan Quick is still just fine. The Los Angeles Kings goaltender, rumored to have been injured after a taking a puck high in Tuesday's practice, downplayed the injury during Stanley Cup Media Day. It appears that the momentary panic was somewhat overblown, as Quick took the the optional morning skate before Game 1 on Wednesday morning, and did not appear to...
Via Fox Sports West
June 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Russian player suggests Jonathan Quick dislodged net intentionally

Russian defenseman Slava Voynov is teammates with Jonathan Quick on the Los Angeles Kings, but that didn’t prevent him from calling out the United States goaltender after Saturday’s game. The American goalie slid to his left to make a save during the third period, and his leg dislodged the net slightly. The referees didn’t pick up on it right away, and as play continued, Russian...
Via NESN.com
February 16, 2014  |  Discuss
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