Jonathan Quick G LA 2 Days
Quick saved 40 of 41 shots on Sunday in a 2-1 win against the Wild.
As expected, Quick has gotten off to a hot start to the season, with Sunday marking the second game in a row he recorded at least 40 saves. After two losses to start the year, Quick's picked up the win in his last three starts, and continues to be a top fantasy option in net.
Jonathan Quick G LA 2 Days
Quick will be in between the pipes for the Kings on Sunday, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports.
Quick had a very strong game against the Blues on Thursday, stopping all 43 shots he saw in regulation and overtime as well as three shots in the shootout. As expected, Quick has started the season very strongly and should continue his play throughout the season.
Jonathan Quick G LA 4 Days
Quick completely silenced the Blues on 43 shots through regulation and overtime Thursday, then stopped three more in the shootout for his first shutout of the year.
Quick had been building toward this, getting better every start, so no surprises there. He'll probably be out there once more Sunday against Minnesota.
Jonathan Quick G LA 5 Days
Quick will play between the pipes Thursday against the Blues, Jon Rosen of LAKingsInsider.com reports.
Quick delivered the best of his three outings on the season Tuesday against the Oilers, nearly shutting out the Oilers before Matt Hendricks beat him with less than a minute remaining. He'll face a far stiffer challenge Thursday against a formidable Blues attack, with Brian Elliott making the start for St. Louis in the opposite goal.
Jonathan Quick G LA 6 Days
Quick put a stop to 31 of 32 shots in Tuesday's 6-1 win over the Oilers, narrowly missing a shutout when he gave up a Matt Hendricks goal with 21 seconds remaining.
Tough break for Quick to miss out on his first shutout of the year, but the important thing is that he delivered a dominant outing against an Edmonton team that's pretty deep with offensive talent and outshot the Kings on Thursday.
Jonathan Quick G LA 7 Days
Quick is in line to start Tuesday's game against the Oilers, Lisa Dillman of the LA Times reports.
Quick exited the ice first following Tuesday's morning skate, which puts him on track to start Tuesday night. Quick is searching for his first win of the season after going 0-1-1 in his first two starts.
Jonathan Quick G LA 9 Days
Quick stopped 37 of 40 shots in Saturday's overtime loss to the Coyotes.
Quick rebounded nicely after a shaky season debut but will likely take a seat in the second game of a back-to-back Sunday.
Jonathan Quick G LA 10 Days
Quick was the first goalie off the ice at Saturday's morning skate and is thus in line to start against the Coyotes, Jon Rosen of LAKingsInsider.com reports.
Coach Darryl Sutter is generally reluctant to announce a starter after his team takes part in morning skate, but it appears fairly safe to pencil in Quick for Saturday's outing. The netminder had a poor showing in his season debut Wednesday against the Sharks, yielding four goals on 27 shots in the shutout defeat. Look for Quick to bounce back with a stronger effort Saturday, with an expected rest coming his way Sunday versus the Jets.
Jonathan Quick G LA 12 Days
Quick surrendered four goals on 27 shots Wednesday as the Kings fell to the Sharks on opening night. He was also pulled after two periods and replaced by backup Martin Jones.
Perhaps it was a bit of a Stanley Cup hangover that plagued the boys from Hockeywood in this one, as the Sharks spoiled their banner-raising celebration in a 4-0 rout. It also didn't help that San Jose was out for blood after historically blowing a 3-0 series lead to the Kings in last year's playoffs. Regardless, Quick owners need not worry, since he should be one of the league's premium backstoppers this season -- health permitting, of course.
Jonathan Quick G LA 13 Days
Quick will be in the net for Wednesday's game against the Sharks, Jon Rosen of LAKingsInsider.com reports.
Quick underwent surgery on his wrist shortly after the Kings claimed the Stanley Cup in June, but was fully cleared by the end of camp and enters 2014-15 with his health intact. He wasn't quite as sharp in the Kings' latest playoff run as he was when he won Conn Smythe honors in the 2012 postseason, but Quick will nonetheless enter the upcoming campaign as one of the league's premier netminders.