Jonathan Quick G LA 1 Day

Quick was able to practice Saturday but said that his wrist is still not 100 percent, ESPN reports.

Quick is trying to work his way back to health, but the early news from Los Angeles continues to note that his season might get off to a slow start. While the injury doesn't seem to have long-term determinants, he's still a viable option for fantasy squads.

Jonathan Quick G LA 6 Days

Quick (wrist) hasn't had any setbacks in his recovery and has begun to face shots as part of his rehab work, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Quick may not make it back for any preseason games but the Kings don't seem overly concerned with their veteran netminder. Backup Martin Jones might see a heavier workload in the early going as Quick comes back up to speed but there doesn't appear to be anything here that would impact Quick's spot in your draft day plans.

Jonathan Quick G LA 11 Days

Quick (wrist) is targeting a return to game action during the final few contests of the preseason, Jon Rosen of LAKingsInsider.com reports.

Quick is nearing the end of the 10-to-12 week recovery timetable he was given after undergoing surgery on his wrist after the Kings' Stanley Cup run, and will likely be limited in the early stages of training camp. However, the team expects their top netminder to gradually round into form as camp rolls on, so there wouldn't seem to be much reason to downgrade his significantly in drafts. Though he scuffled more than anticipated in the playoffs, Quick was rock-solid when healthy in the regular season, finishing with a 2.07 GAA and .915 save percentage over his 49 appearances.

Jonathan Quick G LA 3 Months

Kings captain Dustin Brown said that Jonathan Quick's teammates were aware that he was playing through a wrist injury during the second half of the playoffs.

Quick had surgery and will need 10-12 weeks to recover as a result. That will eat into his summer training program, but he should be fine by the start of the season.

Jonathan Quick G LA 3 Months

Los Angeles has confirmed that Jonathan Quick has undergone wrist surgery.

He's expected to be out of action for 10 to 12 weeks. According to a team spokesman, Quick was initially injured against the Anaheim Ducks in the second round of the playoffs.

Jonathan Quick G LA 3 Months

Jonathan Quick apparently required wrist surgery on Tuesday after getting hurt during the playoffs.

He wasn't able to attend a goalie camp at Stamford Twin Rinks in Connecticut, which is owned by his father-in-law, and an email was sent to parents discussing the netminder's wrist issue. The Kings made a correction to the statement, saying it wasn't an "emergency surgery." It was originally something that wasn't believed to be serious, but required a procedure after further examination. He's expected to miss at least eight weeks to recover.

Jonathan Quick G LA 3 Months

Jonathan Quick is now a two-time Stanley Cup Champion after making 28 saves on 30 shots in Game 5 to guide the Kings to a 3-2 double overtime victory over the Rangers.

Game 5 was absolutely nuts, as the teams traded numerous scoring chances in over 34 minutes of sudden-death hockey. The Kings had the upper hand through most of the game, outshooting New York 51-30 and eventually earning their second Stanley Cup in franchise history. Quick was forced to make some unbelievable saves with the game on the line, as the goaltender earned his second championship for Los Angeles.

Jonathan Quick G LA 3 Months

Jonathan Quick was beaten twice on 19 shots in Game 4 as the Rangers staved off elimination with a 2-1 victory over the Kings.

Quick played a strong game and so did his team in front of him, but L.A. was unable to squeeze an equalizer past Henrik Lundqvist, so the series will shift back to California. Quick was coming off a 32 save shutout in Game 3 in the home of his favourite boyhood team, the Rangers. But New York struck midway through the first and again in the second, both hard fought goals, to delay the Cup celebration for at least 48 hours.

Jonathan Quick G LA 3 Months

Jonathan Quick is one of just two opposing goaltenders to ever earn a shutout at Madison Square Garden in the Stanley Cup Final.

The other was Gerry Cheevers, who led the Boston Bruins to a 3-0 victory over the Rangers in 1972. This was also Quick's ninth career playoff shutout, which puts him in a tie for 11th on the all-time list.

Jonathan Quick G LA 3 Months

Jonathan Quick stood tall in goal for the Kings Monday night as they upended the New York Rangers by a score of 3-0 in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals.

Quick turned away all 32 Rangers shots he faced in the contest, which gives Los Angeles a commanding 3-0 lead in the best-of-seven series. With another strong showing to close out the series, Quick could vault to the top of the Conn Smythe race.