Jonathan Quick

#32 G / Los Angeles Kings / EXP: 8YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 214 lb Age: 30 College: Massachusetts

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INJURY ALERT: Questionable | Lower Body | Day-To-Day
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    Kings' Jonathan Quick: Out again Sunday

    Quick (lower body) did not take the ice Sunday and is once again scratched, Lisa Dillman of Los Angeles Times reports. Quick's return to practice Saturday certainly bodes well for a return in the near future, but it won't come Sunday against the Devils. The club will continue to go with either Jhonas Enroth (starting Sunday) or Peter Budaj until he's healthy, but neither of the two offers the daily upside of Quick on a nightly basis. His next chance to play comes Tuesday against the Flyers, but no clear target date has been specified at this point.

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    Kings' Jonathan Quick: Returns to practice Saturday

    Quick (lower body) practiced Saturday, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports. Quick was seen stretching at the Prudential Center in New Jersey, as the Kings are scheduled to face the Devils on Sunday afternoon. Currently, there are three goalies on the Kings' active roster, including Peter Budaj, who worked between the pipes Friday for the first time since the 2013-14 campaign. Jhonas Enroth is also an available option for the Kings should Quick prove unfit to play Sunday.

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    Kings' Jonathan Quick: Misses practice due to lower body injury

    Quick (lower body) is listed as day-to-day after sustaining a lower body injury late in Tuesday's win over Toronto, the Los Angeles Times reports. Quick was held out of the team's practice Wednesday and seems unlikely to suit up for Thursday's game. Expect Jhonas Enroth in the net for the Kings as Quick looks to get back into the lineup over the weekend.

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    Kings' Jonathan Quick: Saves 35 in rout of Bruins

    Quick stopped 35 of 37 shots and got nine goals of offensive support in Tuesday's road blowout of the Bruins. Traveling from coast to coast to take on a hot Bruins team isn't easy, but Quick and the Kings made it look that way, shrugging off an early goal until his offense got in gear. With four losses in his last five starts coming in, including a yanking last Thursday, Quick needed a good one, and he delivered. The East Coast road trip continues Thursday against the Islanders, and Quick's quite likely to draw that start as well.

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    Kings' Jonathan Quick: Starting Tuesday against Boston

    Quick will be in the crease in Tuesday's game against the Bruins, Joe Haggerty of CSN New England reports. Quick was terrible in his last outing, surrendering three goals on just nine shots before being yanked in the second period of Thursday's 4-2 loss to the Ducks. The 30-year-old netminder will look to bounce back Tuesday in a decent road matchup with a Bruins club averaging 2.75 goals per game at home this season, 15th in the NHL.

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    Kings' Jonathan Quick: Pulled after allowing three goals on nine shots

    Quick was pulled early in the second period of Thursday's 4-2 loss to the Ducks after allowing three goals on nine shots. Quick had been scuffling with just one win in his last four starts coming in, but he hit new lows against the surging Ducks with a season-low six saves. The American goaltender's history suggests a quick turnaround, and he still boasts a solid 2.19 GAA and .919 save percentage even after this clunker.

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    Kings' Jonathan Quick: Stops 24 in win

    Quick allowed two goals on 26 shots in Tuesday's 6-2 win over Arizona. Quick put an end to his three-game losing streak with Tuesday's performance. It was a good bounce back for the netminder after stumbling into the All-Star break, as he posted a .923 save percentage. The 30-year-old has been surprisingly inconsistent in his last 10 starts with a 5-4-1 record with a GAA ranging from 4.14 to 0.94.

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    Kings' Jonathan Quick: Back between pipes Tuesday

    Quick will be in the crease Tuesday night, facing the Coyotes on the road. Quick participated in the All-Star Game on Sunday, so he technically only had three days to rest over the break. You could say that Quick is used to such a heavy workload based on how he's appeared in 41 games this season and his 2,4654 minutes behind the pipes is second only to Devils goalie Cory Schneider, who has already crossed the 2,500-minute plateau. Since the Coyotes only put up 27.4 shots per game on average, second fewest in the NHL, Quick could be looking at a slow night Tuesday.

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    Kings' Jonathan Quick: Gives up four in loss

    Quick managed to stop just 15 of the Avalanche's 19 shots in Wednesday's 4-3 home loss. Quick has lost each of his last three starts, but nonetheless heads into the All-Star break with a 26-13-2 record. Playing in the exhibition game should give the veteran netminder a chance to move on from his recent struggles and regain the form that earned him his second All-Star berth in the first place.

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    Kings' Jonathan Quick: Will get the nod Wednesday

    Quick will start Wednesday's game against the Avalanche, Rich Hammond of the Orange County Register reports. Quick will look to get back on track after giving up three goals in each of his last two starts -- both losses. He will square off against a Colorado squad that sits seventh in the league with 2.71 goals per game but lit the lamp just once last time it faced Quick on Oct. 18.

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