Quick entered the league's postponement of play with a 2.79 GAA, .904 save percentage and 16-22-4 record.
The 2.79 mark is a solid effort given his lackluster supporting cast, and although his save percentage still trails his career mark of .913, it's a marked improvement over last season's disastrous .888 showing. Quick is far from elite these days, so he's probably best suited to matchup-based plays and spot starts, if possible.
Quick turned aside 21 of 22 shots in Monday's 3-1 win over the Avalanche.
Quick won his third straight game and the fifth in his last six starts. The 34-year-old goalie improved to 16-22-4 with a 2.79 GAA and a .904 save percentage through 42 starts this year. He's allowed one goal or fewer in his last six games -- Quick can be trusted in certain matchups.
Quick was the first goalie off the ice Monday, Jon Rosen of Fox Sports West reports, indicating he will be between the pipes at home versus Colorado.
Quick hasn't suffered a regulation loss in his last five appearances, as he's posted a 4-0-1 record and .957 save percentage. The Connecticut native figures to continue splitting much of the workload with Cal Petersen down the stretch as the organization tries to determine what it has in Quick's younger teammate.
Quick posted a 36-save shutout in Thursday's 1-0 shootout win over the Maple Leafs.
Quick and Leafs goalie Frederik Andersen matched each other through 65 minutes of playing time. Quick then made three out of four saves during the shootout to pick up the win, which was also his first shutout of the year. The 34-year-old goalie improved to 15-22-4 with a 2.83 GAA and a .904 save percentage in 41 starts. With just seven goals allowed in his last five games, Quick has picked the perfect time of the year to heat up for his fantasy owners.
Quick will draw the home start for Thursday's game against Toronto, Helene Elliott of the Los Angeles Times reports.
The 34-year-old has been outstanding in his past five starts, going 3-1-1 along with a 1.96 GAA and .940 save percentage. Quick will draw a tough matchup against a Maple Leafs offense that currently leads the league in goals per contest this campaign (3.49).
Quick turned aside 32 shots in Saturday's 2-1 overtime win over the Devils.
The veteran turned back the clock with a spectacular performance in a goaltending duel against MacKenzie Blackwood, with Jesper Bratt's one-timer midway through the first period being the only puck to get past him. Quick hasn't lost in regulation in four starts, going 3-0-1, but on the season he still carries a shaky 2.91 GAA and .901 save percentage.
Quick will get the home start Saturday against the Devils.
Cal Petersen has taken the last two starts, but with the Kings playing Sunday as well, Quick will get back in the crease. Quick has shown flashes in February and has a respectable .912 save percentage over seven appearances, but a lack of goal support leaves him with a 2-4-1 record during the month. It could be tough to overcome that in this contest, as counterpart MacKenzie Blackwood has a 1.15 GAA over his last six starts.
Quick allowed only one goal on 31 shots in Saturday's 2-1 shootout loss to the Avalanche.
Quick couldn't make a 1-0 lead from Austin Wagner's penalty shot tally stand, as Ryan Graves tied the game in the second period. Joonas Donskoi then completed the Avalanche's comeback with the lone goal in the shootout. Quick slipped to 13-22-4 despite the good showing. He's got a 2.96 GAA and an .899 save percentage through 39 starts this year. Cal Petersen will likely start Sunday's game against the Oilers to finish off the back-to-back situation.
Quick will start Saturday's game against the Avalanche.
Quick has won his last two starts, and he will face an Avalanche team missing three of its top forwards. Quick will still likely struggle against Nathan MacKinnon and Co. in the contest -- the 34-year-old has an 897 save percentage this season.
Quick surrendered four goals on 29 shots Thursday in a 5-4 win over the Panthers.
It wasn't pretty, but it's a second straight win for Quick. The 34-year-old improved to 13-22-3 with a 3.02 GAA and an .897 save percentage in 38 starts. The Kings continue their homestand against the Avalanche on Saturday.
Quick departed the ice first during Thursday's morning skate, indicating he will start Thursday when the Kings host the Panthers, Lisa Dillman of The Athletic reports.
Quick finally put an eight-game losing streak to bed with a win over the Avalanche in his last start Saturday. He certainly can't bear all of the blame for his struggles in net, as Kings netminders on the whole sport just an .892 save percentage. Next up is a Florida squad tallying just 2.45 goals per game in February while sporting a minus-12 goal differential over 11 games this month.
Quick stopped 31 of 32 shots in Saturday's 3-1 win over Colorado.
Tyler Toffoli's go-ahead goal in the final minute of regulation delivered Quick his first victory since New Year's Eve, putting an end to his eight-game losing skid in the process. It was only the second time since Christmas that Quick held an opponent to fewer than three goals in a game. Once one of the NHL's elite goaltenders, age and a feeble Los Angeles offense have rendered Quick a fantasy afterthought. He'll take a 12-22-3 record, along with a 3.05 GAA and .895 save percentage, into Tuesday's game in Winnipeg.
Quick will be in goal for Saturday's game versus Colorado, Jon Rosen of Fox Sports West reports.
Quick hopes to avoid losing for a ninth straight time after going 0-7-1 in his last eight contests. He'll be taking on an Avalanche team that's won eight of its last 10 games, so rolling with Quick in this matchup isn't advisable under the current circumstances.
Quick stopped 37 of 40 shots Sunday in a 4-1 loss to the Rangers.
Quick posted his best single-game save total since mid-December but his offensive support was lacking once again. The Kings haven't scored more than three goals in a Quick start since New Year's Eve, which also happened to be his last victory. Quick is now 11-22-3 on the season with a 3.05 GAA and .895 save percentage. He'll try to get back into the win column Wednesday against Calgary.
Quick will defend the road net in Sunday's game versus the Rangers, Jon Rosen of Fox Sports West reports.
Quick is seeking his first win of 2020. He's gone 0-6-1 with an .894 save percentage and 3.05 GAA. It's been a tough stretch, and the Rangers will be a difficult task, as they've won three of the last five while averaging 3.0 goals per game. However, counterpart Igor Shesterkin -- 2.61 GAA and .922 save percentage -- could turn this into a goaltending dual even if Quick brings his "A Game."
Quick stopped 28 of 32 shots during Thursday's 5-3 loss to the Islanders.
Quick is without a win in his last seven starts. After trading Jack Campbell to Toronto, Los Angeles is likely going to roll with Quick a fair bit down the stretch, giving him value from a volume standpoint. Unfortunately, wins just haven't been on the menu for Quick in 2019-20.
Quick will get the starting nod on the road against the Islanders on Thursday, Jon Rosen of LAKingsInsider.com reports.
Considering Cal Petersen had to make the cross-country trek following the departure of Jack Campbell via trade, Quick was likely always going to get the start Thursday. The veteran netminder is stuck in a six-game losing streak, during which he's posted an 0-5-1 record and .898 save percentage. With a back-to-back set up next, Quick figures to split the games versus the Devils and Rangers on Saturday and Sunday, respectively, with Petersen, and he may end up sharing the workload the rest of the way as well.
Quick stopped 20 shots in Tuesday's 4-2 loss to the Capitals.
Washington's final goal was scored into an empty net. Quick got handed a 2-1 lead midway through the third period, but Alex Ovechkin spoiled a potential road win for the veteran netminder when he scored twice in 70 seconds later in the period, before completing a natural hat trick with Quick pulled for an extra attacker. The goalie's 0-5-1 since the beginning of January with a 2.87 GAA and .898 save percentage, and Quick will likely continue to lose starts to Jack Campbell as the struggling Kings play for the future.
Quick will defend the blue paint in Tuesday's road clash with the Capitals, Stephen Whyno of the Associated Press reports.
Quick hasn't picked up a win in nearly a month, suffering five straight losses while posting a 2.83 GAA and .903 save percentage in five appearances since Jan. 6. The 34-year-old American will attempt to buck that trend and pick up his 12th victory of the campaign in a tough road matchup with a stacked Washington team that's gone 15-7-4 at home this year.
Quick surrendered three goals on 28 shots in Saturday's 3-1 loss to the Ducks.
Quick's teammates pumped 47 shots on goal against the Ducks' Ryan Miller, but only found twine once, giving their goalie no margin for error. Quick wasn't strong enough to work with that little support. He fell to 11-19-3 with a 3.02 GAA and an .895 save percentage in 33 starts this season. The 34-year-old can't be relied upon to steal a game at this point, which makes him a risky fantasy play even against weaker opponents.
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|03/09||vs COL||W 3-1||1||1||21||22|
|03/05||vs TOR||W 1-0 (SO)||1||0||36||36|
|02/29||vs NJ||W 2-1 (OT)||1||1||32||33|
|02/22||vs COL||L 1-2 (SO)||1||1||30||31|
|02/20||vs FLA||W 5-4||1||4||25||29|
|02/15||@ COL||W 3-1||1||1||32||33|
|02/09||@ NYR||L 1-4||1||3||37||40|
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