Jonathan Quick Stats
- Height / Weight
- 73 / 220 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 1/21/1986 (37)
Jonathan Quick Last 10 Games
Jonathan Quick News
Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick stopped all 21 shots against Minnesota Tuesday night, recording his 57th career shutout in a 1-0 win. Gabriel Vilardi delivered the soccer score six minutes from the end of regulation, becoming the first Kings player in 10 seasons to register a five-game home goal streak. Quick has enjoyed his recent home outings as well, winning three of his last four starts at the Crypto.com Arena. He is carrying a 5-4-1 record overall for the season, having allowed 3.02 goals per game with a .897 save percentage. The veteran has now earned three consecutive starts, with Cal Petersen having struggled in his recent outings.
Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick is expected to get the nod for the team's season opener on Tuesday against the Golden Knights. The American veteran will be kicking off his 15th campaign in the league. With Calvin Petersen pushing hard for playing time, Quick managed to produce a nice bounce-back campaign last season, going 23-13-9 with a 2.59 goals-against average, a .910 save percentage and two shutouts. Petersen was 20-14-2, and the two are set to share the crease again in 2022-23. Quick has a chance to make an early impression in a matchup that hasn't actually suited him very well through the years. The three-time All-Star has a 5-8-1 career record against Vegas with a 3.99 goals-against average and a . 875 save percentage.
Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick produced a great bounce-back performance in Sunday's 4-0 win over Edmonton and made history with his 10th career postseason shutout. He broke a tie with Mike Richter for most shutouts in the playoffs by a United States-born netminder. Quick stopped 31 shots and there was even a sequence in the second period where he made a couple of saves without his glove on. This was a perfect response to getting pulled in Game 3 where Quick allowed four goals on 17 shots. He hadn't registered a shutout in the playoffs since the 2014 Stanley Cup Finals.
Goaltender Jonathan Quick turned away 29 of 30 shots in the Los Angeles Kings 2-1 win over the Anaheim Ducks on Tuesday. Since taking back the starter's crease this season, Quick has a 20-13-9 record with a 2.63 goals-against average and a .909 save percentage. He ranks 27th in the league in save percentage and has been having a mostly average season. However, as a consistent netminder and with a good team in front of him, Quick will lead the Kings to a playoff berth for the first time since the 2017-18 season.