Jonathan Quick
Jonathan Quick
Goaltender  - LAK
Number: 32
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 220
Catches: Left
Born: Jan 21, 1986  (Age 29)
Birthplace: Milford, CT, United States
Drafted: LAK / 2005 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 3rd (72nd overall)


ALL-TIME RECORDS (min. 50 games): Wins (176)…GAA (2.28)Save Percentage (.915)Win Streak (nine, Jan. 21-Feb. 6, 2010)Shutout Streak (three, Oct. 18-22, 2011)Scoreless Streak (202:11 third period Oct. 15, 2011 through first period Oct. 27, 2011).

SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS: Games Played (72 in 2009-10)Wins (39 in 2009-10)GAA (1.95 in 2011-12)Save Percentage (.929 in 2011-12)Minutes Played (4,258 in 2009-10)Shutouts (10 in 2011-12)Home Shutouts (seven in 2011-12)Road Shutouts (four in 2008-09 and 2010-11)Rookie GAA (2.48 in 2008-09 – tied with Bernier in 2010-11)Rookie Shutouts (four in 2008-09 – tied with Jones in 2013-14 and Storr in 1998-99, Lessard in 1978-79 and Desjardins in 1968-69)…Shootout Wins (10 in 2010-11)…Shootout Save Percentage (.818 in 2010-11)…Shootout Win Percentage (1.000 in 2010-11: 10-0).

OTHER KINGS GOALTENDING RECORDS: First with 30 wins three straight seasons (2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12)First with three road shutouts in one month (Dec. 2010)Most saves in a shutout (51, Dec. 13, 2010 at DET, 5-0 W)Fastest to 20 wins in one season (36th team game in 2009-10)Fastest to 30 wins in one season (54th team game in 2009-10)Fastest to 100 wins (185th career game).

ALL-TIME PLAYOFF RECORDS: Games Played (76)…Wins (45)GAA (2.22)Save Percentage (.923)Shutouts (nine)Win Streak (eight, April 22-May 17, 2012)Home Win Streak – cumulative (nine, June 11, 2012 – June 4, 2013)Road Win Streak – cumulative (12, April 16, 2011 – June 2, 2012 – NHL record)Set NHL playoff record June, 6, 2012 by playing in 34 straight games without allowing more than three goals.

ALL-TIME PLAYOFF SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS: Games Played (26 in 2014)Wins (16 in 2012 and 2014)GAA (1.41 in 2012)Save Percentage (.946 in 2012 – tied NHL record for goalies with at least 10 GP)Shutouts (three in 2012 and 2013)Home Wins (eight in 2013 and 2014)Road Wins (10 in 2012 – tied NHL record)Home Win Streak – one year (eight, May 4-June 4, 2013)Road Win Streak – one year (10, April 11-June 2, 2012 – NHL record).

OTHER KINGS PLAYOFF GOALTENDING RECORDS: Most shots faced, regulation game (52, April 23, 2011 at SJS, 3-1 W)Most saves, regulation game (51, April 23, 2011 at SJ, 3-1 W)Most shots faced, one period (23, 2x’s, April 13, 2012 at VAN, 4-2 W and April 22, 2014 vs. SJS, 4-3 OTL)Most saves, one period (22, 2x’s, April 13, 2012 at VAN, 4-2 W and April 22, 2014 vs. SJS, 4-3 OTL).

NHL AWARDS/ACCOMPLISHMENTS: William M. Jennings Trophy in 2014…Conn Smythe Trophy in 2012NHL Second-Team All-Star in 2012NHL All-Star in 2012Vezina Trophy Finalist in 2012NHL Star Of The Week (Eight Times: No. 1 three times, No. 2 two times, No. 3 three times).

KINGS AWARDS/ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Kings Community Service Award in 2013-14…Kings MVP (Bill Libby Memorial Award) in 2011-12Kings Best Defensive Player in 2011-12Kings Most Inspirational Player (Ace Bailey Memorial Award) in 2011-12Most Popular Player in 2011-12Kings Community Service Award in 2012-13.

2013-14: Had a 1.86 GAA, .923 SV% and five shutouts in 30-game span (Jan. 4-April 2, went 17-11-2)...Won five straight games (March 20-29 - 1.74 GAA, .931 SV%)...Surpassed Rogie Vachon as the winningest goaltender (172 wins) in Kings history March 22 vs. FLA (327th career game)...Won six straight games (Feb. 6-March 9 - 0.99 GAA, .957 SV%)...Named NHL 2nd Star Of The Week Jan 20…26th career shutout and 300th career game Nov. 7 vs. BUF (19 saves, 2-0 win)…PLAYOFFS: Among NHL goaltenders he ranked: first in wins, first in saves, first in games played, tied for first in shutouts, sixth in SV% and seventh in GAA.

2012-13: 4-0-1 in five-game span (April 11-21, 2013) - 1.72 GAA and .931 SV%...25th career shutout March 18, 2013 vs. PHX (stopped 27 shots in 4-0 win)...PLAYOFFS: Among NHL goaltenders he ranked: third in wins, second in GAA, second in SV% and tied for first in shutouts.

2011-12: Among NHL goaltenders he ranked: fourth in appearances, tied for fifth in wins, second in GAA, tied for fifth in SV% and first in shutouts…Allowed two-or-fewer goals 46 times (31-8-7)…Allowed one goal or shut out opposition 27 times (18-5-4)…Earned 100th win Oct. 20, 2011 at PHX...PLAYOFFS: Among NHL goaltenders he ranked: first in wins, first in GAA (ranked third-best in NHL history among goalies with at least 10 games played), first in SV% (tied for the best in NHL history among goalies with at least 10 games played) and tied for first in shutouts.

2010-11: Among NHL goaltenders he ranked: tied for ninth in wins, sixth in GAA, tied for sixth in shutouts, first in shootout wins (10) and fourth in shootout SV%. among goalies with 20+ shots faced (.818)…9-1-1 Jan. 22-Feb. 26, 2011…11-2-0, 1.82 GAA and .935 SV% in first 13 games of season (Oct. 8-Nov. 20, 2010) - best record for Kings goalie after 13 decisions...Seven-game win streak Oct. 23-Nov. 13, 2010…PLAYOFFS: First career playoff shutout April 16, 2011 at SJS. 

2009-10: Set Kings single-season records with 39 wins and 72 appearances…Started 72 of 82 games (113 of 132 dating back to 2008-09)…Among NHL goaltenders he ranked: sixth in wins, fourth in appearances, 10th in saves and tied for first in shootout wins…8-6 in shootouts (34-for-51, 67 percent)…Eighth career shutout March 20, 2010 vs. New York Islanders (26 saves, 1-0 win)... Missed March 12, 2010 game at Dallas as his wife Jaclyn gave birth to their first child (Madison)…Seventh career shutout March 8, 2010 vs. Columbus (11 saves, 6-0 win)...16-4-0 (2.26 GAA and .919 spct) in 20-game span (Dec. 31, 2009 to March 2, 2010)...Sixth career shutout Feb. 13, 2010 vs. Colorado (22 saves, 3-0 win)...Played in 100th NHL game Feb. 6, 2010 vs. Detroit…Career high nine-game win streak (Jan. 21 to Feb. 6, 2010)…Had 2.29 GAA and .915 spct during that span...Nine-game win streak Kings set goaltender record...14-3-0 (2.36 GAA and .914 spct) in 17-game span (Dec. 31, 2009 to Feb. 6, 2010)...Fastest Kings goaltender to 20 wins (36th team game, Dec. 15, 2009 at Edmonton) and 30 wins (54th team game, Jan. 30, 2010 at Boston)…Mario Lessard held previous marks in 1980-81...Fifth career shutout Jan. 14, 2010 vs. Anaheim (22 saves, 4-0 win)...3-0-0 (1.67 GAA and .951 spct) in three-game span (Dec. 31, 2009 to Jan. 4, 2010)...Career high 45 saves and 47 shots faced Jan. 4, 2010 at San Jose (6-2 win)…8-2-1 (2.21 GAA and .922 spct) in 11-game span (Nov. 25 to Dec. 15, 2009)...Named NHL’s No. 1 Star of the Week Dec. 14, 2009…6-0-2 (2.08 GAA and .913 spct) in eight-game span (Oct. 19 to Nov. 5, 2009)...Four-game win streak Oct. 19 to Oct. 25, 2009...Stopped second career penalty shot Oct. 24, 2009 vs. Columbus (Rick Nash)…Named NHL’s No. 2 Star of the Week Oct. 12, 2009...Four-game win streak Oct. 6 to Oct. 12, 2009)...PLAYOFFS: 2-4 with 3.50 GAA and .884 spct in six games…First career playoff win in Game 2 at Vancouver (in OT)…Stopped 41 of 44 shots in playoff debut (3-2 OT loss in Game 1 at Vancouver).

2008-09: Third among NHL rookie goaltenders in wins, goals-against average, save percentage, shutouts, appearances and saves...21 wins third most ever by Kings rookie goaltender (Mario Lessard had 23 in 1978-79, Bob Janecyk had 22 in 1984-85)…Tied Kings rookie single-season record with four shutouts (Jamie Storr in 1998-99, Lessard in 1978-79 and Gerry Desjardins in 1968-69)…All four of his shutouts came on road, setting Kings single-season record…4-1 in shootouts (10-for-14, 71 percent)...3-0 in shootouts on road...Started 41 of final 50 games after being recalled from Manchester (AHL) Dec. 16, 2008…1.76 GAA and .942 spct in nine-game span (March 22 to April 9, 2009)…20th win of season April 7, 2009 vs. Edmonton…Fourth career shutout March 26, 2009 at Dallas (29 saves, 1-0 SO win – first in Kings history)…Named NHL’s No. 1 Star of the Week Feb. 9, 2009…Third career shutout Feb. 3, 2009 at Ottawa (29 saves, 1-0 win)…3-2-0 (0.80 GAA, .970 spct) in five-game span (Dec. 23, 2008 to Jan. 3, 2009)… Stopped first career penalty shot Jan. 3, 2009 vs. Philadelphia (Scott Hartnell)…Named NHL’s No. 3 Star of the Week Dec. 29, 2008…Second career shutout (second in three-game span) Dec. 27, 2008 at Phoenix (26 saves, 4-0 win)…First career shutout (sixth career NHL game and fourth career NHL start) Dec. 23, 2008 at Columbus (24 saves, 3-0 win)…The shutout was the 150th in franchise history and came on 41st anniversary of first-ever Kings shutout (Wayne Rutledge, Dec. 23, 1967 vs. St. Louis).
2007-08: Won NHL debut Dec. 6, 2007 vs. Buffalo…Posted 23 wins with Reading, tied for seventh in ECHL …Became second goaltender in ECHL history to record first win, first shutout and score first goal in same game Oct. 24, 2007 at Pensacola (3-0 win)…Also had three assists with Reading (1-3=4).

2006-07: 19-12-5 with 2.16 GAA, .929 spct and three shutouts in 37 appearances during sophomore season at University of Massachusetts-Amherst…Led UMASS-Amherst to first-ever NCAA tournament bid…Ranked 11th in nation in GAA and fifth in save percentage...Credited with a goal Jan. 6, 2007 vs. Merrimack.

2005-06: 4-10-1 with 2.98 GAA and .920 spct in 17 appearances during freshman season at UMASS-Amherst.

LAST AMATEUR CLUB: University of Massachusetts-Amherst, NCAA…Set school single-season records in wins, appearances, saves and minutes in 2006-07…Hockey East Second-Team All-Star and NCAA East Second-Team All-American in 2006-07…Earned UMASS-Amherst Athlete of the Week honors three times in 2005-06…Named Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week twice in 2005-06 and was Hockey East Goaltender of the Month for November 2005.

INTERNATIONAL PLAY: Earned silver medal for Team USA at 2010 Winter Olympics (DNP) – was one of three Kings on the roster (Dustin Brown and Jack Johnson)…Attended U.S. Men’s Junior Evaluation Camp, also known as Summer Challenge, in August 2005.

PERSONAL: Nickname: Quicker…Off-season home: Connecticut…Wife: Jaclyn…Kids: Madison (6 months)…Favorite Movie: Dumb & Dumber, Old School, Step Brothers…Favorite TV show: Dexter, Entourage, Jersey Shore…Favorite NHL city, other than Los Angeles: Chicago…Favorite sport other than hockey: football, basketball…Favorite hockey moment…making the playoffs last season…Favorite hockey player growing up: Mike Richter…Favorite road arena: United Center…Favorite food: pizza, chicken parm…Favorite holiday: Thanksgiving…Favorite vacation spot: Bahamas…First job: at a dry cleaner…Helps the environment by: recycling.