Jonathan Quick
Jonathan Quick
Goaltender  - LAK
Number: 32
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 218
Catches: Left
Born: Jan 21, 1986  (Age 30)
Birthplace: Milford, CT, United States
Drafted: LAK / 2005 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 3rd (72nd overall)
2015-16 Recipient of Kings Most Popular Player Award for the second consecutive year, was named the Best Defensive Played on the team (co-winner with Drew Doughty)...Ranked second in the NHL in wins (40) and sixth in GAA (2.21) Became the first Kings goalie to reach 40 wins in a season, breaking his own record (39, 2009-10) Recorded two eight-game point streaks (7-0-1), Dec. 26-Jan. 11 and Nov. 23-Dec. 11 Became the all-time leader in shutouts by Americans (surpassing Frank Brimsek and John Vanbiesbrouck), stopping all 32 shots he faced, March 15 at CHI Posted a six-game point streak (5-0-1), March 7-March 19 Stopped 42-of-44 shots to win his 20th game of the season and push his career record to 12-0-3 when he makes 40-or-more saves, Dec. 29 at EDM (broke his own club record for fastest goalie to 20 wins in a season; 30 games, previously 36) Earned his first career shutout against Montreal (45 saves; second most in a shutout in his career), Dec. 17 at MTL.


Shots: 45 (2-5 at WSH)br /> Saves: 41 (2-5 at WSH)br /> Shutouts: 4 (Last, 3-26 at DAL)br /> Minutes Played: 65:00 (4x: Last, 3-26 at DAL)br />
THIS SEASON: Ranked third among NHL rookie goaltenders with 21 wins, a 2.48 goals-against average, .914 save percentage, four shutouts, 44 appearances and 1,097 saves...His 21 wins were the third most ever by a Kings rookie goaltender (Mario Lessard had 23 in 1978-79 and Bob Janecyk had 22 in 1984-85)...Was 4-1 in shootouts (stopped 10 of 14 shots = .714 save percentage)...Was 3-0 in shootouts on the road...Started 22 of the final 27 games and 41 of the final 52 since being recalled from Manchester (AHL) on Dec 16...Had a 1.76 goals-against average (16 GA in 546:03) and .942 save percentage (258 saves in 274 shots) in nine straight appearances March 22 to April 9...Stopped 38 of 39 shots in 2-1 win April 7 vs. Edmonton (20th win of the season)...Stopped 29 of 30 shots in 6-1 win April 4 vs. Phoenix...Recorded fourth career shutout March 26 at Dallas, stopping all 29 shoots in 1-0 shootout win (the first in Kings history)...The last time a Kings goaltender had four shutouts in one season was Mathieu Garon in 2005-06...His fourth shutout tied a Kings rookie single-season record... The three other rookie netminders to have four shutouts in one season are Jamie Storr in 1998-99, Mario Lessard in 1978-99 and Gerry Desjardins in 1968-99...All four of Quick's shutouts have come on the road, which is a new franchise record...Rogie Vachon had three shutouts on the road in 1977-78...Stopped 24 of 26 shots in 3-2 overtime win March 19 at Boston...Stopped 23 of 24 shots in 2-1 shootout win Feb. 24 at Minnesota...Named the NHL First Star of the Week (ending Feb. 8) after posting a 3-0-0 record with a 1.67 goals-against average, .950 save percentage and one shutout in three games...Stopped 25 of 26 shots in 3-1 win Feb. 7 at New Jersey...Stopped career-high 41 shots en 5-4 win Feb. 5 at Washington...Recorded third career shutout Feb. 3 at Ottawa, stopping all 29 shots in 1-0 win...Stopped 31 of 33 shots in 5-2 win Jan. 29 vs. Chicago...Stopped 25 of 27 shots in 5-2 win Jan. 20 at Minnesota...Was 3-2-0 with two shutouts, a 0.80 goals-against average (4 GA in 301:52) and a .970 save percentage (128 saves in 132 shots) in five-game span Dec. 23 to Jan. 3...Stopped 31 of 32 shots, a penalty shot awarded to Scott Hartnell and both shootout attempts in 2-1 shootout win Jan. 3 vs. Philadelphia (his first career overtime/shootout game)....Named NHL Third Star of the Week (ending Dec. 28) after posting a 2-1-0 record with a 0.67 goals-against-average, .958 save percentage and two shutouts in three games...Recorded second career shutout (second in three-game span) Dec. 27 at Phoenix, stopping all 26 shots in 4-0 win...Recorded first career shutout Dec. 23 at Columbus, stopping all 24 shots in 3-0 win (sixth career NHL game and fourth career NHL start)...The shutout also marked the 150th in franchise history and came on the 41st anniversary of the first-ever Kings shutout (Wayne Rutledge, Dec. 23, 1967 vs. St. Louis)...Recalled from Manchester Dec. 16...Was 6-5-2 with a 2.68 goals-against average and .919 save percentage in 14 appearances at the time of his call-up...He ranked 11th in the AHL in save percentage (second among rookies) and 20th in GAA (fourth among rookies) at the time of his call-up.