Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick hoisted the Stanley Cup last Monday at the team's celebratory parade. If you saw him wincing, there's a reason why.

Quick had surgery on Tuesday, after injuring his wrist during the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Kings confirmed the procedure, but couldn't specify which wrist was injured.

Quick. 28, was scheduled to appear on the ice at the goalie camp that bears his name at Stamford Twin Rinks in Connecticut, which is owned by his father-in-law. An email sent to parents who enrolled their children in the summer camp explained that Quick was having "emergency surgery" on a wrist injury. The Kings later said the surgery wasn't an emergency procedure.

The email said that Quick was injured in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final against the New York Rangers; the Kings later said that he injured his wrist in the second round of the playoffs against the Anaheim Ducks.