Look at it this way: They can rest after the season.

Kings goalie Jonathan Quick and his counterpart in Anaheim, Jonas Hiller, are hockey's version of long-haul truck drivers, pulling draining nightly shifts with little margin for error.

Since Jan. 1, Quick has started all but four of 31 games for the Kings. He did get a whopping four days off between starts in late February and early March.

Four days? That would represent a virtual vacation for Hiller, who has started 30 consecutive games for the Ducks, extending a franchise record every time he takes the ice. A start Friday against the Kings at Honda Center would be his 31st straight, matching the number Buffalo's Ryan Miller made last season.