Hockey Fights "Ben Bishop of the Tampa Bay Lightning, Braden Holtby of the Washington Capitals and Jonathan Quick of the Los Angeles Kings are the three finalists for the 2015-16 Vezina Trophy, which is awarded "to the goalkeeper adjudged to be the best at his position," the National Hockey League announced..." April 28
NHL.com "Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby, Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick and Calgary Flames center Sean Monahan have been named the NHL's "Three Stars" for the week ending March 20. FIRST STAR - SIDNEY CROSBY, C, PITTSBURGH PENGUINS Crosby shared the League lead with 2-5-7 in..." March 21
CBS Sports "Jonathan Quick made history Monday night when he shut out the Chicago Blackhawks as the Los Angeles Kings rolled to a 5-0 victory. It was the 41st shutout of Quick's career, passing John Vanbiesbrouck and Frank “Mr. Zero” Brimsek for the most shutouts by an American goaltender in the..." March 15
DS said Ehrhoff will be assigned to Ontario, and that Quick has remained with the team on the trip. Again, "day-to-day."
Montreal Gazette "Max Pacioretty led the Canadiens in scoring last season with 37 goals and 67 points, but Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick still calls him one of the most underrated players in the NHL. Contributing to Derek Jeter’s website — theplayerstribune.com — under the headline Elite Snipers 101:..." August 09
NHL.com "Jonathan Quick of the Los Angeles Kings was presented the William M. Jennings Trophy, presented "to the goalkeeper(s) having played a minimum of 25 games for the team with the fewest goals scored against it." Quick saw the most action on a Kings team that allowed a League-low 174 goals during..." June 24
Yahoo! Sports "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..." June 24
Pro Hockey Talk "New Jersey Devils defenseman Marek Zidlicky scored on Bruins goaltender Chad Johnson at 7:12 of the first period in this afternoon’s game, breaking the tie between Boston and the Los Angeles Kings for the fewest goals allowed. Given that Los Angeles has played in its last game, that means that..." April 13
New York Post "The puck went in, T.J. Oshie turned and skated back toward the American bench, and before he could cement himself as the early favorite for America’s Olympic hero, he stopped and pointed a big gloved finger in the air back towards his own goal, where Jonathan Quick came charging forth. “We..." February 19
Jonathan Quick to start for U.S. Vs. Russia.
NHL.com "Jonathan Quick of the Los Angeles Kings has been named as the starter for the United States for the first game of the 2014 Sochi Olympics, coach Dan Bylsma announced Wednesday. The Americans play Slovakia on Thursday at Shayba Arena (7:30 a.m. ET, NBCSN, CBC). Perhaps the most important..." February 12
Los Angeles Times "Goaltender Jonathan Quick, who was nominated to the U.S. Olympic hockey team this week, is close to returning to the Kings' lineup for the first time since he strained a groin muscle Nov. 12. Quick is scheduled to take part in the pregame skate Saturday and if all goes well, he will be..." January 04
Yahoo! Sports "According to the Detroit Free Press, the U.S. Olympic goaltending group is set for the 2014 Sochi Olympics. Helene St. James reports that Detroit Red Wings goalie Jimmy Howard will snag the third goalie slot behind Jonathan Quick of the Los Angeles Kings and Ryan Miller for the Buffalo Sabres, who..." December 30
FYI Kings GM Dean Lombardi says Jonathan Quick remains on schedule to return first week of January
Pro Hockey Talk "Los Angeles goaltender Jonathan Quick has missed almost a month with a Grade 2 groin strain and isn’t expected to return anytime soon. The good news is that he’s moving in the right direction. “I’m working out. I haven’t started skating yet, but that’s the next step. Hopefully within the next..." December 09
NHL.com "The Los Angeles Kings have activated forward Jeff Carter from the injured reserve list and have placed goaltender Jonathan Quick on the injured reserve list (retroactive to November 12) due to a lower body injury, Kings President/General Manager Dean Lombardi announced today. Carter, 28, has..." November 25
Wow... Dean Lombardi just told HockeyCentral at noon that Jonathan Quick will be out at least another month.
Jonathan Quick has a Grade 2 groin strain which indicates partial tearing of muscle. Have not seen timeframe for return yet. #Kings
Jonathan Quick's injury is "either hamstring or groin-related," per Sutter. Heading back to LA.
LA Kings G Jonathan Quick left tonight's game in Buffalo with an apparent groin injury. Will be re-evaluated.
Chicago Tribune "It wasn't long ago that the Kings' Jonathan Quick had to listen and, presumably, read about all the other great goaltenders in the NHL. Especially from Kings Coach Darryl Sutter. Sutter raved about the All-Star goalie from his Calgary days, Miikka Kiprusoff, and made comparisons last season..." June 01
San Jose Mercury News "Sharks forward TJ Galiardi said Wednesday that Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick is guilty of "a little embellishment every now and then" in this Western Conference semifinal series as he tries to draw penalties on San Jose forwards. "What kind of bugs me about him, I don't know if I..." May 23
Los Angeles Times "Kings defenseman Drew Doughty scoffed at the notion, put forth by Sharks forward TJ Galiardi, that goalie Jonathan Quick engages in “a little embellishment.” Doughty stood up for his goalie Quick, a spirited defense, and then said the San Jose player is a noted diver. He took issue with the..." May 23
Sporting News "Jonathan Quick will not face NHL supplemental discipline for his verbal abuse of officials, according to Helene Elliott of the Los Angeles Times. Quick received a game misconduct after Saturday's 2-1 overtime loss to the San Jose Sharks in Game 4 of their Stanley Cup playoffs series...." May 20
L.A. Daily News "Kings standout finalist for Vezina as league's top goalie. Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick can net a hat trick of sorts at the NHL Awards tonight in Las Vegas. Quick, fresh off helping the Kings win the Stanley Cup for the first time in their history and collecting the Conn Smythe Trophy for..." June 20
Los Angeles Times "Kings defenseman Willie Mitchell put it best during the long-and-winding Stanley Cup run when he was pondering the race for the Conn Smythe Trophy. "They're thinking about the other big trophy," he said of his teammates. True enough. But Kings goalie Jonathan Quick would get to hold two..." June 20
Los Angeles Times "The moment felt perfect for crowning a new star on the Southern California sports scene. The Kings had just won the Stanley Cup, the crowd inside Staples Center thundering, as goaltender Jonathan Quick skated to center ice to accept the most valuable player award. Quick gave a wave, then..." June 13
L.A. Daily News "Believe it or not, there was a time when Jonathan Quick was caught napping on the job. "All I think of with Jonathan Quick when I see him now is when he was in the East Coast League, he fell asleep on the couch and Billy Ranford went down there to see him. He left the goalie coach with no..." June 06
Orange County Register "Back in New England, he is still known as Jon Quick. But there is no confusion. "In the middle of practice, he would announce, 'Nobody is scoring on me in the next 10 minutes,'" UMass hockey coach Don Cahoon said. Sounds a lot like Jonathan Quick. He was 9 when Martin Brodeur won his..." May 28
L.A. Daily News "It's never easy to know what Jonathan Quick is thinking, but you can imagine what was going through his mind after he allowed a game-tying goal here from the red line. Yes, the RED line. Quick, who has been unbelievably stingy in net all season and even moreso in the postseason, gave up a..." May 14
Los Angeles Times "It was a knife to the gut for every Kings fan who was sure Jonathan Quick had ended their goaltending nightmares and freed them from screaming aloud at the mention of names like Roman Cechmanek, Dan Cloutier and Robb Stauber. Quick yielded a goal from the red line Sunday in the opener of the..." May 14
Los Angeles Times "Jonathan Quick's stoic manner undoubtedly kept him sane while the Kings gave him precious little scoring support. But surely he let loose and celebrated Wednesday after learning he's a finalist for the Vezina Trophy as the NHL's top goaltender? "Yeah," Kings teammate Jarret Stoll said. "The..." April 26
Vancouver Province "You would assume Daniel Sed-in's arrival in the City of Angels isn't for an emotional, inspirational, do-you-believe-in miracles pregame speech. That's because the Canucks don't need a miracle. The Canucks need something much more extraordinary. They need goals. And they could use several of..." April 17
Los Angeles Times "As the last line of defense for a team with the NHL's second-worst offense, Jonathan Quick had no safety net while guarding the Kings' net so ferociously and without complaint. There's not enough time before the Kings' playoff opener Wednesday at Vancouver's Rogers Arena to list everything the..." April 11
Los Angeles Times "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..." March 16
Chicago Tribune "Jonathan Quick didn't start making big saves while the Kings' plane was still taxiing toward the gate at O'Hare, it just seemed that way. The goaltender had already shut out the Blackhawks twice this season — and yielded two goals in another meeting — before manning the crease for the final..." March 12
L.A. Daily News "The Kings sought to get their All-Star goalie Jonathan Quick the perfect 26 th birthday present in the form of an ascent to first place in the Pacific Division standings. But their party was crashed by the Colorado Avalanche, who beat the Kings 3-1 at Staples Center on Saturday night. A..." January 22
L.A. Daily News "A contest between two brothers behind the bench had its storyline stolen by the two men between the pipes Thursday at Staples Center, as the Calgary Flames beat the Kings 2-1 in a shootout. Jonathan Quick stopped 24 of 25 shots only to fall to Miikka Kiprusoff, who turned aside 31 of 32. Former..." January 20
Los Angeles Times "For perspective on the significance of Jonathan Quick's club-record shutout streak of 188 minutes and 10 seconds and historic three straight shutouts, consider this: It was only four years ago that the Kings used seven goalies and couldn't find one reliable enough to prevent them from finishing..." October 25
Los Angeles Times "The Kings' history has been dotted with occasional standout seasons and a few memorable games, but rarely have they sustained their excellence for any significant stretch. It's early in the season but goaltender Jonathan Quick is showing signs he's ready to lift himself and his teammates to..." October 23
Los Angeles Times "If the Kings' first-round playoff series against San Jose does not become Jonathan Quick's showcase, if the 25-year-old goaltender does not dominate the seventh-seeded Kings' matchup against the second-seeded Sharks starting Thursday at HP Pavilion, it will be a quick series for the Kings, and not..." April 14