There aren't any arguments about East Coast bias, social media outcry or charges of resting on past laurels when it comes to one particular NHL award.
That's the beauty of the William M. Jennings Trophy.
It's all in the numbers.
Goalie Jonathan Quick and the Kings are in a tight, three-way race with the Ducks (Frederik Andersen/John Gibson) and the Washington Capitals (Braden Holtby) for the award given to "the goalkeeper(s) having played a minimum of 25 games for the team with the fewest goals scored against it."
The Ducks, who have two games remaining, have given up 189 goals. They play Colorado on Saturday and Washington in Sunday's season finale....