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Jonathan Quick

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  • Kings' Andy Andreoff likely to make debut after Marian Gaborik injury

    Kings' Andy Andreoff likely to make debut after Marian Gaborik injury
    Kings forward Marian Gaborik is dealing with an issue "similar" to the injury he suffered early in the preseason, making him questionable, according to assistant general manager Rob Blake. Of late, the term "questionable" means out of the Kings' lineup....
  • Momentum swings quickly in Kings' 3-2 overtime loss to Coyotes

    Jeff Carter, in an isolated situation, is often close to automatic. Hit the button and he scores. Of course, the same could be said about many situations for the gifted goal-scorer. Already on Saturday night, Carter had scored off the rush for the...
  • Fifty-two pickup: Kings names to be engraved on Stanley Cup

    Fifty-two pickup: Kings names to be engraved on Stanley Cup
    Defenseman Jeff Schultz, who played seven playoff games during the Kings’ run to their second Stanley Cup title in three seasons, is among the 52 names submitted by the Kings to be engraved on the Stanley Cup. However, the names of Colin Fraser, who...
  • Banner start, bummer game for Kings

    Banner start, bummer game for Kings
    Bathed in soft white light, the Kings' latest Stanley Cup banner was lifted to the rafters at Staples Center on Wednesday night, a tapestry woven of the hopes, dreams, sweat and fortitude of more than two dozen players and coaches during a remarkable...
  • Kings fall to Sharks, 4-0, on banner night in Staples Center

    Kings fall to Sharks, 4-0, on banner night in Staples Center
    And so, the weaknesses of the Kings have been exposed to the world. Banner nights are not followed by banner days on the ice. Twice, their Stanley Cup banner-raising ceremony has been followed by a sluggish pratfall in the season opener. This time,...
  • Meet the Hawks' Cup roadblocks

    Meet the Hawks' Cup roadblocks
    As talented as the Blackhawks are, picking a favorite to win the Stanley Cup this season is like predicting who will start for the Bears secondary week to week. If the Hawks are going to win the title, they'll likely have to go through more than one of...
  • Corey Perry: Playoff exit last season fuels Ducks' fire

    By the time Corey Perry steps on the ice in Pittsburgh for the Ducks' season opener Thursday, a new alternate-captain's "A" will be affixed to his sweater. From the perspective of Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau, that letter not only signifies Perry's...
  • Kings have acquired a taste for winning, are eager to begin new quest

    Kings have acquired a taste for winning, are eager to begin new quest
    Stanley Cup jealousy … the great and not-so-noble motivator. The Kings looked into the past to analyze how they have reached their lofty level, winning the Stanley Cup twice in the last three seasons. Their second banner will be raised...
  • What would it take for the Kings to become a dynasty?

    What would it take for the Kings to become a dynasty?
    Two days after the Kings had won the Stanley Cup for the second time in three seasons — probably before some players had gotten any sleep — General Manager Dean Lombardi was back at work, focusing on his next project. A student of sports...
  • Kings make roster moves; Darryl Sutter evaluates preseason effort

    Kings make roster moves; Darryl Sutter evaluates preseason effort
    Preseason hockey, thankfully, has ended for the Kings in 2014. Their regular season starts Wednesday against the Sharks, kicked off by the Stanley Cup-banner raising ceremony at Staples Center. The understanding is that the proceedings will be short and...
  • Kings' Justin Williams has his edge ever sharp

    Hockey history made a house call in June, in the days after forward Justin Williams and the Kings won the Stanley Cup. Williams, as the most valuable player of the playoffs, took home the Conn Smythe Trophy. His name goes on the shiny relic along with...