Post Profile

Will the Los Angeles Kings Survive If Jonathan Quick's Injury Is Long-Term?

The opening night of the NHL’s 2016-17 season was exciting in a lot of ways, but one will have to forgive fans of the Los Angeles Kings if they aren ’t in a mood to celebrate. Not only did their team fall to long-time rival San Jose, but starting goaltender Jonathan Quick left the game with an injury and may be gone for some time. Jon Rosen, who works for the team’s LA Kings Insider website, contacted general manager Dean Lombardi, and the initial prognosis was not good: In a followup report, Rosen added that Quick is slated to have an MRI today.
read more


Related Posts

San Jose Sharks Run Up the Score vs. Kings: What's Happened to Jonathan Quick?

Sports / Hockey : Bleacher Report - NHL

Jonathan Quick has gone from the Los Angeles Kings’ greatest strength to an exposed weakness. Although the San Jose Sharks victimized more than just the Kings netminder in a 7-2 Game 2 victory on Sunday night, using a heavy forechec...

Jonathan Quick Injury: Updates on Kings Star's Lower Body and Return

Sports / Hockey : Bleacher Report - NHL

Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick suffered a lower-body injury Wednesday against the San Jose Sharks, and the timetable for his return isn't yet clear. Continue for updates. Latest on Quick's Playing Status Thursday, Oct. ...

Burns' goal helps Sharks open season with 2-1 win over Kings

Sports / Hockey : USAToday: NHL

Brent Burns scored the tiebreaking goal early in the third period after Los Angeles goalie Jonathan Quick left with an injury and the San Jose Sharks opened the season with a 2-1 victory over the Kings        

Tommy Wingels Pantses Jonathan Quick to Score

Sports : Deadspin

Hockey is finally back, and the most enticing match-up on the opening night of the season was San Jose at Los Angeles. But instead of letting the Kings celebrate on the night of their Stanley Cup banner ceremony, Sharks forward Tomm...

Los Angeles Kings Blank San Jose Sharks In Game 1

Sports : The Inquisitr - Sport

The Los Angeles Kings beat the San Jose Sharks 2-0 in the opening game of their Western Conference semifinal at Staples Center on Tuesday night. Jonathan Quick made 35 saves for his sixth career playoff shutout to help the Kings tak...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC