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Quick is out indefinitely after undergoing surgery to repair a torn meniscus.

Quick already missed five games this season with a lower-body injury and will now miss at least a couple of months following surgery to repair a torn meniscus. This is the second major injury that Quick has suffered in the last three seasons. The Kings will turn to a goaltending duo of Jack Campbell and Peter Budaj for the foreseeable future.

Source: Jon Rosen 10/31/18, 4:48 pm EST

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Quick leads the Kings onto the ice for warmups.

Quick allowed four goals on 25 shots in the Kings loss to the Sabres on Saturday. Quick has been roughed up in his first two starts since returning from injury, allowing a combined 10 goals on 54 shots (.815 SV%). Things won’t get any easier tonight vs. the Stars, who are great on home-ice and rank fifth in the NHL in shots-per game (34.4).

Source: Mark Stepneski 10/23/18, 8:00 pm EST

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Quick was the first goalie off of the ice at the Kings morning skate.

Quick allowed four goals on 25 shots in the Kings loss to the Sabres on Saturday. Quick has been roughed up in his first two starts since returning from injury, allowing a combined 10 goals on 54 shots (.815 SV%). Things won’t get any easier tonight vs. the Stars, who are great on home-ice and rank fifth in the NHL in shots-per game (34.4).

Source: Curtis Zupke 10/23/18, 3:48 pm EST

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Quick leads the Kings onto the ice for warmups.

Quick had a rough return to the crease on Thursday, allowing six goals on 29 shots in the Kings loss to the Islanders. Despite the terrible outing, the Kings will stick with their unquestioned No.1 netminder this afternoon. He has a strong matchup against a Sabres team that is currently 30th in the NHL in scoring (1.86 GF/PG).

Source: Mike Harrington 10/20/18, 3:17 pm EST

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Quick leads the Kings onto the ice for warmups.

Quick allowed three goals on 33 shots in the Kings loss to the Sharks on opening night. Quick has been on IR with a lower-body injury ever since, but it looks like he’ll be back between the pipes tonight. Quick returns in a matchup with an Islanders team that is 25th in the NHL in goals, averaging just 2.40 per game through five games.

Source: Lisa Dillman 10/18/18, 10:01 pm EST

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Quick (lower-body) was the first goalie off of the ice at the Kings morning skate.

Quick allowed three goals on 33 shots in the Kings loss to the Sharks on opening night. Quick has been on IR with a lower-body injury ever since, but it looks like he’ll be back between the pipes tonight. Quick returns in a matchup with an Islanders team that is 25th in the NHL in goals, averaging just 2.40 per game through five games.

Source: Jon Rosen 10/18/18, 2:19 pm EST

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Quick (lower-body) will skate on Monday and face shots on Tuesday.

Quick has been out since the Kings season opener but will be back on the ice for the first time on Monday. This is a huge step for Quick, who is expected to face shots tomorrow as the next step in his recovery. The Kings No.1 netminder remains without a timetable for his return so they will continue to roll with Jack Campbell between the pipes.

Source: Jon Rosen 10/15/18, 1:06 pm EST

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Quick (lower-body) is “probably more like week-to-week.”

The Kings have announced that goaltender Jonathan Quick is probably closer to week-to-week than day-to-day, which means they will turn to Jack Campbell and Peter Budaj as their goaltending tandem for at least the next couple of weeks. Campbell had a strong showing in his first start and makes for a solid replacement while Quick is sidelined.

Source: Jon Rosen 10/9/18, 1:08 pm EST

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The Kings have placed Jonathan Quick (lower-body) on IR.

Quick has been ruled out for Sunday’s game vs. the Red Wings and his move to IR means that he will have to miss at least one week. Jack Campbell will step in as the Kings’ temporary No.1 netminder with Peter Budaj serving as his backup until Quick is set to return. There’s no word on how long the Kings expect their veteran netminder to be sidelined.

Source: Jon Rosen 10/8/18, 10:39 am EST

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Quick starts the Kings season opener vs. the Sharks.

Quick has been a rock-solid fantasy option over the last eight seasons. The Kings play a sound defensive game and limit the chances against, making Quick’s job relatively easy on most nights. The veteran netminder was 17-14-2 with a 2.29 GAA, .922 SV% and three shutouts in 33 starts on home-ice last season.

Source: Trevor McDonnell 10/5/18, 10:11 pm EST

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Quick is expected to start the Kings season opener on Friday.

Quick has been a rock-solid fantasy option over the last eight seasons. The Kings play a sound defensive game and limit the chances against, making Quick’s job relatively easy on most nights. The veteran netminder was 17-14-2 with a 2.29 GAA, .922 SV% and three shutouts in 33 starts on home-ice last season.

Source: Jon Rosen 10/5/18, 1:23 pm EST

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Quick will start Game 1 in Vegas.

Quick finished the 2018 season with a SV% above .920 for the first time since 2012 and helped the Kings post the league’s best GAA in the NHL this year. Unsurprisingly, Quick was a much better goalie on home-ice and could struggle in what figures to be a madhouse in Vegas in Game 1. He didn’t face the Golden Knights this season, so this will be his first look at the Pacific Division’s top team.

Source: Curtis Zupke 04/11/18, 8:11 am EST

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