Kings’ Goaltending Situation Quickly Changing

So much for the Los Angeles Kings depends on a healthy, happy Jonathan Quick. If his health issues are not a thing of the past, the Kings appear equipped to handle the fallout. With Matt Millar joining Bill Ranford as the organization’s goaltending gurus who have a history of making goalies better, and with Jack […]

LA Kings News: Quick Gets 300 Wins

On Jan. 5, 2019, Jonathan Quick set a Los Angeles Kings record by recording his 300th win as the Kings shut out the Edmonton Oilers 4-0. Quick stopped everything the Oilers threw at him, but that wasn’t much. Throughout the game, the Oilers only had 16 shots on net. The Kings are struggling this season, […]

NHL Rumors: Quick, Marner, Oilers, Devils, More

In today’s NHL rumors (the Christmas Eve Edition), there are updates on the Flyers search for a goaltender, which apparently includes Jonathan Quick. Meanwhile, the Maple Leafs are chatting with Mitch Marner’s agent and the Oilers realize they have depth issues that might be addressing. Will Ray Shero deviate from his plan to help the […]

NHL Rumors: Bobrovsky, Ho-Sang, Lundqvist, More

In today’s rumor rundown, one NHL insider suggests a couple of landing options for netminder Sergei Bobrovsky, Josh Ho-Sang thinks he’s being buried in the Islanders’ system and Henrik Lundqvist has no interest in leaving the Rangers. Meanwhile, the Kings won’t head outside the organization despite their goaltending troubles and the Hurricanes might be close […]

Quick Injury Masks Kings’ Bigger Issue

A collective sense of despair fell harshly upon Southern California on Saturday afternoon, as superstar goalie Jonathan Quick sustained a lower body injury in practice. Quick will be sidelined indefinitely, with no set timetable for his return. The 12-year veteran is coming off a stellar 2017-18 season in which he posted a 33-28-3 record and […]

From NCAA to the Los Angeles Kings

More than 300 former collegiate hockey players played in an NHL regular-season game this past season. Former NCAA student-athletes now account for more than 30 percent of players on NHL rosters. The Kings have been active through the years signing college free agents and drafting college hockey alumni. This past March in particular, Los Angeles […]