Jonathan Quick’s Unfortunate Luck

Coming off of his worst season as a starting goal-tender for the Los Angeles Kings with a meager .902 save percentage, Jonathan Quick looks ahead to the 2013-2014 season to redeem himself as one of the NHL’s elite net-minders. With 2 games currently under his belt and a .893 save percentage, Quick looked to make a lasting impression tonight against Henrik Lundqvist and the New York Rangers. With the Rangers already up 2-1 in tonight’s East vs. West battle, the Rangers were called for a penalty in the beginning of the 3rd period, which would put the Kings on the power-play in the Rangers zone. Unfortunately for Quick, as the Rangers cleared the puck out of their own zone, Quick came out of net to play the puck, and this unfortunate event took place….Really unfortunate. But in Jonathan Quick fashion, he held his head high and got back into the game and made some outstanding saves. Rangers went on to win the game 3-1.

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