Quick Breaks the 3.00 GAA and .900 SV% Barriers

As of tonight, he’s at 2.88 GAA and and even .900 SV%. I guess that’s not quite “breaking” that second one, but so what. It’s good.

via Jonathan Quick, Kings – Stats – Los Angeles Kings – Team.


  2 comments for “Quick Breaks the 3.00 GAA and .900 SV% Barriers

  1. TomHughes
    October 19, 2009 at 11:31 PM

    I feel we need a bit more of a 2nd line center: what do you think? Does this play into a possible deal with Frolov? Or is Frolov tradeable for another LW? I love Frolov, he’s soo strong on the puck with a great shot, but I feel the trade is inevitable; what do you think we might get? Is part of the problem Frolov playing most of his minutes on the 3rd line? If he was getting passes from Kopitar, would his numbers be much better? Personally, I think Kopitar/Smyth is the best combination the Kings have going for them, and would be hesitant to break that up.

  2. quisp
    October 19, 2009 at 11:48 PM

    I don’t think ##s are the issue with Frolov. It’s attitude and willingness to “buy in.” Intangibles. I totally and completely agree that we need a #2 center that’s not Stoll. Also agree, I wouldn’t break up the first line. I have said it a million times, but I would not be at all surprised or upset to see a Marleau for Frolov deal. Given the situation with both teams, I wouldn’t rule out Kaberle either. That would keep DL from having to think about bringing Hickey up for a year or two. Wait, when is Kaberle’s contract up? [looking it up] After 10/11 season. So that’s possible. I’m too tired to know whether I would like that. I think I would. Maybe. Don’t know. There are a lot of possibilities out there, and I’m sure we’ll hear about a zillion of them before too long, the rumor mill being what it is.

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