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Frozen Royalty Video – LA Kings Goalie Jonathan Quick: “You’re Looking For The Pain, Trying To Find It”

The Los Angeles Kings are hoping goaltender Jonathan Quick will be back in goal for them, making saves like the one shown above during an early-November 2013 practice, soon.
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Photo: David Sheehan/FrozenRoyalty.net

EL SEGUNDO, CA — It was an optional skate day for the Los Angeles Kings on December 22, and most remained off the ice until the team holiday party began, with their families skating as part of the festivities.

A handful of players practiced, including forwards Daniel Carcillo, Matt Frattin, defenseman Willie Mitchell, and goaltenders Martin Jones (for about 15 minutes), and Ben Scrivens. But all eyes were on goaltender Jonathan Quick, who continues his rehabilitation work while recovering from a grade 2 groin strain (partial tear).

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Frozen Royalty’s Gann Matsuda Appears on Montreal Hockey Talk

Prior to the Los Angeles Kings’ decisive 6-0 victory over the Montreal Canadiens at the Bell Centre in Montreal on December 10, I appeared on Montreal Hockey Talk’s pre-game show to talk about the Kings and the upcoming tilt with the Habs.

Thank you to Rob Elbaz (@RobElbaz on Twitter), Steven Hindle (@StevenHindle) and Kosta Papoulias (@HabsCoachK) for inviting me to be a guest on their show.

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LA Kings Goalie Coach Bill Ranford Provides Specifics On Ben Scrivens’ Recent Play

LA Kings goaltender Ben Scrivens,
shown here during a recent practice.
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Photo: David Sheehan/FrozenRoyalty.net

EL SEGUNDO, CA — Since the Los Angeles Kings lost superstar goaltender Jonathan Quick to a grade two groin strain (a partial tear) at Buffalo on November 12, they have not missed a beat, earning an 8-1-4 record since that game.

The Kings have gotten outstanding goaltending from backup goalie Ben Scrivens, and now, from Martin Jones, who was recalled from the Manchester Monarchs of the American Hockey League on November 13. But improved team play, especially in the defensive zone, has played as much of a role in their success since Quick went down as anything else, including the play of their netminders.

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Losing Scrambly Play Has Helped Ben Scrivens Shine In Goal For LA Kings

Los Angeles Kings goaltender Ben Scrivens.
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Photo: David Sheehan/FrozenRoyalty.net

EL SEGUNDO, CA — When Los Angeles Kings superstar goaltender Jonathan Quick went down with what appeared to be a groin injury at Buffalo on November 12, and again, a couple of days later when it was learned he had suffered a grade two groin strain, and would be out at least four to six weeks, grave concerns arose regarding how the team would fare without him.

But backup netminder Ben Scrivens shocked just about everyone by beating each of the three teams in the New York metropolitan area, the New York Islanders, the New Jersey Devils, and the New York Rangers.

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