Frozen Royalty Audio: Jonathan Quick Ready To Go; Justin Williams Feeling Good

EL SEGUNDO, CA — The Los Angeles Kings were back at it on Saturday afternoon, skating in a full practice after returning home from a two-game road trip in which they earned three out of a possible four points.

Frozen Royalty was there to talk to Justin Williams about his first game back after recovering from a broken right leg, to new father Jonathan Quick about his rather eventful last couple of days, to Fredrik Modin about how he has fit so well with the Kings, and to Jonathan Bernier, who came up in a hurry to fill in for Quick and put in a very strong effort at Dallas on March 12.

I will be writing a feature story on Bernier, so you will all have to wait for the audio of that interview, but here are the interviews with everyone else mentioned here, along with head coach Terry Murray.

Audio Interviews (raw, unedited)

Fredrik Modin (3:05)

Justin Williams (3:19)

Jonathan Quick (4:59)

Terry Murray (7:52)

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