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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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).

Quick spoke to the media after practice, and he discussed his condition, and the progress he’s making. You can watch the video of that interview, featuring LA Kings Insider Jon Rosen, and yours truly asking the questions, below.

In case you missed it, also included below is a video interview with Dustin Brown, who spoke on December 20 about his knee-on-knee collision with San Jose Sharks forward Tomas Hertl.

Video Interviews via FrozenRoyaltyNHL on YouTube

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