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Video: Quick talks about his role model, playing style

Jun 2, 2012, 9:59 PM EDT

Jonathan Quick has been a huge part of the Los Angeles Kings’ postseason run. Recently he sat down to talk about the speed at which he plays the game, his role model, and what it’s like matching up against Martin Brodeur.

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The Stanley Cup finals is far from over, but Quick already looks like a top contender for the Conn Smythe Trophy. If he pulls that off, he’ll have managed to accomplish something that has alluded Brodeur throughout his illustrious career. Brodeur has won the Stanley Cup three times and the Vezina Trophy four times, but he’s never been named the MVP of the playoffs.

  1. itsallniceonice - Jun 3, 2012 at 12:27 AM

    Video needs more UMass highlights. Quick would get absolutely shelled every night and brought that group to the university’s first NCAA tournament appearance. Don “Toot” Calhoun owes his continued employment at UMass to Quick, he is a crap coach but good recruiter.

  2. blomfeld - Jun 3, 2012 at 3:18 PM

    “Jonathan Quick has been a huge part of the Los Angeles Kings’ postseason run” …

    That Mister Dadoun may be the “understatement” of the year ! 😉

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