Los Angeles Kings Jonathan Quick A Lock For The Jennings Trophy

Mar 31, 2014; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick (32) makes a save against the Minnesota Wild in the first period at Staples Center. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Fielding-USA TODAY Sports

On top of Anze Kopitar being a front runner for the Selke Trophy, Jonathan Quick is poised to win the Jennings Trophy.

The trophy is awarded to the goalie(s) that allow the fewest number of goals in the regular season, with a minimum of 25 games played. The strange part is that Quick has only played 47 regular season games. Scrivens played 19 before being traded to the Edmonton Oilers, and Martin Jones has played 18.

The Los Angeles Kings have allowed just 162 goals so far this season. On their heels are the Boston Bruins. Their tandem of Tuukka Rask and Chad Johnson have allowed 166 goals this year.

If Quick can maintain his poise in these final few regular season games he should be a lock for the Jennings Trophy.

A Jennings Trophy win would be a first for the LA Kings.

Colin Pineau

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