Jaromir Jagr

What we learned in the NHL this past week

What we learned in the NHL this past week

What we learned from the past week of play in the NHL:

Goaltending is a hazardous occupation

Injuries or illnesses have left several teams scrambling to find netminders. Kings starter Jonathan Quick (groin) is expected to be idled for three months, and backup Jeff Zatkoff was placed on injured reserve after injuring his groin on Saturday. The Arizona Coyotes initially thought goaltender Mike Smith would be out long-term because of a lower-body injury but now say he’s week to week, and Pittsburgh’s Matt Murray is still recovering from the broken hand he suffered during the World Cup. The Boston Bruins ran out of goalies Monday when Anton Khudobin...

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