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Jonathan Quick

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  • Kings' scoring troubles persist in 2-0 loss to Flyers

    Kings' scoring troubles persist in 2-0 loss to Flyers
    Goals by Wayne Simmonds and Claude Giroux gave the Philadelphia Flyers a 2-0 victory over the struggling Kings on Saturday at Staples Center. It was the eighth loss in the last nine games for the Kings, whose ability to score has all but disappeared....
  • Kings' offense is again a no-show

    Kings' offense is again a no-show
    The Kings held a pregame ceremony at center ice Saturday for defenseman Robyn Regehr, who was about to play his 1,000th career game. But there was little else for Regehr or his teammates to celebrate once the game against the Philadelphia Flyers began...
  • Russia's men's hockey team will feel the heat on home ice

    Russia's men's hockey team will feel the heat on home ice
    SOCHI, Russia — Alexander Ovechkin hasn't arrived yet but his imprint is all over the Winter Olympics. The Russian forward's smiling face — featuring a gap where one of his front teeth should be — is on menus distributed aboard Sochi-...
  • Canada stifles USA in Olympic men's hockey semifinal, 1-0

     Canada stifles USA in Olympic men's hockey semifinal, 1-0
    SOCHI, Russia — The team that bulldozed its way through the Sochi Olympic hockey tournament while averaging five goals a game exited the semifinals meekly, unable to score once. Team USA's speed was neutralized and its in-your-face attitude pushed...
  • Sochi Olympics: Canada defeats U.S., 1-0, in men's hockey semifinal

    Sochi Olympics: Canada defeats U.S., 1-0, in men's hockey semifinal
    SOCHI, Russia—Canada will have the opportunity to defend the gold medal it won four years ago at Vancouver, a chance it earned Friday with a thoroughly sound defensive effort that stifled a fast and prolific U.S. team in the Sochi Olympic hockey...
  • U.S.-Canada semifinal to turn Kings' Olympians into rivals

    U.S.-Canada semifinal to turn Kings' Olympians into rivals
    SOCHI, Russia -- Back home in Los Angeles, Drew Doughty, Jonathan Quick and Dustin Brown are the best of friends, a bond that was strengthened during the Kings' 2012 Stanley Cup run. Here in Sochi, their friendship will be temporarily suspended Friday...
  • Blues acquire Ryan Miller, Steve Ott from Sabres with eye on playoffs

    Blues acquire Ryan Miller, Steve Ott from Sabres with eye on playoffs
    BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Once the shock and emotions of leaving Buffalo and the Sabres began to wear off, goalie Ryan Miller began looking forward to the challenge he and Steve Ott will face in living up to the St. Louis Blues' expectations. Sabres no more,...
  • Kings' Drew Doughty calls it 'best time of the year'

    Kings' Drew Doughty calls it 'best time of the year'
    Three weeks ago, when the Kings were losing more often than any team in the NHL, they were telling anyone who would listen that they weren't as bad as they were playing. So now that they've won three in a row it seems fair to ask whether they are as...
  • Sochi Olympics men's hockey: When U.S. faces Canada, emotions rule

    Sochi Olympics men's hockey: When U.S. faces Canada, emotions rule
    SOCHI, Russia — When these are the rivalries — Canada facing the U.S. in one semifinal of the Olympic hockey tournament after Sweden plays Finland in the other — Xs and O's and detailed analysis have less to do with the outcome than...
  • Sochi: U.S. grit meets Russian skill in men's hockey

    Sochi: U.S. grit meets Russian skill in men's hockey
    SOCHI, Russia — The mystique that surrounded hockey players from the old Soviet Union and Russia vanished when they began to populate NHL locker rooms and win many of the league's most important trophies. The team ethic prevails whether the guy...
  • U.S. hockey team avoids Olympic letdown, lets loose on Slovenia

    U.S. hockey team avoids Olympic letdown, lets loose on Slovenia
    SOCHI, Russia — The U.S. hockey team scaled a mountain by defeating Russia in a shootout. Coach Dan Bylsma immediately was concerned his team might fall off a cliff emotionally the next day against a lesser foe, Olympic first-timer Slovenia. He...