Jonathan Quick following Kings rare day game win

Jonathan Quick after the Kings 4-1 win over the Edmonton Oilers…

– On the overall game: “It worked out well. We won so that’s all you’re trying to do every time you go out there.”

– On the Kings defense: “They did a great job today. I thought we did a good job of not giving up many rebounds and I was able to do that because I was able to see the puck a lot of times, so they played great in front of me.”

– On how he sees the team playing right now: “You’re only as good as your next game and it doesn’t matter how everything is going. We got a big one tomorrow down in Anaheim, so we’re going to get ready for that and try to get two points out of that.”

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Comments

  1. Interesting the difference between him and Bernier whenever they win games. Quick is very reserved, even after a big win and always shrugs it off like it’s no big deal. Bernier is a bit more open and a bit more willing to share some thoughts on the game.

    Just something I’ve noticed lately since Bernier has been in the media more.