Jonathan Quick of the Los Angeles Kings was presented the William M. Jennings Trophy, presented "to the goalkeeper(s) having played a minimum of 25 games for the team with the fewest goals scored against it."
Quick saw the most action on a Kings team that allowed a League-low 174 goals during the regular season, three fewer than the Boston Bruins. He captured his first William M. Jennings Trophy as well as the first in Kings history, compiling a 27-17-4 record with a 2.07 goals-against average, .915 save percentage and six shutouts in 49 appearances. Quick surpassed Rogie Vachon as the winningest goaltender in Kings history when he recorded his 172nd career victory March 22. He also moved within one of Vachon’s franchise record for shutouts when he posted the 31st of his career on April 2. Together with Martin Jones (4) and Ben Scrivens (3), the Kings compiled a League-leading 13 shutouts, a franchise record and the second-most by any team in the past nine seasons (2011-12 Blues: 15).