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Shutout, milestone all in night's work for Kings' Quick

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Jonathan Quick knows how to celebrate a milestone.

The Los Angeles Kings' goaltender, playing in his 500th NHL game, made 40 saves in a 4-0 victory against the Montreal Canadiens at Bell Centre on Thursday.

Quick became the first goalie in Kings history and seventh United States-born goalie to play in at least 500 games. 
His 46 shutouts are the most by a U.S. goalie (Frank Brimsek and John Vanbiesbrouck are second with 40) in NHL history. Since his first full season in 2008-09, Quick has the most shutouts in the League, one more than Henrik Lundqvist of the New York Rangers and two more than Pekka Rinne of the Nashville Predators.

The win gave the Kings an 8-1-1 record (17 points), matching their best start sijnce entering the NHL in 1967. They were 8-1 with one tie in 1980-81.

 

White-hot Lightning

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Cool to the Max

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