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Old Scouting Reports On Jon Quick

Would be interested to read what past scouting groups and magazines said about how we was as a prospect. Did anybody predict him to be as good as he is now?

He's my leading candidate for the Vezina far and away.

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Kings Top 20 prospects
Written by: David A. Rainer on 03/10/2006

10. (NR) Jonathan Quick, G, Grade: 7.0C
Acquired: 2nd round, No. 72 overall, 2005

Jonathan Quick emerges as the first goaltender on the list. Drafted in the second round of the 2005 NHL Entry Draft, Quick has been the backup goaltender for the University of Massachusetts this season but has still been given a large amount of ice time. In 16 games, Quick has yielded a goals-against average of 2.98. However, this does not tell the entire story as his .920 save percentage has been nothing short of phenomenal given the lack of support from the young defensemen surrounding him. The starting goaltender for UMass will graduate this offseason, leaving Quick the starting duties as a sophomore. Their defense is young and will only get better with experience. So too will Quick. Expect this seasonís 2.98 goals-against average to be the highest in his college career.

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Kings Top 20 prospects
Written by: David A. Rainer on 03/10/2006

10. (NR) Jonathan Quick, G, Grade: 7.0C
Acquired: 2nd round, No. 72 overall, 2005

Jonathan Quick emerges as the first goaltender on the list. Drafted in the second round of the 2005 NHL Entry Draft, Quick has been the backup goaltender for the University of Massachusetts this season but has still been given a large amount of ice time. In 16 games, Quick has yielded a goals-against average of 2.98. However, this does not tell the entire story as his .920 save percentage has been nothing short of phenomenal given the lack of support from the young defensemen surrounding him. The starting goaltender for UMass will graduate this offseason, leaving Quick the starting duties as a sophomore. Their defense is young and will only get better with experience. So too will Quick. Expect this seasonís 2.98 goals-against average to be the highest in his college career.
Not much of a report, more of just a rattling off his numbers and playing situation. But thanks anyways.

Funny that they also say he's a 2nd rounder, when he was actually a 3rd.

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Not much of a report, more of just a rattling off his numbers and playing situation. But thanks anyways.

Funny that they also say he's a 2nd rounder, when he was actually a 3rd.
If you look very close, it says 72nd pick. So right there it tells you that it's a 3rd round pick.

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His initial prospect rating on this site looks like it was a 5.5C which was upgraded to 7.0C in March 2006.

Here's a quote from August 2007, "Quick has the talent to develop into a star NHL goaltender. However, a solid starting goaltender is a more realistic projection."

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1. Anze Kopitar
2. Lauri Tukonen
3. Brian Boyle
4. Richard Petiot
5. Konstantin Pushkarev
6. Petr Kanko
7. Scott Parse
8. Noah Clarke
9. Greg Hogeboom
10. Jonathan Quick
11. TJ Fast
12. Matt Zaba
13. Paul Baier
14. Ned Lukacevic
15. Daniel Taylor
16. Barry Brust
17. Martin Guerin
18. Connor James
19. Ryan McGinnis
20. Yutaka Fukufuji


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I know...it really irks me when a free website can't predict the future with 100% accuracy.

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Ah man I wanted Yutaka Fukufuji to be a star.

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Not to mention the paid professionals who ranked Tyler Plante, Jeff Frazee, Pier-Olivier Pelletier and Kris Westblom ahead of him as well.

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I am in shock how low Barry Brust is on that list.

What happened to in Brust we Trust

Oh man, the dark days of goaltending hell we had.

Cant wait till we sign Quick to a long-term deal.

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Would be interested to read what past scouting groups and magazines said about how we was as a prospect. Did anybody predict him to be as good as he is now?

He's my leading candidate for the Vezina far and away.
Well. Hopefully Lundqvist wins it. He has truly earned it. Quick is number two.

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Well. Hopefully Lundqvist wins it. He has truly earned it. Quick is number two.
Even though Quick has been outstanding, I think Lundqvist deserves the Vezina.


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Even when he was playing really well in his first few seasons with the Kings, most people saw him as just a stopgap until Bernier was ready to take over. Clearly that has completely changed now, but he wasn't very hyped at all, he kind of came out of nowhere. It's a bit strange, because he has good size, awesome athleticism/reflexes, and has always seemed calm and composed in the net, so you'd think he would have been seen as a high upside goalie, but for some reason he wasn't.

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Even when he was playing really well in his first few seasons with the Kings, most people saw him as just a stopgap until Bernier was ready to take over. Clearly that has completely changed now, but he wasn't very hyped at all, he kind of came out of nowhere. It's a bit strange, because he has good size, awesome athleticism/reflexes, and has always seemed calm and composed in the net, so you'd think he would have been seen as a high upside goalie, but for some reason he wasn't.
Not all great goalies.enter the league hyped.

Hell, Pekke Rinne was a nobody until he was 25. Now he is on everyone's top 5 goalie list.

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I saw him destined for the NHL when he was at UMass. He was heads and shoulders the best goalie in Hockey East. Didn't know he'd be THIS good, though.

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Ah man I wanted Yutaka Fukufuji to be a star.
What ever happened to him?

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What ever happened to him?
Had his brief stint and he just wasn't good enough. His glove hand was weak and would be beat too often. Was an ECHL goalie that ended up in the NHL because the Kings couldn't draft a goalie to save their life at that time(and injures).

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Not all great goalies.enter the league hyped.

Hell, Pekke Rinne was a nobody until he was 25. Now he is on everyone's top 5 goalie list.
Without a doubt, goalies are extremely unpredictable development-wise. Still, it is surprising that Quick didn't get a little more hype, especially after his excellent rookie season in 08/09. Has all of the tools you could want in a goalie, was excellent in the NCAA, and had a really good rookie season in the NHL, but even then most people saw him as nothing but a stop-gap until Bernier was ready for the show. It takes awhile to change draft day perceptions.

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6. Petr Kanko
7. Scott Parse
8. Noah Clarke
9. Greg Hogeboom
10. Jonathan Quick
11. TJ Fast
12. Matt Zaba
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14. Ned Lukacevic
15. Daniel Taylor
16. Barry Brust
17. Martin Guerin
18. Connor James
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So many goalies..

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I see so many flops. Three NHL regulars (four if you count Parse which I don't). Much of the rest barely even managed to get a cup of coffee.

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R3/72 Jonathan Quick, G

Scouting Report: The 19-year-old netminder has committed to attend the University of Massachusetts in 2005-06; garnered 13 shutouts over the last two years with Avon Old Farms; displays quickness and confidence between the pipes but needs to start facing stiffer competition; possesses No. 1 goalie potential but will need a lot of development time; teams will have to show patience with him.

Impact: The Kings were thought to be interested in adding a goalkeeper in the first round, but could not pass up the opportunity to select Anze Kopitar 11th overall. Therefore, the selection of Quick in the third round makes a lot of sense. He'll spend a few years at UMass before embarking on a pro career.

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Had his brief stint and he just wasn't good enough. His glove hand was weak and would be beat too often. Was an ECHL goalie that ended up in the NHL because the Kings couldn't draft a goalie to save their life at that time(and injures).
Fukufuji had a nice brief run in Manchester, and had a cult following when he was here. He was a fan favorite.
Anyway, I saw a lot of Quick in hockeyeast and here in Manchester. It didnt take along to realize how good he was going to be.

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Quick reminds me of Miller. Goalers who posted good stats throughout their junior careers, had no hype and came out of nowhere.

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1. Anze Kopitar
2. Lauri Tukonen
3. Brian Boyle
4. Richard Petiot
5. Konstantin Pushkarev
6. Petr Kanko
7. Scott Parse
8. Noah Clarke
9. Greg Hogeboom
10. Jonathan Quick
11. TJ Fast
12. Matt Zaba
13. Paul Baier
14. Ned Lukacevic
15. Daniel Taylor
16. Barry Brust
17. Martin Guerin
18. Connor James
19. Ryan McGinnis
20. Yutaka Fukufuji


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Ouch. That lists hurts to look at.

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