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Quick is slow to talk MVP

Brodeur, nonetheless, makes sure Kings’ goaltender gets his due
“I congratulated him,” Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur said of his Conn Smythe-winning counterpart, Kings goalie Jonathan Quick. “I said he deserved the honor of winning the Stanley Cup and being the goalie to win the Stanley Cup.”
With a 1.41 goals-against average and a .946 save percentage in the postseason, Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick set NHL records for goalies who played at least 15 postseason games.
Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick hoisted the Stanley Cup as the series MVP. “I think it’s all about competing,” Quick said. “You have to compete, always. That’s something this organization preaches, and it makes us all feel so good to be on top now.”

Quick is slow to talk MVP

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“I congratulated him,” Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur said of his Conn Smythe-winning counterpart, Kings goalie Jonathan Quick. “I said he deserved the honor of winning the Stanley Cup and being the goalie to win the Stanley Cup.”
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With a 1.41 goals-against average and a .946 save percentage in the postseason, Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick set NHL records for goalies who played at least 15 postseason games.
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Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick hoisted the Stanley Cup as the series MVP. “I think it’s all about competing,” Quick said. “You have to compete, always. That’s something this organization preaches, and it makes us all feel so good to be on top now.”
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