- Horoscope: Aquarius
- Net worth: $5 000 000
- Ethnicity: white
- Nationality: American
- Fathers name: Doug Quick
- Mothers name: Lisa Quick
- Education: Hamden High School; Avon Old Farms School; University of Massachusetts Amherst
- Weight: 99.0
- Hair color: Dark brown
- Eye color: Dark brown
Jonathan Quick: biography
Jonathan Quick is an American professional ice hockey goaltender who currently plays for the Columbus Blue Jackets of the National Hockey League (NHL).
Childhood and youth
Jonathan Quick was born on January 21, 1986, in Milford, Connecticut, USA. He began playing hockey at a young age. He attended Hamden High School where he played for the school's hockey team, and later played for the Avon Old Farms prep school in Connecticut. Quick also played for the Connecticut Wolf Pack youth hockey organization, where he developed his goaltending skills. He then went on to play college hockey at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where he was the starting goaltender for three seasons before leaving early to turn pro. Quick's strong play during his youth and college career helped him to be drafted by the Los Angeles Kings in the third round of the 2005 NHL Entry Draft.
Ice hockey career
Quick began his professional career with the Manchester Monarchs, the AHL affiliate of the Los Angeles Kings. He played with the Monarchs for several seasons before being called up to the Kings in 2007. Quick became the starting goaltender for the Kings during the 2008-2009 season and has since become one of the best goaltenders in the league.
Quick has played his entire NHL career with the Kings and has helped lead the team to two Stanley Cup championships in 2012 and 2014. In 2012, he was named the Conn Smythe Trophy winner as the most valuable player of the playoffs. Quick's strong play in the playoffs was a major factor in the Kings' success during those championshi
Throughout his career, Quick has been known for his aggressive style of play and his ability to make acrobatic saves. He has been named to the NHL All-Star Game three times and has won several other awards, including the William M. Jennings Trophy for the fewest goals against in the regular season (shared with his teammate Jonathan Bernier) in 2014.
Despite his success, Quick has also faced his fair share of injuries throughout his career. He missed significant time during the 2016-2017 season due to a groin injury and has had other injuries throughout his career.
Off the ice, Quick is known for his involvement in charitable causes. He established the Jonathan Quick Foundation in 2011 to support military families and youth hockey programs. He has also been involved in various other community service projects in Los Angeles and Connecticut.
Overall, Quick has had a successful and impactful career in the NHL. He is widely regarded as one of the best goaltenders of his generation and has helped lead the Kings to some of their most successful seasons in franchise history.
Jonathan Quick is married and has two children. He married his high school sweetheart, Jaclyn Bacik, in 2009. The couple met while attending Hamden High School in Connecticut. Quick is known for his philanthropic work and has been involved in various charitable causes throughout his career, including supporting military families and youth hockey programs through the Jonathan Quick Foundation. Quick is also an avid golfer and enjoys playing the sport in his free time.
Honors and awards
- USA Hockey College Player of the Year (2007)
- NCAA East Second All-American Team (2007)
- Hockey East First All-Star Team (2007)
- Two-time Stanley Cup champion (2012, 2014)
- Conn Smythe Trophy winner (2012)
- NHL All-Star (2012, 2017, 2018)
- NHL Second All-Star Team (2012)
- NHL First All-Star Team (2012)
- NHL record for most playoff shutouts in one season (three, 2012)
- William M. Jennings Trophy winner (2014, shared with Jonathan Bernier)
These are just a few of the many awards and honors that Quick has received throughout his career. His success on the ice has established him as one of the best goaltenders in the NHL.