Los Angeles Kings: Jonathan Quick’s Amazing Saves Against Coyotes

May 23, 2012 – 12:29 am by Ryan Phillips

The Los Angeles Kings pulled off an incredible feat on Tuesday night, eliminating the Phoenix Coyotes by winning yet another road game, 4-3 in overtime. The win gave the Kings a 4-1 series win and put them in the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time since 1993.

While Dustin Penner’s overtime goal won the game, Los Angeles wouldn’t have had a chance without goalie Jonathan Quick’s heroics. Quick was incredible on Tuesday night. I guess we should expect that at this point, since he has dominated for the entire season.

After the jump enjoy three videos of insane saves Quick made Tuesday night to help keep the Kings alive.

In this first video, Quick stacks his pads and absolutely robs Radim Vrbata with his toe as the winger tries to go high on him. The announcers initially thought it was just a miss by Vrbata, but Quick definitely got a piece of it with his skate.

In video No. 2 watch how Quick keeps his concentration as Mikkel Boedker jumps over him, and he robs Antoine Vermette.

And in this third one, Lauri Korpikoski has a great look at the net but rings a shot right off of Quick’s mask.

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