Quick to get new multi-year deal.

The Los Angeles Kings today announced they’ve reached an agreement in principle with goaltender Jonathan Quick on a ten-year contract extension, which will be formally signed on July 1, and will be effective July 1, 2013.

SPECTOR’S NOTE: It’s believed Quick’s new deal will be worth $50 million, or $5 million $58 million, or $5.8 million per season average annual cap hit, meaning this deal is heavily front-loaded, and a significant raise over the $1.8 million per season on his current deal. Quick won the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP during the Kings championship run, and was a finalist for the 2012 Vezina Trophy.

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2 Responses to Quick to re-sign new deal with Kings.

  1. Bickleton Wigglesworth III says:

    it’s risky to sign a player, especially a goaltender, to these long contracts (hello, dipietro!) but quick seems to be a quality guy that would play the same no matter how much he was playing or how long the contract. i hope that’s the case. $5mil could be a steal if he keeps putting up vezina (and conn smythe) style numbers.

  2. Innovator says:

    with the inflation of salaries if this kid even drops off slightly it should be a good deal.

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