Jonathan Quick starting in net for Kings' season opener
Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick is starting in goal for Thursday's season opener against the Philadelphia Flyers.
Quick returns as the starting goaltender for the Kings, after playing in just 17 games last season, due to a groin injury suffered on opening night. He posted a 2.26 goals against average and a .917 save percentage in 2016.
Our model projects Quick as a middle of the pack goalie option, with 2.05 goals against, 25.60 saves and a 58% chance to win, for a total of 18.3 FanDuel points at a cost of $8,600.
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