L.A. Kings' Jonathan Quick and His Record Setting Run to the Conn Smythe and Cup

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L.A. Kings' Jonathan Quick and His Record Setting Run to the Conn Smythe and Cup
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On Monday night it came as no surprise when Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as the most valuable player of the 2012 NHL playoffs.

Sure, some commentators would tell you that Dustin Brown or Anze Kopitar or even perhaps Martin Brodeur warranted some consideration, but that's their job to tell you those things.

Don't think for a minute that anyone really believed that the Smythe was going to anyone other than Quick.

Quick didn't just dominate during the Kings' run to the 2012 Stanley Cup, he set records and not the sort of obscure records that get trotted out to make a player look better than he really is, but real tangible records.

With that in mind, let's take a look at the records that Quick set before he lifted the Conn Smythe and Stanley Cup trophies in front of an appreciative Staples Center crowd.

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