AXS Sports is in the process of featuring the top seven Los Angeles Kings at each position. In the final part of the six-part series, it is time to feature the best seven Kings goaltenders in franchise history. Number one on the list is current Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick.
7) Stephane Fiset-- Acquired by the Kings in a trade with the Colorado Avalanche on June 20, 1996, Fiset played five seasons with the Kings from 1996-2001. In 200 regular season games, Fiset had a record of 80-85-22. He had 10 shutouts, a goals against average of 2.82 and a save percentage of .907.
6) Jamie Storr--Selected by the Kings in the first round, seventh overall in the 1994 NHL Entry Draft, Storr played nine seasons with the Kings from 1994-2003. In 205 regular season games, he had a record of 85-78-21, 16 shutouts, a goals against average of 2.53 and a save percentage of .910. He also has the distinction of being one of two hockey goaltenders in history to be named to the NHL all-rookie team twice in his career (1997-98, and again in 1998-99). The other is Jake Allen of the St. Louis Blues (2012-13 and 2014-15). Storr is also third all-time in shutouts with the Kings.
5) Mario Lessard--Selected by the Kings in the ninth round, 154th overall in the 1974 NHL Amateur Draft, Lessard played six seasons with the Kings from 1978-1984. In 240 regular season games, Lessard had a record of 92-97-39, nine shutouts, a goals against average of 3.75 and a save percentage of .874. Lessard's best season came in 1980-81, when he led the NHL with 35 wins. That season he was also on the NHL's second all-star team and represented the Kings at the NHL All-Star Game. Lessard also won six playoff games for the Kings from 1980-1982.
4) Kelly Hrudey--Acquired by the Kings in a trade with the New York Islanders on Feb. 22, 1989, Hrudey spent eight seasons with the Kings from 1989-1996. In 360 regular season games, he had a record of 145-135-55, 10 shutouts, a goals against average of 3.47 and a save percentage of .896. Hrudey is third all-time in regular season wins with the Kings. In the playoffs, Hrudey won 26 postseason games with the Kings including 10 playoff wins in 2003 as the Kings reached the Stanley Cup Final for the first time in franchise history.
3) Felix Potvin--Acquired by the Kings from the Vancouver Canucks for future considerations on Feb. 15, 2001, Potvin played three seasons with the Kings from 2000-2003. In 136 regular season games, he had a record of 61-52-16, 14 shutouts, a goals against average of 2.35, and a save percentage of .905. Potvin's 2.35 goals against average is second all-time among Kings goaltenders who have played 100 games. In the postseason, Potvin won 10 playoff games for the Kings from 2001 to 2002, including three shutouts.
2) Rogie Vachon--Acquired by the Los Angeles Kings from the Montreal Canadiens for four players on Nov. 4, 1971, Vachon played seven seasons for the Kings from 1971-1978. In 389 regular season games, he had a record of 171-148-66, 32 shutouts, with a 2.86 goals against average and a .901 save percentage. In 1974-75, Vachon led the NHL with a .927 save percentage. A winner of nine playoff games for the Kings, Vachon represented the Kings at three NHL All-Star Games. He is second all-time in Kings wins and shutouts. A member of the NHL's second all-star team in 1975 and 1977, Vachon was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2016.
1) Jonathan Quick--Selected by the Los Angeles Kings in the third round, 72nd overall, in the 2005 NHL Entry Draft, Quick has played 11 seasons with the Kings since 2007-08. In 556 regular season games, he has a record of 293-195-56, 49 shutouts, a goals against average of 2.28 and a save percentage of .916. Quick holds the Kings records for career wins (293), career shutouts (49), and single-season shutouts (10). A two-time William M. Jennings Trophy winner, Quick also won the 2012 Conn Smythe Trophy. A two-time Stanley Cup champion, Quick has represented the Kings at two NHL All-Star Games.