Jonathan Quick Net Worth is $35 million dollars and earns an annual Income of $7 million dollars. Jonathan Quick is an American professional ice hockey goaltender for the Los Angeles Kings of the National Hockey League(NHL). The Net Worth of Jonathan Quick has seen a hike of 64% over the past few years. Jonathan Quick recently bought a brand new Aston Martin DBS Superleggera luxury car for $312,000 USD. While calculating Jonathan Quick Net Worth we have included the data updated as of this Quarter. Check out the Exclusive information on Jonathan Quick Net Worth details such as Yearly Income, House, Car Collection, Investments etc. Also read Net Worth details of Victor Hedman and Jack Eichel.
Jonathan Quick Net Worth and Income Details
|Jonathan Quick Net Worth||$35 Million USD|
|Annual Income||$7 Million USD|
|Luxury Cars – 7||$1 Million USD|
|Houses – 3||$12 Million USD|
Jonathan Quick Cars
The Car collection of Jonathan Quick is quite Large. Jonathan Quick owns few of the best luxury cars in the world. The Car brands owned by Jonathan Quick include Mercedes AMG E63 S Wagon, Land Rover Range Rover Supercharged, Maserati Quattroporte and Aston Martin DBS Superleggera.
Jonathan Quick Biography
Jonathan Quick played travel youth hockey with the Mid Fairfield youth hockey association out of Darien Ice Rink. Jonathan Quick carried his team to win a national championship and he was single time during his midget major year.
Jonathan Quick team also featured forwards Sean Backman, John Mori and Augie DiMarzo,Joey Sides, Joe DeBello, Chris Davis, Cam Atkinson who all went on to play professional hockey.
Jonathan Quick played at Hamden High School in Hamden, Connecticut, before transferring to Avon Old Farms, where he was named to the 2002 New Haven Register All-Area Ice Hockey Team.
Jonathan Quick’s number 32 Kings jersey is proudly displayed in the Lou Astorino Ice Arena of Hamden. Jonathan Quick led Avon Old Farms to two-straight New England Prep Championships in his junior and senior seasons. Jonathan Quick had nine shutouts during his senior year.
Jonathan Quick played collegiate hockey for the University of Massachusetts Amherst out of Hockey East (HE). As a freshman, he earned his first victory by a score of 4–2 in October, 2005, in his first start against Clarkson University.
Jonathan Quick also appeared in one playoff game as a freshman, which the Minutemen lost 4–1 to Boston University. Quick scored his first goal January, 2007, against Merrimack College.
In the 4–2 win, the unassisted goal came during a delayed penalty into an empty net at 9:31 of the second period; it was game-winning goal. While playing for the Minutemen, he led the team to their first-ever NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Championship appearance.
In his first NCAA Tournament game, Jonathan Quick shut-out Clarkson University, stopping all 33 shots he faced, in a 1–0 overtime victory. Jonathan Quick appeared in five playoff games and posted a .944 save percentage.
Jonathan Quick began the 2008–09 season with the Los Angeles Kings’ American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate, the Manchester Monarchs, sharing time with Jonathan Bernier. Jonathan Quick was called up to the Kings on December 16 after goaltender Erik Ersberg suffered a groin injury.
Jonathan Quick played his first NHL game in December, 2007, against the Buffalo Sabres in an 8–2 win. Jonathan Quick earned his first career NHL shutout in December, 2008, defeating the Columbus Blue Jackets in Columbus.
Jonathan Quick also received the NHL’s Third Star of the Week honor for the week ending December 28. In three games, Jonathan Quick posted a 2–1–0 record, with both victories coming via shutout, posting a 0.67 goals against average (GAA) and a .958 save percentage.
In February, 2009, he was awarded the First Star of the Week by the NHL after stopping 95 of 100 shots in a three-game road win streak, which launched the Kings back into the 2009 playoff picture.
Jonathan Quick finished the season with a 21–18–2 record, with a 2.48 GAA and .914 save percentage. Jonathan Quick earned his first career NHL Stanley Cup playoff shutout in April, 2011, against the San Jose Sharks, stopping all 34 shots for a 4–0 shutout win.
In January, 2010, Jonathan Quick was named to Team USA for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver as the team’s third goaltender. Jonathan Quick received a silver medal after the U.S. lost to Canada 3–2 in the gold medal game.
After his selection to Team USA for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Head Coach Dan Bylsma named Jonathan Quick the team’s starting goaltender over teammates Ryan Miller and Jimmy Howard.
Jonathan Quick would go on to start five out of the U.S.’ six games (Miller would start the other). However, the U.S. did not medal, as Quick finished the tournament with a 3–2 record, a 2.17 GAA and a .923 save percentage.
Jonathan Quick Net Worth Growth Estimate
The Net Worth and Income of Jonathan Quick is expected to continue to grow at a Strong pace. Over the next few years, Jonathan Quick’s Net worth is likely to grow by around 79%.